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  1. I probably won’t be awake, or near my phone at the start of 2020. So I figured I would wish all you great folks here at RPM forums a happy, healthy, and prosperous new year!!! Even you MTO!! 😬🤣👍🏻
    6 points
  2. Hmmmm......worst IH product I’ve owned??? Me!!!!!!!!😂 Doesnt want to start in the morning, Costs a fortune to feed/run, Slight bend in the chassis and won’t track straight, Too many hours on the clock, Original parts unavailable, Makes growling noises when under load, Always defaults to “limp home mode” around lunch time Runs too hot in summer, too cold in winter, No warranty, Never goes where it’s directed, Women think it’s ugly, Only takes a unique type of hyd fluid, Never wants to come out of the shed, Cant be lef
    6 points
  3. Thanks to Red Power Magazine for choosing the picture of our Gold 544 for its cover. They edited our IH sign out to fit the cover. I’ll include the original for comparison. They did a nice job! Thanks!
    5 points
  4. Takes quite a man to need a 42" rubber....
    5 points
  5. Got an air hose reel for Christmas, plumbed it with PEX, put a dryer on. Happy times!
    4 points
  6. I miss how it was 20 years ago when the biggest worry we had was if the clocks on the computers would reset to 1900 or go to 2000. Y2k
    4 points
  7. Goodby 2019!!!! Happy New Year Red Power friends. 2020 has got to be better. Rollie
    4 points
  8. It's 11:30, shez asleep, barn work done with no incidents, both coal fires banked,cats fed, dogs asleep , roads are dicey, got my jammies on and poured a couple fingers [ok 3] of Jack Black. Happy New Year gentlemen . You too Farm all 1066.
    4 points
  9. Planned on going after a load of fuel but middle son called and said he would like to bring his family out to spend with the "old folks". Playing pitch with them sounds way better than being in a rattly old truck at midnite so put off the load till tomorrow😀 I wish my RPF family a very happy new year and a prosperous and peaceful 2020 Tami at the feed store actually told me this, this morning and it is probably the face I made😂
    4 points
  10. Unloading at FT Rob The gray horse only had 17 rides when Lisa took him out there. That is the perfect branding for a young green horse. Not a lot of people, and the ones that are there will help you with a young horse, other then the real dudes, from Denver. I think she drug 5 or 6 calves with him, then went to riding my old Wonder horse. No he wasn't wonder, like wonder woman. I owned him for 3 years before I ever saw him, and wondered what he looked like. The name stuck. They have to use 2 branding stoves, since they serial number all the calves. Remember this is a Nebraska
    4 points
  11. This is my resolution! Rick
    3 points
  12. Carried a S&W 9mm Shield, with safety, all over the country. Shoots very well and is dependable. The clips have a very tough spring but loadable. Picking a gun is like picking a spouse. It has to fit you.
    3 points
  13. Happy New Year everyone! ❄️🌲🍾 I like the dealership picture with the International 600 and the Farmall 400 sitting to the side. Must have been 1956 or ‘57. The mower tractor looks like a converted Hebard Shop Mule since the steering shaft goes down behind the fuel tank. But there are couple problems with calling it a shop mule also: narrow front like a B, fuel tank like a A or B and how does the steering work since a B front has the steering shaft on the visible side. So who knows, I’ll bet it was a handy mower tractor though!
    3 points
  14. First thing to do to the magneto is clean and set the points then listen to see if the impulse is working. You should hear a definite snap when the impulse is working. A lot of the time that is all it takes to get them to work.
