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Re: MHF202 goes to the spa

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11-26-2012 16:15:01

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I am sure you needed a bath after taking that loader off, Tony, but how did your body cope after not having a bath in 55 years, did you go into some sort of shock or what! Maybe you should have washed the tractor before bathing as after washing off oil and grime I usually need to wash my face at least. I bet everyone around you can breathe more easily now..... If you get as long again without bathing someone else might just do your next big washdown!!! Sam

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11-26-2012 17:11:14

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 Re: MHF202 goes to the spa in reply to samn40, 11-26-2012 16:15:01  
And you didn't even say thank you for the side badge I photograghed just for your collection...insted you concentrate on my.... hey I got diesel on the sleeve of my jacket, the sedement bowl of the 23c unscrewed too far- couldn't get it back in.... so threw the jacket in the wash, lots of soap... it still smells old diesel. That engine is on borrowed time. The arse end of that 35 might go on the back of this one, should I figure out why it is siezed so tight. AND I thought you would have something to say about my totally organic home made lunch.... you couldn't have missed that one?

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