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  1. “The frenchin’s tooks a hard left turn from which I’ve yets to recover” Good stuff
  2. You’ll really like it! I’ve had mine for about a month or so. I’m still in the tuning process with some of the new arrows I put together but everything about this bow I like so far.
  3. I wear mine the same way. Drives me nuts having them the “right” way up.
  4. Southcentral PA. About 8 miles west of Gettysburg to be specific.
  5. I have 2 Corn Pro gooseneck deckovers and really like them, they’re well built. I have also used the identical twin to that red trailer at Wengers. I liked it. They’re obviously heavier than a comparable aluminum but they’re solid and have nice rear doors on them (nothing worse than a livestock trailer with a door that isn’t functional.)
  6. Good luck to my fellow Pennsylvanians. Be sure to post pics of your success. Getting ready to head out now. I got my buck during archery so I’m meat hunting now.
  7. Deerfield

    Rifles

    My Marlin 30-30 has been my favorite for quite a while, it just works so well for brush hunting. Although my new go-to is my 7 Mag Tikka with an SWFA scope.
  8. My personal favorite. Use these things for everything, from the 4 inchers to the 12s. They’re way stronger than screws, easy to run and reusable.
  9. Thanks guys. Sounds like it’ll be a tight squeeze on my smaller trailer. I’ll take the gooseneck.
  10. Does anybody know how long a 4 bottom semi mount 700, 710, 720 type plow is? I bought one on auction and have to pick it up tomorrow. Trying to decide which trailer I’ll need to take. Thanks for any help.
  11. Around here that would bring pretty good money, even with the broken chain. Small spreaders have really blown up in price the last couple years.
  12. I went back and forth for a while on whether or not I wanted to keep it on the 856 when I bought it. I’ve decided that I like it. I have the doors and windows for mine. Cuts down on the wind and cold a little bit during the winter.
  13. If it wasn’t for the horrible hydraulic system it would be a decent little chore tractor. We bought it cheap a few years back when our 656 Hydro went down. It’s got a couple problems. The shifter boots are shot and are letting water into the oil, the oil seal is out and bleeding hydraulic fluid into the clutch housing, and I’m 99% sure that one of the steel supply lines that run through the trans housing up to the front pump has a crack or hole in it (common problem on these). I have it split at the clutch right now just checking things out. It looks surprisingly good. Tomorrow I’ll spli
  14. Rolled the 2840 apart last night.
  15. Tore into the 2840 the other day. No real progress yet, just draining fluids and disconnecting lines getting it ready to split. Sucked up a full shop vac of dirt from under the operators platform.
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