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    Re: still too wet

    ^^ People around here actually complained about the three days of rain..........

    They forget it's been 3 weeks.
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    Re: New from SE Arizona

    Toasty Arizonia. Welcome, I have family in Phoenix. Was 80 when I spoke with them the other day. It was -12 here, never mind the wind.
  3. Re: no message, just a hello to all, im a noob

    Welcome. Vegas........yet another place that probably warm right now. Burrrrrrr
  4. Thread: New member

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    Re: New member

    Welcome, California...........ah, it's got to be nice and toasty warm there!
  5. Thread: Sad News

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    Sticky: Re: Sad News

    I always enjoyed his posts. Sad to hear.
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    Re: Your last generator Maintenance Run

    Wow on the YouTube video build. Super nice generator enclosure, very impressive. Looks completely unnecessary but nice. If he was worried about noise he could have just bought the honda EU....
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    Re: pic of new tractor

    Sweet! Looks like you bought it all.
  8. Re: Just signed the papers on a new JD 4105 with 300CX FEL

    Congrats. Sorry about the hood.

    I have had a 4105 for about two years now. Very happy.
  9. Thread: Snow & Ice

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    Re: Snow & Ice

    I just don't get it. I have always lived in the Northeast and never think twice about driving in heavy snow. Never an issue. BUT, I went down to Wilmington NC a couple years back to visit family. It...
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    Re: LED light install... BUT look mom, no holes!

    Thanks CHDinCT. I will order the exact same thing. Once we figure out the adhesive thing. I don't see the foil packs of adhesive listed?
  11. Thread: Dead Goats

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    Re: Dead Goats

    We never trained the black mouth cur as a livestock dog. They just are. As long as it is over 30 degrees or so she prefers to stay outside well into the night. Most time we have to make her come in....
  12. Thread: Dead Goats

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    Re: Dead Goats

    Being in GA look into Black Mouth Cur dogs. I have one. There are a bunch of breeders in GA. My 80 pound female has done battle with two different adult bears, plenty of coyote, a few fishers and one...
  13. Thread: Dead Goats

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    Re: Dead Goats

    That sucks.

    There are wild Pit Bulls down in Ga?
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    Re: LED light install... BUT look mom, no holes!

    This MAY have just solved my LED light install quandary. Let me give it some though. Thanks for the post.
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    Re: Covering 3 pt implements ?

    Mine stay outside up off ground. I cover them with Fluid Film and it seems to be working. I bought a used FEL plow and the guy kept everything on blocks and under tarps like you. All his stuff...
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    Re: Any ideas on how to fix?.

    Thanks. If there aren't any other suggestions I will give it the sledgehammer route. I will be sure to report back. I am sure I am not the only one who has had this happen. There isn't much room for...
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    Re: Any ideas on how to fix?.

    Yeah, welded on. I just checked. I'm also thinking because the way the plow is balanced (heavy forward weight) it doesn't attach as "forgiving" as the bucket or forks do.

    RoMad, you don't need a...
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    Any ideas on how to fix?.

    I purchased a used Curtiss snow plow with the JDQA. It was used for a year on a JD 3320. Very similar to my 4105. When I went to Put it on the bottom pins on the JDQA don't quite fit in the holes...
  19. Re: Hunting Boots - rubber bottoms suggestions..

    I shouldn't talk, just got in from stand and it 58 here. Still had my mid weight winter boot on !
  20. Re: Hunting Boots - rubber bottoms suggestions..

    It gets that cold in Virginia?
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    Re: Hello from France

    France, cool
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    Re: MOOSE & COMPANY

    Hello
  23. Re: what is the best sized blade for heavy snow?

    From my research you want to cover your tracks when plow is angled. They say tracks plus about 12" will do it. Most threads say If you go much bigger tractor tends to get pushed around a bit. I guess...
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    Re: New John Deere 2520 owner

    Good fine, have fun!
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    Re: Photo of my 5065e

    Sweet. Good luck with food plots!
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    Re: The Size of Coyotes

    That's about the size I get on my trail cams in northern ct. On a rainy day the same will look small and thin. I have an 80 pound blackmouth curr for a dog and she is twice their size.
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    Re: blowing/plowing on an incline

    I may give the rubber chains a shot for the price. Moship - what type of tire do you have? I have r4's on mine. So far traction has been fine but more is always better.
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    Re: Best implement for snow removal

