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Re: First IH or Farmall

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a 1940 something M. It was grandpas first red tractor, and started the sickness from there.

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 Re: First IH or Farmall in reply to KEN IND., 01-18-2013 07:54:47  
I didn't know this was a disease! I thought I was normal and that the people who were sick were the ones who didn't understand my fascination with gears and pistons and PTOs and pulleys and hydraulics and quick-attachable cultivators and threshers and combines and ensilage choppers and F-20s and Ms and Titans and Fordsons and Model As and Waterloo Boys and....have run out of random access memory. What should I tell my doc? Trouble is, I don't really want to be cured.
Years ago, I practically devoured the "literature" that you could get at any tractor dealer's place, as well as by writing the companies (which I did--I was Jr. so the companies never new I wasn't my father!). My wife is tolerant when I offer to tell her the bore and stroke and full-load rpms of an F-20, along with the horsepower as tested at Nebraska, but she only offers to listen when she can't sleep. Says this'll put her to sleep right now! Does, too. I have a hard time understanding her not wanting to know these useful bits of data. You never know when they'll come in handy. I can't say that they've ever come in handy in the last 60 years, but, as the old saying goes, ya never know.

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