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Thursday, October 23, 2014

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Trailering Your Tractor - by Curtis Von Fange. One of the fun things of summer and fall are the parades and tractor shows that go on across America. Many owners of tractors travel long distances to attend these shows and they usually take their restored iron along with them. Safe trailering practices and inspections will ensure that the event is a fun one. A good habit to develop when using a trailer is to give that ‘quick look over’ before taking it on a trip. Before hooking up to it check the tongue for proper operation. The latche ... [Read Article]

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Tips for Buying a Used Tractor - Locating The Tractor

Buying a used tractor may be the most economical and practical method of obtaining adequate power for the small or part-time farmer.

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    Photo Spotlight Survey Says
    Oliver Super 44

    John - NC
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    How do you show off your restored antique tractor?
    1. Parades  (75 votes, 5%)
      
    2. Antique Farm Equipment Shows  (371 votes, 26%)
      
    3. Tractor Pulls  (303 votes, 21%)
      
    4. Auto Shows  (17 votes, 1%)
      
    5. Just drive around countryside  (132 votes, 9%)
      
    6. Museums  (29 votes, 2%)
      
    7. I don't show them off  (495 votes, 34%)
      

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