    I wouldn't even know how to go about doing that. That would be like a foot higher then most blades. How did you do it, just curious?
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    Re: Best implement for snow removal

    I'm sure it was operator error but I couldn't even begin to move the 36" storm we had last year. Plow trucks were stuck everywhere. Used the FEL bucket to clear the driveway then touched up with...
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    Re: RDrancher's Photo Thread

    Always enjoyable when this thread gets updated!!
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    Re: blowing/plowing on an incline

    Moship - how long do you estimate it takes you to put the rubber chains on?
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    Re: Best implement for snow removal

    I just went through the same thing. I wanted ONE thing for snow removal and I decide on the FEL mounted plow. I got it used on craigslist with the hydraulics and lines to run it 6 way. For me I have...
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    Re: price check for 4520 hst w backhoe

    More info.....:confused3:
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    Re: Another tire loading question!

    I purchased a JD 4105 with a backhoe last year. Before buying I had a long thread on what to get and what to get with it. Numerous people chimed in about NOT filling the rear tires if you have a...
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    Re: Winter is coming

    I have just left the backhoe on for weight (and easier storage).

    I purchased a used Curtis 6'6" plow with hydraulic angle with the JDQA. The guy had it on a JD 3320 and had hydraulics run off his...
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    Re: Winter is coming

    BADELS, ouch, already...... I guess we had a huge Halloween storm two years ago but it's still too soon. Thanks for the float response. I did read all those posts on using a truck plow but for me, I...
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    Re: Winter is coming

    Thanks nybirrman. Looks great. Not sure what you mean by floats on a chain vs the loader float? Is it not ok to use loader float? Also why both blades? Is it just for backing up say to garage...
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    Re: Winter is coming

    Appreciate the responses. It does seem the blowers work great but that isn't an option. Half the driveway is stone and we get a bunch of wet soupy storms. Plus I wouldn't have anywhere to keep it...
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    Winter is coming

    I sold my old plow truck and will be using the JD 4105 to clear my 300 foot driveway. Not much of a pitch but a little. Half is stone and half paved. I am in the hills of CT so we get plenty of snow....
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    Re: Chain Saw scabbard

    Nice. What are those two lines of bolts on the face of the ballast box?
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    Re: Presidential Security Tractors

    I guess a hoe and pair of overalls was too easy?
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    Re: Whatcha drinking?

    I am fascinated how what beer your drink becomes a "fashion" statement of sorts. If you like micro brews etc, drink up, dark beer, drink up, light beer, drink up. PBR for me. Yuengling if I could get...
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    Re: Whatcha drinking?

    ��Just got back from North Carolina. We always stop and get a few cases of Duplin wine. Bunch different kinds of sweet wine. There moto is "Cool, Sweet, Easy." I Put it in a big mason jar with ice....
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    Re: Bought my first tractor Ford 1710 4x4

    I had same year 1710 for years. Only difference was a Woods 750 hoe and no trailer. Great tractor. Sold with 1400 hours on it. Lived outside and would start down to 5 degrees with no probleem
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    Re: Observations from North Carolina

    Dave- never thought of the frost, makes sense.

    Dabsgt- you know it, only the best. We are paying for it, no doubt.
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    Re: Observations from North Carolina

    One other thing I forgot to mention were the cemeteries. Almost all hat I passed that I could see equipment at was a 30 or so hp tractor with a backhoe to dig the graves. I actually went by while one...
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    Re: Observations from North Carolina

    They have a skid steer mounted from bush hog. The few people I know who hire mowing the people came with skid steers.
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    Re: Observations from North Carolina

    There goes this thread............:confused3:
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    Observations from North Carolina

    I just got back from a one week vacation in NC, Wimington area. One thing I noticed is that there were a bunch of tractors being used "commercially" , landscapers, towns, and construction crews. A JD...
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    Re: Newbie - JD 2720

    No regrets. That's a nice tractor.
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    Re: Are hand saws as rare as dial phones?

    You can get a tool for a couple dollars at a flea market or eBay to set the kerf and sharpen with a small file. I'm sure they have videos YouTube on how to do it. It's pretty fast and doesn't need to...
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    Re: Going To The Sun Road

    That road is "hairy" to drive when it's dry and warm. I did it in mid June. Little nervous to say the least. Bunch of Dahl sheep came down, crossed in front of me, then continued down the mountain....
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    Re: Home Depot Bulldog 700 4x4 UTV?

