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  1. #1331
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    My '06 CTD with a 20+5 14GN. The front lift kit makes it look like it's squatting a lot more than it really does. I'd love to love the lift, just can't locate any stock spring pocket mounts. The black '12 is dads new pickup.





  2. #1332
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    Kubota BX23

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    Nice rigs supernova!

  3. #1333
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    Cat D3, Deere 110 TLB, Kubota BX23 and L3800 Craftsman Mower, Deere 350C Dozer

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    Quote Originally Posted by denverdave66 View Post
    I hope someday to get the rust spots fixed, but it is mostly a work truck. It also has a 327 motor in it bored out 30 over, with a 4 barrel holley carb, and headers. The guy that owned it before me was only the 2nd owner and he had the transmission fined for pulled his camper trailer. Many times when I am sitting at the drive thru at McDonald's and people walking in when they see it and here it running give me a shout out "nice truck". I rather drive this than a brand new truck. My 14 yr old son loves it too and hopes dear ol'dad gives it to him for his 16th birthday but he couldn't afford to keep gas in it. I am lucky to get 12 mpg but its not a daily driver either.
    I'm always getting asked or finding notes on my window asking if my 91 is for sale... not so much with my 85 Chevrolet...

    Both have given great service. Original engines 305 and 350.

    I'm the second owner and was there when each was bought new by friends... one got married and sold the 85 to me in 90 and the 91 was given to me 18 years later... the elderly Chinese owner told me he really appreciated my help in buying it and said it was mine when he didn't need it anymore... had not been in regular contact for the last few years and one day the phone rings and he said come get your truck...

    My nieces love the 91 and trucks in general... as small children it was the only time they could ride in the front seat.

    It's too bad their parents don't want them riding in anything old... especially without airbags...

  4. #1334
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamadog77 View Post
    Nice rigs supernova!
    Thanks! I'm actually stationed in SD so you might have seen my pickup around once or twice.

  5. #1335
    New Member 11toma's Avatar
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    Kubota B21; JD 110 TLB

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    Here is my 2000 Ford F-350 Power Stroke Diesel, 24' 14K trailer, and JD 110TLB Tractor. The three get along really well. Hard to keep it under 80 on the interstates!

    Tom


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    Super Star Member Diamondpilot's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 11toma View Post
    Here is my 2000 Ford F-350 Power Stroke Diesel, 24' 14K trailer, and JD 110TLB Tractor. The three get along really well. Hard to keep it under 80 on the interstates!

    Tom

    <img src="http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=323616"/><img src="http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=323617"/>
    Nice setup.

    Chris

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    New Member 11toma's Avatar
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    Hi Chris,

    Thanks!

  8. #1338
    Veteran Member GreatWhitehunter's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 11toma View Post
    Here is my 2000 Ford F-350 Power Stroke Diesel, 24' 14K trailer, and JD 110TLB Tractor. The three get along really well. Hard to keep it under 80 on the interstates!

    Tom


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    Ditto, love seeing 110 pics.

    Matt
    Deere 110 TLB, Load Trail Low Pro Dump trailer, 2500HD Duramax, Kawasaki 4010 Mule

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    Veteran Member GreatWhitehunter's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 11toma View Post
    Here is my 2000 Ford F-350 Power Stroke Diesel, 24' 14K trailer, and JD 110TLB Tractor. The three get along really well. Hard to keep it under 80 on the interstates!

    Tom


    -img_1-jpg-img_2-jpg
    Ditto, love seeing 110 pics.

    Matt
    Deere 110 TLB, Load Trail Low Pro Dump trailer, 2500HD Duramax, Kawasaki 4010 Mule

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    My rig. 20 foot gooseneck deckover with a 4 foot DT and 8 foot upper deck. I learned quick that the 4 inch ball extension is needed with the shortbed truck. Too tight a turn and pop goes the back window.
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