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PeacemakerJack last won the day on December 26 2016

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About PeacemakerJack

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    Senior Member
  • Birthday 10/21/1977

Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    1970 GT14 (Zach's Blackbeard)
    1994 314-8 (GhostRider)
    2000 523Dxi (Kelli's RED)
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  • Location
    Omro/ Wisconsin
  • Occupation
    Framing Contractor/Youth Pastor
  • Interests
    Spending time playing with my kids, Cowboy Action Shooting, guns in general, vintage Garden Tractors, Vintage Cars and Trucks, motorcycles

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  1. What have you done on your WH today?

    THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT! Let's plow! I couldn't agree more! If you have good ground, I'd make the trip over!!
  2. What have you done on your WH today?

    What a cool setup! The more that I see and interact with these early Big Wheel tractors, the more I like them! I need to locate a snow blade like that for Dad's Clyde. That way he can use it for plowing dirt in the summer and snow in the winter. The 953/1054 tractors are way too awesome to only use for a few days per year (as in a furrow plow tractor). You have an awesome machine there TJ and I'm glad it is working out well for you. I can't wait to see some winter pics of it doing its thing!
  3. The things you see on CL!

    Caption this: "We need to find a way to reduce the cut time on our 1/3 acre lot!"
  4. The time has come.

    I'll be praying that all goes well and you will gain the desired relief from the current painful circumstances. God bless you with an uneventful procedure and a speedy recovery!
  5. What have you done on your WH today?

    That is one nice line up! I'm a fan... every one of those tractors are so individual in looks and yet all unmistakably ...AWESOME!
  6. "Clyde"--Dad's 953

    Jim--I'd better make sure that dad didnt get a job for Canadian National while I was sleeping... @ebinmaine now I have a bunch of Cash songs in my brain while thinking of dad driving Clyde on the rails... "I hear that train a comin', it's rollin' round the bend, and I ain't seen the sunshine since I don't know when..."
  7. "Clyde"--Dad's 953

    Stopped by dad's this morning and got a kick out of this... it almost begs a "caption this"... "Steel wheels anyone?" @Shynon we took care of that grommet last weekend... Two weeks from now and hopefully I'll have some pics with AG's mounted reminds me of Johnny Cash--"one piece at a time."
  8. "Clyde"--Dad's 953

    Thanks Tom. You know how much I like the "back story"!
  9. "Clyde"--Dad's 953

    Time for new "shoes" for Clyde. After the show in Berlin last week and all the positive comments Dad got about Clyde, he is more motivated than ever to get it set to his liking. He is going to be traveling through Ohio at the end of the month and so he will stop by Miller and pick up a set of 7.60-15 AG's. He said that he didn't want to miss out on prime painting weather so he peeled the turfs off the rims and look what he found... Can @Shynon shed any light on this inscription? Then he took the hoops to the sandblasted to clean them up. The rims are in great shape and perfect candidates for a fresh coat of Antique white paint! So that is just what Dad gave them! Now they wait curing until the end of the month when the shoes arrive. I'm soooooo excited to see what this thing will look like with those tires on it... Now it is time to set up and paint the plow.
  10. Berlin Antique Tractor Show 2017

    you had to bring that up didn't you Dan! Just when I was really thinking positive thoughts about the show. Good thing the family has some plow plots about that time--ready to work
  11. Berlin Antique Tractor Show 2017

    thanks for sharing. Those are definitely cool trucks and a unique piece of Americana. My dad owned a 1966 Scout for about 20 years when I was growing up so I'll always have a special place in my heart for IH trucks.
  12. Berlin Antique Tractor Show 2017

    These are all thanks to Dad! He has a better phone with a better camera!
  13. Berlin Antique Tractor Show 2017

    Good call Jim! Our "in house" AC man!!!! Why didn't I think of that? There were some very nice AC tractors there for sure! Lots of old time machines in operation all around the grounds. I really appreciate seeing people maintain them and share them with the rest of us. My family had/have a bunch of vintage Case tractors but they were busy taking off soybeans and so they weren't in attendance but they would've enjoyed this lineup. This old rat rod International truck had this interesting "swan" hood ornament. Does anyone on here know if this is a factory thing or an aftermarket item put on it? I wish I had a better pic of this 1969 IH pickup because it had a great back story. Dad and I were looking at it carefully when an older lady came up to us and asked us what we thought of her mostly original truck! It was in very good shape for being a 48 year old truck in Wisconsin. It took an 18 year hiatus in a barn which ended when the roof collapsed on the barn! The truck had a ladder rack with two old mattresses on it which saved the truck. They used it as a catalyst to get it back on the road! Cool!
  14. Berlin Antique Tractor Show 2017

    Dad sent me a few pics he took of the line up on Saturday morning. The shade was nice but not good for clean, sharp pictures... Lots of cool stuff!
  15. Berlin Antique Tractor Show 2017

    Some small shows are destined for greatness, and I think that this one is. Being only about 15 miles from my house, it is a no brainer that o would attend. I'm not exactly sure to what level but I know that @Achto has input into the organization and planning of this thing! It has a very nice location along the waterfront and includes many shade trees, ample bathroom and food facilities, even a couple of nice playgrounds for kids if you have them. They annually have a feature tractor and a feature Garden Tractor which is really cool for us GT fans. This year the feature GT was anything Wheel Horse. It was really cool to see the GT's there. @WHX12 and @Rp.wh brought multiple examples plus Dans collection along with others. There was a nice representation of on the grounds. Dad and I got to show Clyde And Blackbeard for the first time--that was fun. Two of my boys attended with me and we all had a good time. It was neat seeing the threshing machine in operation as well as several saw mills. Here Zach is posing for a pic on Jim's newly restored horse! This was a beautiful JD 630 Watching this old Case steamer run the sawmill was a thing of beauty. I'll have to post some of my videos later... Jim and Dan took far better pics than me, keep an eye out for those. It was was a great show and I'm looking forward to it growing in he upcoming years. I felt it was a great turnout for year number 2!