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Re: stacking hay old style with the DC and Duncan

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07-06-2013 05:10:54

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As always Tom great pic's from one of my new favorite states. I know in the past I called the Ducan the erector set I'am sorry I did that I meant no dispect. I still would like a ride up on the ole girl. Sure beats walking alone a wagon and hoist'en bales on to a wagon and then stacking them!!! I'am sure you have told us but I forgot what yr. did they build that "high tech" wagon loader?? Hey Jon it would be worth the price of gas to drive ta wy. just ta see you "ride" the ducan!!! hee hee. As fur OSHA they got better things ta do then chase around folks that got a Ducan just my 11 cents worth. Thanks again Tom great stuff.

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07-06-2013 10:43:51

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 Re: stacking hay old style with the DC and Duncan in reply to McKerrow630, 07-06-2013 05:10:54  
Gregg I have never taken any thing you said a disrespectful at all the police reference was to the one who had such a problem with the man lift before lol as to the year the loader was sold new with the tractor in 1948 thanks for the comments have a great day

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