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About Ihcubguy

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  • Birthday 12/28/1976

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  1. Binkley & Hurst built us the planter to our specs. Look at it close you see the tongue is a lighter blue color than the planter is. Cannot remember exactly anymore but I believe it was because the tongue was from something Kinze made for Monosem? Or maybe the frame was? I do not remember exactly anymore but that is how it was delivered brand new to us though.
  2. We only farmed 150 acres total of corn and beans. Had the magnum before the planter when we still did tillage.
  3. I just wish the farm was not rented out and we still had equipment to plant it with. What we had at the end was a 2007 Kinze 3000 4 row with inter plant for7 row 15 inch beans that we pulled with the 7120. Hard for me to believe it's been 6 years already that we have rented the farm out. At least the people who rent it use red equipment.
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    Music thread

    This one has been on my playlist lately for doing treadmill. Good band I have always liked. These guys have been on my playlist as well. Me and the wife's song. And another good one of theirs.
  5. Very nice! Miss our 1270. That thing was a horse and was relatively trouble free for us.
  6. We put new Titan MXL on out loader at work 2 years ago. So far have held up real well working in shale and other stone. No major chunking and yet to get any flats. So far we're pleased.
  7. Well I will be at Penns Cave for the antique show so I'm out Tyler. We should just have a day where we have a pull for redpower forum members and their red machines.
  8. At work one of our lift stations has a wet well that is almost 40 ft deep. When it needs cleaned the guy that goes down in hangs from a boat type cable winch and is lowered down a little at a time with a pressure washer wand in his hand. He scrubs the whole way down and when he gets to the bottom he is standing in the raw sewage with the inlet pipe over his head. One of the other stations has a wet well that regularly gets a crust of food oil and grease in it that they can stand on when they get in it. I'm glad that they have the confined space clearance and proper safety gear and I can just watch from above.
  9. Very sad indeed! I have many of his books and am just as amazed as the rest how much knowledge he had on the old equipment manufacturers.
  10. Everyone around our area just calls it beet juice.
  11. In Machinery Pete's video on his Youtube channel John Kinzenbaw is sitting in the truck right next to the Auctioneer.
  12. This is a great thread. That Power Wagon is AWESOME!!!!
  13. An Interstater setup would stink for slope work always having that downhill mower. I can get away with some pretty steep slope mowing at work with the 6105D JD we have but that has a cable lift Tiger 5ft extreme duty side flail and a 96inch HD Alamo offset 3pt mower so we don't have a downhill mower to worry about. I can always keep the Tiger mower uphill to counteract and balance. I know the guy I work with has radioed me while mowing that I had it steep enough that the downhill tire was about to roll off the rim. That would suck as they are loaded with Beet juice.
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    RPRU how many?

    All 3 in Bloomsburg, Mansfield Oh, Lebanon Tn, Mt Pleasant Ia. Mansfield was the most memorable. Wife's Taurus left us set literally pulling out of the fairgrounds. Left it sit and 6 people climbed in mom and dad's 05 chevy with tractors in tow and we got home at 2am. Got up at 6am and headed 7 hours back to Mansfield and loaded up the car on the gooseneck and drove another 7 hours home again. Got home a little before 9pm Sunday and we were all BEAT!!! But it was one to remember.
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