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  • Birthday 02/18/1958

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    Anything RED currently restoring 1066 black strip, Hydro 70 and 806 wheatland

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  1. depending on the make most machines have the valve for two way flow mounted near the boom foot it may not have the pilot side tied in but that is easy to connect and the switch can be changed on the joy stick
  2. when I was in we would see a lost track 3 or 4 times a year when you loose a track you loose all control it's not fun at road speed saw an M-60 that lost one and went through a farmers barn Killed the farmer and his daughter Sad. I have seen a few like that but nothing the driver can do but cut the power and hang on Think about being on a mountain road and you through a track Patten lost a few like that in Italy
  3. HaHa I was just referring to whats going on in Australia, I served with some Ozzys in the army I have grate respect for both Islands and you have a beautiful county much like Maine. If things where not so crazy I'd be down to have a belt with good old boys
  4. Guess someone else spotted it also, I thought they might be charging you to park in you own door yard with the new world order in ozzy land one never knows
  5. did I see a parking meter in one of the early photos of the m?
  6. what ever you do don't get in there with an air hose , just drain the oil and clean out what you can with a putty knife then flush with fuel oil a parts cleaning brush will work well
  7. had that problem on an I-6 NAVY TUG pulled the top cover and cleaned the sludge out and washed out with fuel oil It's a job and half But best to get that crap out
  8. Glad to see it has a ROPS on it I lost a good friend in one one like that a tree came off the bank an crushed him when the tin cab gave out
  9. As always Tony very nice!! When I go west this fall If I have time would like to come see your Stuff
  10. very very cool Nice Job!! we had one in the 60's my uncle set it up to spray the orchards that thing was a ball to drive!!
  11. imagen the day that showed up on the farm new!! I remember them days
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