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  1. No problem! It gave me a hard time doing more pics on the original post and I forgot to edit it with more pictures. This first one is for Bitty. I will shoot you a heck of a deal on the machine you wish you had as a kid. I will deliver to I-90 or I-94 when you come back from RPRU. You should have just bought it when you were in Union Grove! LOL
  2. Working on a lawn mower that was dropped off in my yard a few years ago. I'm not sure I need it, but if I can make it complete and run it should be worth a little money. I am missing a few things on this air cleaner assembly. The parts diagram makes it look pretty simple. Pretty much just a metal cover that hold the filter and a freeze plug looking thing in the end of the carb. I believe this engine was also used in the Cub Cadets. That's what makes me head here for parts. Are there any good sources for these parts?
  3. I hear they really do make you money. If it can't go between the barns you could always buy two. 😂👍🏻
  4. I missed it. I'm with you. https://www.ruralking.com/martins-pramitol-5ps-herbicide-1-gallon-82000025?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=shopping&utm_content=62580306&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI2vWEyO2s6gIVzMDACh0pYQzqEAQYAyABEgJ8bfD_BwE
  5. No guts, no glory??? LOL I agree. AgRalk says you are ok if you get a couple .25" soakers before you get a fully washer. I have often wondered about watering it in with the sprinkler to eliminate the problem.
  6. Seriously, nobody recommend Pramitol? 😁. You have to be careful with runoff after application, but it will kill stuff for the year and maybe next year.
  7. Do you still have blue tow behind unit as well? That's the only version I have ever seen in my travels. Both at your place, Midwest BioAg, and around.
  8. I guess I consider 4 years from an ATV battery pretty decent. We run mostly Yamahas and Kawasakis at work with Wintex soil samplers and have the best luck with Advance Auto Parts/Carquest AGM batteries. The Farm and Fleet AGM batteries are a close second. Edit - The soil sampler puts a pretty good load on the battery all day during use. It is basically using it like a deep cycle, not a starting battery. We tent to go through batteries a little faster than normal people because of that. Maybe that's why I consider 4 years pretty good.
  9. Duh, home of Hillbilly Bone. 🤦🏻‍♂️
  10. No way would I ever do that. Scott Fleming 2004 Soil and Land Management - University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
  11. Who's in Red Oak? We will be in Des Moines next month for Summer Type Conference if you will be there.
  12. Not terribly bad. I guess the good news is they were unrestored so they were going to get body work no matter what!
  13. I bent mine by hand, but I have used it pretty hard.
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