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  • Birthday 03/11/1964

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    restoring IH tractors hunting camping and somrtimes farming

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  1. She came to our local fair years ago, when i was showing cattle. There was a huge crowd ,so i climbed up a sycamore tree where i could see, had too be around 1980 i think. I remember seeing a news story about her at some country music awards deal ,she didn't look very thrilled about this so called new country music. AKA rap,hip hop,junk.
  2. Great looking bunch, the tractors and truck don't look bad either.
  3. I found the missing wire, it was shoved up behind the ignition coil,the kill switch works and all is good. Thanks for all the replies,with any luck we can have a fish fry tonight.
  4. With all the B.S. that these teachers put up with today, i can see why they need days off. My wife has been teaching for 23 years and kids today have no respect,no discipline,no manners and very little ambition. I'm not saying that's true everywhere or with every kid but some of the crap she puts up with is unbelievable. I would be fired and jailed within an hour and would probably have to purchase a new belt.
  5. We had an all volunteer fire department for many years,the fire board pushed for a full time paid crew about 10 years ago,claiming it would reduce our insurance costs. The reduced insurance never showed up on my bill but the increased property tax did. Then about 6 years ago they pushed for a sales tax increase claiming it would reduce our property tax. Now they get both taxes and spend money like water. Hopefully the people in these all volunteer districts realize what a bargain they are getting. Thank you all for your dedication and service.
  6. remote steering,pull start, no key just a flip switch. There are two wires with female bullet connectors that come from the toggle switch. In run there is no continuity in off the switch completes the circuit. i found several wires on the motor with male bullet connectors but none i have found are grounded. Scared to start plugging wires in with all the electronics on these newer motors. Once you" let the smoke out" it's hard to put it back in๐Ÿ˜ƒ
  7. i bought a used 2010 15 HP Mercury from the conservation department for my gigging boat, all of the controls came in a box. We got it installed and running but i can't figure out the kill switch wiring. The only way to kill it now is to pull the fuel line and let it run dry,choking it does not work. After searching on line, i thought i'd check here,very seldom do i have a question that someone on here can't answer.
  8. Military rigs are built for stout but not for comfort.
  9. A friend of mine did that with guineas, he would sell them locally and as soon as the new buyer turned them loose,they would head for home. Not all of them made it back but those that did were sold over and over.
  10. A 50,000$ patrol car and a 5 million dollar lawsuit
  11. They all sound cheap by today's standards.
  12. The first scope i had was a Redfield 2X7 widefield ,my dad bought for me as a Christmas present, I think around 1979. It is mounted on a model 100 Winchester and i haven't shot it in years.
  13. As long as my outside wood stove is running,that is what i do. I have run lots of 155-160 degree water through my regular pressure washer without any issues. It's not a replacement for a steam cleaner but it works well enough for general cleaning.
  14. With the summer we had our cattle would have stomped that ground to pieces looking for a little shade.
  15. Could be, but i've never seen any kind of seeds or pods on it.
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