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Mickwhitt

When I grow up... I wanna be one of these....

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Tuneup

C'mon Mick! We never really grow up. We just get bigger toys. If you could, you would. Heck, I could but where would I put the thing?

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peter lena

@Mickwhitt, just watched 3 similar tractors make quick work of over grown hay fields , one was set up with a flail mower set up , that would do the initial field entry , while the other two . in another field  was threshing and plastic bailing , with a very steady forward speed , they were cutting acreage  , like it was a lawn , no effort , in and out in about 3 hrs . pete

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Jeff-C175
59 minutes ago, Tuneup said:

where would I put the thing?

 

That obviously was a rhetorical question because I'm SURE you don't want us to answer it!  :orcs-censored:;)

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ebinmaine
1 hour ago, Mickwhitt said:

When I grow up

I tried being a grown up for over 20 years and I found that it just really wasn't any fun. 

So I reverted back to about the age of five or so and that seems to be working much much better. 

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Ed Kennell
1 hour ago, Mickwhitt said:

I wanna be one of these....

Me too.post-7208-0-85825600-1382657584.jpg

 

 

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pullstart
5 hours ago, peter lena said:

@Mickwhitt, just watched 3 similar tractors make quick work of over grown hay fields , one was set up with a flail mower set up , that would do the initial field entry , while the other two . in another field  was threshing and plastic bailing , with a very steady forward speed , they were cutting acreage  , like it was a lawn , no effort , in and out in about 3 hrs . pete


You never mentioned what grease or oil they used?!?  :ychain:

 

 

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Ed Kennell

Or one of these.IMG_1534.JPG.4b6182c8e06ace3322ecffd99c51a4df.JPG

 

 

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pfrederi

I just dumped $20.00 worth of gas in my D200 and it didn't top it off.  Guess that is big enough for me for now:P

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peter lena

@pullstart   no I didn't  , but did notice that they were running quiet and clean , no smoke or fumes , so somebody must be on it , thanks for asking about my lubrication  addiction , keep it oily , pete

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Mickwhitt

A couple of years ago I bought a tin of camouflage paint but once I'd put it on the shelf I couldn't find it.

Anyways it finally turned up so I decided to give it a go.

Results are pretty impressive for a novice.

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Marv
7 hours ago, Mickwhitt said:

A couple of years ago I bought a tin of camouflage paint but once I'd put it on the shelf I couldn't find it.

Anyways it finally turned up so I decided to give it a go.

Results are pretty impressive for a novice.

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Impressive. Wasn't for the different size of the wheels I wouldn't know the front from the back. 

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