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SMTA and tumble bug plow

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redgems

06-18-2013 21:12:29




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Took smta and # 39 tumblebug out for little exercise. Tony




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John A.

06-19-2013 14:44:35




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to redgems, 06-18-2013 21:12:29  
redgems,You do have a Rare Bird with that SMTA-LP. Yours is Sporting a SM Stage II crosswise tank. There were less of those than most folks really Know!!
Shore-Enough like that single Cotton Front up under the front-end too! Take care, enjoyed the pic.
Later,
John A.



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jim warehime

06-19-2013 13:38:04




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to redgems, 06-18-2013 21:12:29  
All I can say is BAD A**!!! Looks really good jim.



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Kelly MT

06-19-2013 08:26:33




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to redgems, 06-18-2013 21:12:29  
Nice set up. I would not have guessed they had blue paint on them. My #39 looks all red, what paint is left. Do you know of a source for a manual? PK



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Lmack

06-19-2013 17:22:13




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to Kelly MT, 06-19-2013 08:26:33  
All the plows I remember seeing the beams were red and the back of the plows were blue, both Plow Chiefs and Super Chiefs. The coulters were black. I am sure there were some variations. It looks like Plow Chiefs on this unit.



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DeltaRed

06-19-2013 08:54:22




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to Kelly MT, 06-19-2013 08:26:33  
'Binder books' has books.I got mine from them.



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Centex Farmall

06-19-2013 07:26:57




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to redgems, 06-18-2013 21:12:29  
So that's what my "DGS" would look like with some fresh paint and tires.....



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twostepn2001

06-19-2013 03:09:29




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to redgems, 06-18-2013 21:12:29  
Sharp lookin' combo you got there Tony. Too bad that RPRU is so dang far away. That rig would fit right in!



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redgems

06-19-2013 08:53:45




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to twostepn2001, 06-19-2013 03:09:29  
Thanks Twostepin, I would love to take some of my eq. to rpru. My B.I.L. is a trucker and I have the tractors so we are planning one day putting tractors on truck and head back. However we both are still working. Planning as soon as we retire. Tony



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DeltaRed

06-18-2013 21:18:55




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to redgems, 06-18-2013 21:12:29  
Cool! I got to take my SM and #39 out for a plow day this spring.What a hoot!!!!The 'ole super' just played with it.Really glad I dont have to plow 100 acres with it though......



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Janicholson

06-18-2013 21:18:13




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to redgems, 06-18-2013 21:12:29  
Very nice. The SMTA might be on the powerful side for a two bottom. Looks like fun. Jim



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sflem849

06-19-2013 14:38:23




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 Re: SMTA and tumble bug plow in reply to Janicholson, 06-18-2013 21:18:13  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

That's not the YT response! You have to bash him for running too big of an implement and then say, "I know you can't because in 1957 my uncle couldn't even pull 2-12s with his W-9 in our soil so there is no way you could pull 14s." :lol:



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