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Re: a Deal 42 years in the making worked out TODAY !!

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1030 TOM

11-04-2012 17:35:45

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good looking old tractor, i really like the western style and that one has a three point ,they are hard to find in ky , one question the right rear tire ,what kind of rare beast is that thanks for the pictures, i was also wondering are there any phesents in your area tom

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Case Nutty 1660

11-04-2012 17:49:57

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 Re: a Deal 42 years in the making worked out TODAY !! in reply to 1030 TOM, 11-04-2012 17:35:45  
no pheasants right around here that are not "planted" as we have too many fox and coyotes for them to last long, do know a place up the road that has paid hunting of them, the tire was a long time hold over at a tire shop, it is new but as you can see very old all it has done is went from the field to the shed where she was stored the last 6 years or so, I will be putting different ones on it by spring, and although I do agree with hte comment it would look better with 38" rubber I will keep it stock and feel at our elevation the 38" rubber would gear her up too much and cause a possible power loss, I know for a fact she pulls very well with this tire set up cnt

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