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Red_Man

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  • Birthday 11/08/1948

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    Central KY (E'Town)
  • Interests
    I collect Farmalls and 1/16th scale farm toys, and play guitar.

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  1. I'm so sorry to hear this Shannon, I hope Shawn has a successful surgery and a speedy recovery.
  2. We've had a lot of B.F. Goodrich Silvertown tires from when I was a kid growing up. I replaced the rear tires on my 350 a couple of years and I believe the Silver Towns on it were the originals. They were badly wether checked and dry rotted, one went flat in the shed so I knew it was time!
  3. My 460 lifts my old 8"×62' Mayrath just fine, but when I bought a 10"×62 a few years ago I had to put my 3020 Deere on it.
  4. They look great, hope you have fun!
  5. Good for it to get the carbon and cobwebs blown out.
  6. Looks like a Claas in sunflowers to me.
  7. I've had Deka last 8 and 10 years in my 460 Diesel.
  8. Californication needs to fall into the Pacific Ocean, we'd all be better off! Need to save Tony and other Farmall folks.
  9. That's what they did, a 240 tricycle looks more like a 340, the steering wheel is right above the dash. I don't understand why they made a combination of parts like this.
  10. I worked with my dad my whole life except for the time I was in college and 2 years after while my wife was finishing. When he was in his early 80's he started getting dementia and 2 days before my 55th birthday he had a stroke. I am an only child and mom and I had barely been able to care for him before the stroke, so 2 days after that birthday we had to put him in a nursing home where he spent his last 5 years. I wasn't there when he passed as mom and I had been there much of the day and she was worn out. My daughter was gracious enough to sit with him until he passed just after midnight. I did tell him that I loved him and I would see him again. He will be gone 14 years this coming November 10th.
  11. Water will go through the bolts on the transmission deck too. Get it under cover!
  12. It was a '75 with the red cab and white roof, had 262 hours when he traded for it.
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