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redneckchevy9

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  1. Ive never seen it done so i was curious
  2. How does one go about repairing a belt?
  3. Since it is hay season, here is a lineup to meet all your needs.
  4. From 1927....they were bringing out the big horses!
  5. I dont think i had ever seen a W series until getting onto this forum. Definitely non existent in my part of IL
  6. I'll ask one of our doctors or nutritionist today.
  7. I was sick Tuesday morning as soon as my alarm went off at 2am. Did my usual route all day....nothing worse than being on the road and being sick. Plenty of stops alongside the road and convenient store bathrooms.
  8. I need to check out that museum next time I am in town. Weren't Olivers made in South Bend also?
  9. I go to South Bend to watch the Irish!
  10. Looks like a neat little shack for the kids to wait for the bus also....ya know, the ones you see at the end of a long driveway.
  11. i've been thinking that the past couple weeks here in NW IL...thinking how I wouldn't want to be driving a mounted picker in this kind of weather BUT our grandfathers and fathers did it. My grandpa would always say..."I didn't pick corn till the beginning of November"
  12. Smoke Rings. (In the dark.... @billonthefarm )
  13. sooooooooo it doesn't stay that clean for long? ?
  14. What does the red machine do?
  15. BBG, what year would that be, I'm not well versed in yellow wheels.
  16. Way after the days of steel, but Hiniker offered more to the farmer, not just a man who wanted an after market cab
  17. do you have any idea what year steel was still offered as a FACTORY option for tractors?
  18. I thought this little flyer for Oliver dealers was interesting and haven't run across it before. I would be interested to learn just how well these worked.
  19. I know we had a booth up there (Agri-King)...I had to help package up some displays and a few bags of our more in-demand products to get shipped up there. I would like to go to a show like this and learn about the dairy business and dairy farmers. I figure if I'm working in the business, I better learn about it also and not just be a dummy delivering to farms that I have no concept of their operations.
  20. I rolled through there a few weeks ago and the creek was pretty high. I noticed that the baseball diamond was mostly under water.
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