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51cub

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  1. Congratulations!
  2. Funny face and HiC but the rest not even a little bit
  3. Ya had me worried for a minute there. When all I saw was Fort Atkinson my first thought was the Hoards Dairyman farm
  4. 51cub

    Tractor

    Wanted one as long as I can remember and needed something bigger than the Cub
  5. 51cub

    South paws

    One of my sisters is left handed, even now after growing up in a time when the nuns whacked her hand for using it. My father did everything right handed except at bat
  6. If I remember right, there is a way. I think you do have to have a tv that has an hdmi connector. Then the cable between the tv and computer. Again, don't rely on the names I'm using, but they're close enough that when you go to get the cable, they know what you're saying. The cable I have I think I got at an office supply store
  7. If I could keep the bibs and coveralls I'd do it for free but I'd willingly accept any pay they felt a need to give me. I been trying to come up with a way to fasten my braces right inside the coveralls so when I start them off the braces come too and pull my pants right down with them
  8. I had another thought after my last post. Depending on alot of things like your own comfort level and learning curve and how long a wait for a new one. There's always building your own. You wouldn't be the first to do it
  9. I got to second the forestryforum. There's alot of good people there. One other thing I've been hearing is he'll have to decide how fast he wants it. Some mfrs are weeks and months behind. Alot of people have taken it up being locked up at home
  10. I'm far enough north I only got 5 or 6 inches. At least one town right down on the Mass line got about 15 inches. I haven't heard about any power out anywhere. There was some wind earlier today but even that's not doing anything right now. Chance for flurries and snow showers all day
  11. If I could get my mind to go as slow as his I could oh wait - a firetruck!!
  12. You'd think the second one woulda ducked!
  13. Thanks,men. That's about what I figured but wanted to be sure. The only things I ever got to see changed were a loader and an excavator bucket. The loader of course the cutting edge was bolted on, bolts were cut off and replaced when the edge got changed. It wasn't always 24-7, but sure could be during the winter loading salt sand, and summers were long days with drainage material
  14. Here's a chance for me to learn something. Where I used to work they always welded the wear plates on, then some beads of hard face. I have a couple ideas but don't know if I'm right. So my question is, why do you bolt them on?
  15. I'm so sorry to hear this. I can't say anything better than everybody here already has. Even at 60 years old it always hurts me worse when pets die than people
  16. Sent from New Hampshire
  17. Get it home and under cover. Make sure there's no water in the gas tank
  18. I'm with the guys telling you Texas. Aside from what they've already said, there's something for everybody there. Some are farther away than others, but they're there. It can get cold in parts, but doesn't last long. The first day of the first time I was there I was in a tshirt at noon, and the wind chill was 3 below that night. Next day was a tshirt again. Send away for one of those Texas travel books and take a look through it
  19. I don't know about the height of the boxes and a gooseneck, but I can tell you what happened to my service body. It had surface rust until one day I threw a small stump in and it went out through the bottom and to the ground. Look at the underside of that body real good. Mine had a piece of g channel as a crossmember. You couldn't see it from the sides. If it's never been at least rinsed out there's been a batch of crap sitting in it rotting away. Don't let me turn you off your idea, but look at the bottom of the body real good
  20. If somebody could get hurt, or if time, money, or material is going to be wasted, hire it out. I'm lucky that I have more time for me now being semi retired, so if I think I can do it in a reasonable time, without alot of waste, I'm up for literally anything. It's always a chance to learn something new, and I'm all about that
  21. I'm with the guys saying American made Carolinas. Lineman boots in the summer for the extra leather on the toe. Lined loggers in the winter. I got to start getting lower heels now for my knees and ankles
  22. Just one now. It's not my fault, though. I'm more than willing to add some if the tractors and the money would just show themselves at the same time
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