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ztnoo last won the day on May 28 2016

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About ztnoo

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    Senior Advanced Member
  • Birthday 11/21/1948

Wheel Horse Information

  • tractors
    GT 14
  • favoritemodel
    GT 14

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  • Location
    Gas City, IN
  • Occupation
    retired trim & frame carpenter
  • Interests
    F1, Indy Car, Moto GP, vintage motorcycles, good rum

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  1. wolfpack

    You didn't offend me in the slightest.......I just had no idea what you meant when you started your post off with that statement. My own ignorance about that frustrated me as much as anything........
  2. wolfpack

    well I'm not perfect either, typo extraordinaire ......... "one" man's opinion.......
  3. wolfpack

    I have no doubt countless people here have no clue as to this text coding and its meaning. I didn't. Had to Goggle it. That doesn't generally aid communication and understanding of questions and statements here at Red Square. Just a suggestion from a texting dufus....... I would suggest keeping everything clear and understandable for the masses, whether in a subject line, or in the body of a message. Just on man's opinion.......
  4. wolfpack

    I think a lot of it is general internet inexperience at posting in forums. Also, lack of reading and actually studying what the format is and does before using it properly, is a factor I believe. Somehow I also think its just a general rush to ask a question........somewhere, anywhere......without taking the time to scope out the lay of the landscape. Also, ebinmaine may be on to something as to type of device used. I'm always on a PC. Others operate from a smartphone which would drive me absolutely nuts to use...... What I don't "get", is the general lack of comprehension about how to title a thread appropriately in the subject line for a quick and effective response. It's just logical to my way of thinking...... Imagine if this forum was entitled "wolfpack" and every subdivision of the forum, as well as every post was entitled "wolfpack". Think there be any confusion about anything?
  5. wolfpack

    Here we go again ......... using your user name as the subject line........... Why not use your first line of text ("Snow thrower auger roller chain routing") as the subject line instead of wolfpack:???
  6. Mower Deck Attachment- Help!!

    What you are showing in the pic is just the lift rod.
  7. Need Help

    Actually the best place to look is in "Sold Listings" found in the same menu on the left side of the eBay page, just below "Completed Listings". These are real world sales. Do a search for specific models first, then check Sold Listings from that search.
  8. Interesting correlation between the No. 1 favorite "save" in the poll (44.26%) and what you actually wound up with. I like that you are going to keep and continue to refine the GT 22. You've got too much time, elbow grease, problem solving, and fabrication in that tractor to let it go. You'll do it the justice it deserves in the end. And it will be a beast! Anyone would be proud to have the GT 16 RestoMod. That was your real crown jewel, IMO. Of course, I'm a GT 16 owner myself.........so why would I think differently?
  9. What an apt description!
  10. Nor'easter No. 3

    WOW! So much for the bare ground......
  11. Happy Birthday Skipper

    Happy Birthday, Skipper!!! Have a great day! Hope all is well in Denmark. Regards, Steve
  12. Welcome to the social welfare morass of the EU, where on the surface nearly everything is free, but is actually funded by a horrendously choking undercurrent of enormous personal and business taxation. Unfortunately we've been moving in that direction for a long time. It's stiffling and severely depresses the work ethic and personal incentive. " "Taxman" is a song written by George Harrison and released as the opening track on the Beatles' 1966 album Revolver. Its lyrics attack the high levels of progressive tax taken by the British Labour government of Harold Wilson.[4][5] Harrison said, "'Taxman' was when I first realized that even though we had started earning money, we were actually giving most of it away in taxes. It was and still is typical."[6] As their earnings placed them in the top tax bracket in the United Kingdom, the Beatles were liable to a 95% supertax introduced by Harold Wilson's Labour government (hence the lyrics "There's one for you, nineteen for me", referring to the pre-decimal pound sterling which consisted of twenty shillings).[7] In a 1984 interview with Playboy magazine, Paul McCartney explained: "George wrote that and I played guitar on it. He wrote it in anger at finding out what the taxman did. He had never known before then what he'll do with your money." " * https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taxman
  13. wolfpack I have a suggestion in regards to your posting habits on various topics. I see you are a new member here (March 2), so admittedly there is a learning curve of sorts here at Red Square. I went through one myself until I got the hang of things. I don't want to scare you off or badger you, but rather make a long term, helpful suggestion. We have had others get started off like this, and it can really get confusing after a while. In every topic you have started here on RS that I note, you are using you user name as the subject line. Doing so only impedes and confuses what you are attempting to ask and find a solution for. There is no practical way for the other forum members to quickly delineate and identify what the real subject of your post might be when you repeatedly use your user name as the subject of the thread. I would say your posts will be much more quickly and effectively answered if you make reference to your specific problem or question in your subject line, rather than continuing to use your user name in the subject line. Make the subject line unique and pertinent to your question or the problem you are attempting to solve. If you don't do that, I can envision multiple topics (maybe eventually dozens) with exactly the same subject line going forward, with absolutely no way for anyone, or yourself, to clearly delineate what you might be describing short of actually opening each individual post. That's very inefficient, not to mention confusing. Just a suggestion and food for thought before posting new future topics. Glad you found Red Square. Its a great place to be to keep your Wheel Horse running and working. Regards, Steve