    My 2:2cents: for that much money you should be able to get a slightly used UTV that's way more machine then that. I found a few year old Polaris Ranger 500 with under 200 hours for $5k. A lot out...
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    Re: BX25D. Mod #1 and continued.

    [QUOTE=4shorts;3259416]They Were Framed!

    That's what I'm calling this mod. This one took from start to finish 5 hours but it was well worth it. Gee. If you passed gas walking by those rear lights...
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    Re: Bee Keepers ?

    I keep 2-3 hive for the past 3 years. Between bears and weather I have t had much luck but I keep on trying. My two hives made it through the winter into their second year and appear strong. I have...
  56. Re: Who has a cool tractor and wants to win LED lights!!!

    Ubolts or axle bolts a possibility. I also may try and use the bracket that holds the plastic tube to the ROPs for the owners manuals etc. hope to get to it soon.
  57. Re: Who has a cool tractor and wants to win LED lights!!!

    I still haven't even really looked at mine. Still trying to figure out a mount for the ROPs. Scooby, you should give them a call. My lights came a few days after I called and gave them the info.
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    Re: New Wallenstein logging winch

    Thank you
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    Re: New Wallenstein logging winch

    Very nice. How much if you don't mind? I have trouble finding prices online and my local dealer doesn't sell many. Just not sure how much wiggle room there are in the price.

    Thanks. Nice pics.
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    Re: Bought a new JD 1026R TLB!!!

    I won't chime in on most, but am eagerly looking forward to reading the answers you get. The only thing I asked about at the dealership is the break-in oil. The mechanics told me it was just regular...
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    Re: BX25D. Mod #1 and continued.

    Wow! Very cool. I am super jealous of your skills. I love the posts and pics. Paint job looks fantastic, what do you spray it with?
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    Re: Removing a decal from rental company

    Try a heat gun, or a hair dryer if you don't have one. Heat it up then try to peel it off.
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    Re: HYDRAULIC FORUM FEEDBACK

    J J- I always enjoy your posts. They are amazing in the detail and speed you respond. I always read them in detail trying to learn. Just yesterday you gave a good explanation on open and closed...
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    Re: Retirement savings ....Yikes !

    Sounds good. 30% loss, ugh. :eek: Glad you recovered. I just misread the 5% I guess and thought I was figuring it wrong. Agreed, doubling up every 7-8 years would be great.
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    Re: New hitch puller

    Nice build. Looks real handy.
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    Re: biased video?

    If my smaller JD was made in Mexico or China I'm gonna be pissed. I am good with some parts being outsourced to stay competitive, thats business, but not the whole tractor. I will have to add that...
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    Re: biased video?

    Free is always good.
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    Re: biased video?

    I certainly don't know enough about it but, if there is something not factual in the video and it is official JD we can probably start a class action lawsuit. There are plenty of bored lawyers out...
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    Re: Retirement savings ....Yikes !

    Good simple formula. I guess I was doing it right. MossRoad I think wrote he was getting 5% return and doubling his money every 7-8 years. Didn't make sense. I thought I was doing it wrong, I guess...
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    Re: biased video?

    I think it would be more of a challenge to find a non biased video from an advertiser.

    Isn't that what they get paid for in making the ads?
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    Re: Retirement savings ....Yikes !

    I guess I am missing something. Mathematically if you get 5% return compounding over 8 years you only yield under 50% not 100%. It would take over 14 years to double your money at 5%? I am not...
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    Re: Reported Site Attack

    Great, just great. Now the IRS knows I was the the 3rd place winner in the BajaDesign light contest. Will probably be getting a tax bill soon. I really feel bad for Bullit94.
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    Buying Advice Re: Any reason not to buy a new 2520?

    I don't have one but am impressed on what they are capable of from member posts who have them. What dealer are you going to?

    Oh, by the way, your going to have to come up with a new username,...
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    Re: Online seed company

    I use this place -

    Food Plot Seeds Attract Wildlife and Promote Larger, Healthier Herds and Flocks. Ideal Seed for Wildlife Photography!

    I deal with them in person because it is local. The...
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    Buying Advice Re: Used 3320 vs. New 3520

    I agree with that in general. However, when I bought new a few months ago the cash price was the same as using the 0% for 48 months with JD. There was no dealer fee for taking the finanancing. There...
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    Re: Retirement savings ....Yikes !

