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Seen on Lansing MI CL

"This was intended to be A competition pulling tractor.Has A good K321 14 hp single cylinder motor(not original motor for that year) tires hold air but have checks.This is A little bigger than A average garden tractor very solid. "

 

So what forum should this go under?  Customization & Modifications, Pullers, other brands, or off color humor??

I wonder if the seller knows it's not a JD?

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Definitely "off color humor"

My eyes! !!!!

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:angry-nono:  Not funny...

more like criminal.

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One of the close  by members should go purchase that tractor and disassemble it and soak everything that is the incorrect Hue in an electrolysis tank for a few days. Just out of principle.

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that wasn't a hasty paint job, the frame and even the trans is green. Somebody took that poor horse apart and painted it, where is that jailer at   :angry-nono:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Electrolysis tank?  Might as well hook up the local pond and drive that thing in!  Criminal I say.  Blackhoods are my favorite and now I feel the need to send some flowers as condolences.  Whoever did that should be tried, drawn, and quartered ... AND I even own a John Deere farm tractor!

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Whoever painted that Horse should be tarred and feathered and run out of town on a rail.

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It's still a Horse, maybe the owner had money problems and had extra green and yellow paint? :happy-jumpeveryone:

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Wow, I haven't been a "supporter" all that long. Now I see the "dark" side of the forum.  I didn't realize the green and yellow thing was such a big deal. Actually, I'm kind a partial to it. I especially like the "crisp" line just above the foot plate. Very defined and balanced.....And that one eyed look with the headlight is Tres'- Chic. You guys just don't have any style..... Time for you guys to expand your horizons and open up to the new look of sophistication....much work to do here!!!!

 

(I'm taking some aspirin right now as I'm thinking there might be a touch of negative critique with this post)

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Funny thing is, the wife and I were out for a scenic drive theSaturday before I had seen this ad, and drove down Coon Hill Rd in Munith. 

Had I only known...............

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I also thought the one eye thing was good on it. That custom grille is different too

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2 minutes ago, cpete1 said:

 I especially like the "crisp" line just above the foot plate. Very defined and balanced....

 

those foot rests are hard to remove (for JD fanboys) ...lefty-loosey / righty-tighty  ...but it's upside down.  ...and where do I put my other wrench?  Very confusing for them...where is your compassion!

 

Dont' get me started on the PTO linkage!

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Thank you edgro, these other guys just aren't in our category of taste... its truly beyond them.

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@cpete1 me thinks you may have been the rat that did this terrible deed to begin with!

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Did anyone else notice the horn? My mom has a JD lawn mower, and it don't have a horn!

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:confusion-shrug: Either that, or...

he just fell and hit his head. 

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Oh Deere! :rolleyes:

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44 minutes ago, edgro said:

Did anyone else notice the horn? My mom has a JD lawn mower, and it don't have a horn!

MY goodness, I didn't at first. Excellent observation. Absolutely awe inspiring, Hats off to you edgro. You truly are a person of distinction and lion like observation. 

 

46 minutes ago, dells68 said:

@cpete1 me thinks you may have been the rat that did this terrible deed to begin with!

Not me, sad to say I'm wanting for that sense of sophistication, and my hands don't shake that bad to get that kind of paint line at the foot plate....

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44 minutes ago, AMC RULES said:

:confusion-shrug: Either that, or...

he just fell and hit his head. 

 

That's why I took the aspirin...

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Funny that the ad states the year and model of John Deere that it's supposed to be!

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1 hour ago, dells68 said:

...  Might as well hook up the local pond and drive that thing in!  ...

 

NO!!!  That would be a horrible waste of an almost perfectly good Wheel Horse!

 

A wise man on this forum once said of such sins...  It's just paint!

 

The bigger question is, which one of you Michigan guys is going to step up and rescue her?

 

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