    3 points
  15. Well when you’re plowing deep... never mind!!! Lol
    3 points
  16. I better go ahead and wish all of us "old codgers" happy New Year right now. Next year and the next decade sound like they are a long ways away. I smoked a 17+ lb brisket today------and installed Wrangler's winter windows today. Two projects in one day didn't leave much energy left here for the next year. But somebody's got plenty-------there are lots of fireworks popping around the neighborhood. Let's make it a good one-------Happy New Year!!!👍 DD
    3 points
  17. Happy new year everyone
    3 points
  18. Happy New Year RPF friends!!
    3 points
  19. I'm just cleaning out some of my files I've downloaded from Facebook. First I'm going to post pictures of IH Dealerships in North Dakota. This first one is in Medina. This next one is in Bowman, North Dakota. This one is still shown as McCormick-Deering in Bismarck, North Dakota. I don't know where this IH store might have been? They must have had a good IH Scout trade? An IH Scout lot at the factory? Here are a couple of IH Pickups with stepside boxes. Apparently, they are more desirable? Now.... What are we looking at here? Did R
    3 points
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  21. Without the airhose on the floor what do you trip over now??😅
    3 points
  22. just got home from a plumbing repair for the neighbor. Happy New Year to my Red Power friends. Mike
    3 points
  23. Happy New Year to all. I’ll be ringing in the new year towards the end of a 14hr shift....
    3 points
  24. I like blacksmith stuff so parts of them looked a little familiar. Never branded anything living other than myself on accident a couple times with hot corners of something. Made an iron for a buddy’s wedding gift so he could mark some things....
    3 points
  25. Left to Right Nitro, Lady, Clara, Stealth, Jake
    3 points
  26. Imo, the best addition to any CC is this clip by techna clip they have them for a wide variety of guns. https://www.technaclip.com/
    2 points
  27. Warmer weather pictures!!
    2 points
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  29. Alrighty, 2020 is here in my neck of the woods. May it be a blessing to you and those surrounding you!
    2 points
  30. Finally... 2019 is behind us!! 👍
    2 points
  31. As to the shotguns you are going to have to decide what it is you want n a shotgun, those are 2 opposite ends of the spectrum. As to the hand gun, what is it you are looking for? You said ccw so I believe you probably don’t want a 1911a1 or any large frame handgun, so down to the S&W , are you looking at the bodyguard? The shield? Shield 2.0? I’m not a S&W fan personally but purely because of personal ergonomic preferences. My CC is a Ruger LCP a couple folks have bought the bodyguard.380 and I was very impressed by the well thought out features and the quantity of them, sa
    2 points
  32. The Scout dealership is Pollard Motors on Lake St. in Melrose Park, IL. They handled a lot of the managerial lease Scouts for employees in the area plus selling a lot to the public. But they also sold a lot of bigger trucks too. Yes, the other Scouts are the Fort Wayne plant lot. Stepside pickups are desirable today for nostalgic reasons. They were out of style in the 70s and not as many built making them relatively rare today.
    2 points
  33. Thanks for those great photos. Something we don't see much of in the US. Do you know for sure that the Argosy was built in the US after 2006? I had heard they ended it, but perhaps that was only for sales. Cabovers ruled the road in the US until length laws were changed in the 1980s to regulate trailer length rather than overall length. Sales of COs dried up after this. COs are more complicated and expensive, more uncomfortable riding, and have resulted in quite a few driver injuries while climbing in and out. (But if you grew up around them as I did, they still feel like
    2 points
  34. I have put worse back together in times of lack of funding and it worked fine. How does the walls look on that cylinder?
    2 points
  35. This was posted here by another member at one point I think it was from an old M&W catalog for ordering dual adapters if I remember correctly.
    2 points
  36. We will be at Big Cedar the end of February. I'll see if I can find Sam in the stables.
    2 points
  37. I'm right with you on your taste for liver and onions and braunschweiger, but good Lord, man; who could dislike pecan pie??
    2 points
  38. I called her pony kids called her rose, she could drive single/double or ride - she had little mans syndrome like most ponies and ruled the pasture!!! Below is a lil red dun Chili, she was spicy - sold her to a gal for running barrels My fox trotter Mare Lady, was perfect for me, she had been broken hard and beaten, i rescued her and made her into a great horse. She only trusted me tho. She would drive single/double or trails, rode her in many fun shows with my daughter and friend. Do anything you ask and ran well for a trotter. I found her a good home with a gentle owne
    2 points
  39. These were taken about 7 miles down stream from Sandhillers house.
    2 points
  40. Nice pictures. Looks like they could have been 200 years ago. Keep them coming.
    2 points
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