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Re: New Allis B owner-soon

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02-25-2013 20:54:51

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The reason you had to fix them all the time was they shake them self's apart. If you have dentures you best leave them in the bath room or you would be looking for them in a hay bale.

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Dick L

02-27-2013 04:30:30

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 Re: New Allis B owner-soon in reply to old, 02-25-2013 20:54:51  
Many people now days run the cycle mowers at to many RPM"s. As a kid starting to mow Dad would not want us to run a tractor over half throttle when mowing. If you happen to ride a horse drawn ground drive mower and take note of how fast the cutter bar is running you will see that half throttle on a tractor is faster.

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02-27-2013 09:13:10

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 Re: New Allis B owner-soon in reply to Dick L, 02-27-2013 04:30:30  
Yep but then how many people do most stuff on tractor way to fast. I have seen many a person rake hay in the highest gear the tractor has and then wonder why they have to replace teeth all the time. LOL

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Dick L

02-27-2013 12:57:41

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 Re: New Allis B owner-soon in reply to old, 02-27-2013 09:13:10  
With the dust and clods flying in the air.

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02-27-2013 15:34:41

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 Re: New Allis B owner-soon in reply to Dick L, 02-27-2013 12:57:41  
Yep or the guy who brush hogs in 3rd gear or higher and wonders why he keep shearing shear pins or not cutting things as good as he wants them cut

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