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Pair of Horses- new to me

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Welcome to Red Square.

 Nice looking pair of ponies you have there.

You will find this forum very helpful and friendly.

Thanks for the pictures as we love pictures here.

 

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Nice pair of Horses.Keep them separated............they're known to multiply.What model Bolens do you have?I still have the 1968 1250 that my late father bought brand new.Still runs great.I still use it once in a while.  fWelcome to the forum.

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No turning back Mike ...you are infected with the dreaded WHA.     

 

:text-welcomeconfetti: to the :rs: madness.

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Great looking tractors as well as a great first post.

 

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:WRS:                                   You have been forewarned!                                     :text-coolphotos:

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Welcome to the best wheel horse site in the world . This is my moto ever since I got my first wheelhorse. :greetings-clappingyellow:

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Jump in with both feet,  you're more than :text-welcomeconfetti:

 

Any questions you might have, to be sure, there's someone here who can answer it!  :text-yeahthat:

BTW :text-coolphotos:

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All great responses and all true!

Love the vintage horses you have. I have 2 as well.... for now.

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Thanks for all the welcomes !!!!!

 

If we don't get buried in snow I'll try and get pics as I unload them and fire them up this weekend.... might have to use the plow !!!!!

 

Snowbomb going off here all day tomorrow.

 

Mike B

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5 minutes ago, Oldcpecdr said:

Snowbomb going off here all day tomorrow

Here too. 

Be safe and take pics. 

 

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:blink:  Been eye balling them for awhile now...

glad to see they finally went to a good home.

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Welcome to Red Square  :)  Those are nice horses and great pictures.  I love the 10 hsp Kohlers and your attachments will fit either horse.  Let us know which horse you put the snow blade on.  I think I would try the hydro first...because of the snow bomb.  :occasion-xmas:

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:text-welcomeconfetti: Mike to :rs:   You got two great :wh: tractors there.  I have a '76 B-100 8-speed that I've had since new.  It is my favorite, but don't tell the other two!!!

On ‎1‎/‎3‎/‎2018 at 12:31 PM, Oldcpecdr said:

this looks like a fun and friendly and knowledgeable forum !!!!!

You're right about that and we're glad you're here :greetings-clappingyellow::greetings-clappingyellow::greetings-clappingyellow:

 

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Thanks for all the welcomes !!!!

 

I put the plow on the C-100 hydro and of course no snow since...... but I'm ready lol......I did test it after mounting, cool little rig !!!

 

Hope to make room in the shop for both of the WH's this weekend. They will enjoy the heat.

 

Mike B

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7 hours ago, Oldcpecdr said:

........ in the shop for both of the WH's this weekend. They will enjoy the heat.

 

Mike B

 

Be careful where you leave those tractors alone Mike. Horses are herd animals and they tend to multiply somehow. 

Most of us claim not to have an addiction. 

Welcome aboard. 

 

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