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Michael Bullington

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Nice race team you have there. It looks like they are having a good time. :notworthy:

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thanks guys....hey mike the 867 was in low range second gear at ide...the race was on!!! You know it was burning rubber :thumbs: The tecumseh was running in low at idle, (and Ive worked that carb over, you can count the hits it idles so low...sounds great). but it still ran circles around the 867...LOL...I was really suprised how well they did ...they did want to get off..

Hey WFOPETE - Are you kidding me, I staged the whole picture show :notworthy:

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It's great to see the lil ones enjoying the machines of yesteryear. That why I enjoy them so much thanks to my grandfather and his old tractors on his farm when I was a kid. Keep them interested it'll pay off someday.

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hey Michael...you can't beat pictures like those or the time spent taking them..

like the round hood. :notworthy:

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Tractors, let's say, $500.00 each. Gas, $269 a gallon, kids driving them and having fun, priceless!!!!

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Tractors, let's say, $500.00 each. Gas, $269 a gallon, kids driving them and having fun, priceless!!!!

Amen, brother, amen!

Duff :notworthy:

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i did the same thing a couple weeks ago. left the 5 year old run the 856 and then let the 12 yr old run the jd 210. all fun and games til the 856 decides to make it a demo derby. no damage time to park...... :notworthy:

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That is awesome! My 3 1/2 year old loves taking rides with good old Dad on the tractors. I enjoy every minute of it. I have an 8 month old boy that I am getting ready to start on snow plowing duty. Makes it tough having an 8 speed with one on your lap but we make it work!

Like people have already said, the memories are priceless!

Thanks for sharing!

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Thanks for sharing. I look forward to this with my kids. :thumbs:

I have it in my head that all the agravation :WRS: of restoring and learning :notworthy: about these buggers will pay off when it's my kids in the saddle. :)

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