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  1. What shop did you work at? You live around Glenwood? I’m from 10 miles south of there.
  2. Not to do what he was doing with it. He used to clean a bunch of parking lots around town and needed to stack the snow high to save room. Worked great.
  3. Kinda funny how that picture seems to pop up on different forums every winter. I know the guy personally that built this. It’s his second one, the first one he put a loader on a Scout 2 and ran that until it basically rusted away to nothing. Yes, it is 4 wheel drive. He runs a small 1 man repair shop and is constantly inventing things or retrofitting things like this.
  4. We run a burr mill, hammer mill, corn sheller and silo filler(all Mcormick)at a small threshing show we belong to. Also got to run the sawmill this year when they couldn’t get 2 different John Deere’s to run it. Have a belt pulley on my 400 and M to run all of it.
  5. We run a Gehl 420 and a Gehl 3 point mount 10 wheel rake and they are good rakes. Don’t worry about the 10 wheel rake on 9’ windrows we don’t have any issues with it trying to grab the next windrow.
  6. Dakotah toys in Madison Sd. They will have everything you need. They have a website
  7. 806JR

    Farmall M

    I only live 10 miles from Glenwood. Brownies used to be kinda high on their tires but have gotten really competitive on them the last year or two.
  8. I wouldn’t be to worried about it filling up. There’s something like 1200 camping spots on the grounds. We camped there at the last Roundup and it never got completely full.
  9. The guy that has that is defiantly one of a kind. He’s located in Pierz, Mn. He always thinks his stuff is top notch and worth a mint.
  10. Work for a manufacturing company and between our 5 shops we are running right around 100 welders. They are all Miller. We tried Esab and Lincoln but wouldn’t hold up against the Millers. I have a Miller 210 that I bought new 15 years ago and has been a damn good welder. Only problem I’ve ever had with it was had a circuit board burn out that cost me $300 to have fixed. I wouldn’t be afraid of a Hobart either, they are just Miller’s homeowner version. A buddy has a Hobart from Fleet Farm that is the same size has my Miller and has had no problems with it.
  11. You will have to run the pressed steel and 9 bolt hubs for the 34’s. There isn’t a 34” cast center that will fit the 560 axle. The first 560 i had came with 18.4-34’s on it and would really scoot down the road.
  12. Was there yesterday. Yes it is a must see sometime in your lifetime. If you really want to take your time and see everything it would take 2-3 days. They have something for everyone from threshing and field demos with horses to what is called the Sandbox which is all kinds of old construction equipment running, they have a whole set of buildings like an old mainstreet that has all kinds of things for the ladies, hit and miss engines everywhere you look in the woods on the hill, miniature land which is all 1/4 scale working steamers and threshers and balers and a mini sawmill, 3 different full
  13. 806JR

    Huron Hotels?

    There is something like 1200 camping spots on the grounds. We camped there last time and had a great time. And it never did get completely full.
  14. They don’t flow very fast but you could Try loosening or taking the fuel cap off. The vent in the cap may be plugged and that would cause it to flow slower.
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