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Re: Ok, I'm bored. So I need ideas.

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Jason S.

09-02-2013 04:02:20

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Yeah that a horrible problem to have Tony being stuck with two TO-30's. Here I am all I can ever find is TO-20's. Your wanting a TO-20 so you can have a royal straight flush but I wouldn't think you would have a royal flush until you added both a TE-20 and a TEA-20 to the I got outbid on a pretty decent 1952 TEA-20 a while back. It went for $830.00. A complete running tractor with good tires. There is a TO-20 for sale near me for $750.00. If I hadn't of sunk so much money into my TO-20 I would trade with you Tony.

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Tony in Mass.

09-02-2013 09:45:49

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 Re: Ok, I'm bored. So I need ideas. in reply to Jason S., 09-02-2013 04:02:20  
Don't worry Jason, my money and your money are worth equally little! Inno's money might be worth more than ours again. That's the problem, a 20 on Craigslist that 'needs TLC'... might be a money pit, and my well running 30 has no date to the dance...sorta thing.... it is such a reliable tractor... with a loader that I don't need anymore, just got the bugs out of the loader this spring, just as the 202 came back together with its old Davis...but no one wants the 30 cause no one has any muscle tissue anymore. I have 4 way loaders on the Cockshutt 540, MF65, now the 202, and still an MF50 project with a Lord loader still on it. That's more than enough loader tractors unless I go in the gravel pit business... hey I still have the banana looking loader that came with the F40... Oldmisterbill will help you drive, he knows the roads, and can't sleep anyway...

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09-02-2013 18:30:03

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 Re: Ok, I'm bored. So I need ideas. in reply to Tony in Mass., 09-02-2013 09:45:49  
I,m ready - whose got the lobstah. I need fuel too. :-)
This post was edited by oldmisterbill at 19:32:56 09/02/13 2 times.

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