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dumbfarmer

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  • Birthday 04/18/1970

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  1. It all comes down to how bad you want to save it. By today’s standards they are not very handy they don’t work well with modern skid loaders usually. If you can afford it then do it right if you want to save it poured walls are probably the best. There’s been a lot of barns that have fell into disrepair in our area we just tore down one ourselves on a piece of land we bought the roof was completely gone the mow was completely full of rotten bales that had been up there for 30 years or more.
  2. I’ve got a 1066 Hydro With a loader I made foot pedals for the loader controls a lot handier than trying to have three hands running everything.
  3. Shoot, weld it up. Add a gusset or a plate on the bottom and it will last for years
  4. After taking over from brandstad she took a while but is really hitting her stride. She is a classy lady with guts
  5. Mine is cat 3 just like my gear 1066
  6. I had a Thomure chrome pipe on my 1066 I loved how it sounds but I was going deaf put the muffler back on. It stayed nice looking the whole time I had it on, couple three years probably
  7. We changed from a c to an s corp will that help?
  8. If there ain’t another day we don’t need it anyway (dad said this when he was tired and wanted to quit for the day)
  9. My 706 did that once but the steering kept working. Turns out there was a blown Teflon seal on the 3 point valve under the seat
  10. Neighbor had a td20 with that motor he had trouble with the water pump going out several times not sure why then if I remember right it’s mounted way low and he lost all the antifreeze boom
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