    It always seems when police shoot a bunch of rounds there are only a few hits, so I looked up the average. 9% hit ratio in a law enforcement shooting. They better order more if they want 3 for each...
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    Re: Retirement savings ....Yikes !

    Homeland Security is buying ammo, agreed. They do every year. This years spending is not out of line with past years minus the spike in ammo prices. Several agencies get their ammo through them. A...
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    Re: Retirement savings ....Yikes !

    Thanks. I thought it was just me that thought that was ridiculous. I even wasted 3 minutes checking the news.

    RDrancher, you can't even think about retiring, we would be lost without the photo...
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    Re: Retirement savings ....Yikes !

    Any savings over $25,000 being seized in Europe? Anyone........
  80. Thread: nuby

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    Re: nuby

    I had a 1986 1710. Great tractor. Never saw a day inside. No rust and faded paint. I wish Ford could make trucks like that.
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    Re: Looking to upgrade to a larger JD

    Two things I never considered when thinking about a cab, dust and bees. Both valid points.
  82. Re: I Already Took Off the Snowblower and Tire Chains

    Should have tuned in to Scott Haney :laughing::laughing::laughing:
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    Re: Projects i have been working on

    Nice post. Thanks for pics, nice place you have. How deep is that pond?
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    Re: New 1529 with loader and backhoe !!

    Sweet. I looked at those, looked real nice.
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    Snow Re: Another Storm

    I thought we were done as well. 5-9" for me and maybe on Friday. Ice fishing is fun.........
  86. Re: Fun day with the grapple and box blade - tearing down a quick little shed

    Funny jmc. But that's the way it is some of the time. Still worth the fun. Only mistake you made was admitting it to your wife :laughing:
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    Re: TBN upgrade wish list.

    Better search engine.
  88. Re: Fun day with the grapple and box blade - tearing down a quick little shed

    2X. I liked the video for what it is. People are forgetting to use tact while on the Internet. It is basically anonymous so why not be a jerk? There is no longer the risk of "a punch in the face"...
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    Re: Poor service from John Deere

    If many of us post about it why do it again? Just search it.

    Oh yeah, and the POTATO and BURGER thread had some great recipes. Thanks. Never thought I would get them on a tractor site. :drink:
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    Re: 3-pt Hitch Log Splitter or Gas standalone?

    I debated the same and went with a TSC Huskee brand 27 ton with the Honda engine. Was on the fence but have no regrets. It stays by my log pile but is easy to tow when needed. It will split...
  91. Thread: My view

    by BuzzardA91
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    Re: My view

    I looked at that pic again, :shocked:, I think your right! "Get the snow cat Danny"
  92. Thread: My view

    by BuzzardA91
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    Re: My view

    That was 36", not including drifts, in one shot. Your probably right though on the dusting. My grandfather used to say we got storms 4-6' at a time. They usually started by the end of August and...
  93. Thread: My view

    by BuzzardA91
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    Re: My view

    308029

    View after snowmaggedeon.
  94. Re: Checking to see if I can lift a half-ton machine

    On my loader, and most others, the rating seems to be lift to full height. My loader is way stronger then rated when only lifting two feet off ground. With bolt on forks definitely won't be able to...
  95. Re: Who has a cool tractor and wants to win LED lights!!!

    Got my lights today, thank you BD Led Lighting ! I won a SII light and a bought a second one at the same time. Both arrived today and they are way smaller then I expected (that is a good thing). Now...
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    Re: Tooth bar for bolt on cutting edge

    I thought you means a "bolt on cutting edge tooth bar". I took that to mean taking your bolt on cutting edge off and bolting a new tooth bar one on. Other then that I didn't know there was an issue...
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    Re: Expensive service job

    I am still dumbfounded that some manufacturers have you dump all the fluid and filters at 50 hours. That's a lot of fluid and $. My tractor doesn't call for a hydraulic fluid and filter change til...
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    Re: Tooth bar for bolt on cutting edge

    I can't find one either. I want one for a 72" bucket. Somebody on an earlier thread said they aren't popular because its nice to be able to take them off with two bolts vs a dozen.
  99. Thread: New Member

    by BuzzardA91
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    Re: New Member

    So what did you decide on? Don't forget the pictures !
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    Ballast Re: Planted a tractor, hoping for bumper crop!

    :shocked: Where did the box blade go?
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