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Re: Soundguy

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12-14-2013 17:25:39

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I got a VAC.. neat lil tractor i must say...of course i like most any narrow fronts.. :)

i also read the IH board as I have a cub, C and an H

I read the allis board since I have a G

and while I have a JD-B.. i really don't visit the greene board much.. :)

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George Marsh

12-15-2013 17:15:32

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to soundguy, 12-14-2013 17:25:39  
Besides narrow front ends, do you have a favorite tractor?

I only have an IH C, Jubilee and a T5C terramite, which some not think of as a tractor. My favorite is my mom's old IH C. Love the ride the most. My workhorse is the T5C. I use it more than the other two tractors combined.

I know a guy who has an AC 45. He is thinking of getting rid of it. Told him I want first dibs.


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12-16-2013 07:47:00

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to George Marsh, 12-15-2013 17:15:32  
I really love my narrow front rowcrops.

it's hard to pin down a single tractor since I do different jobs.

if I'm mowing.. I like the 950.. if i'm moving hay.. I like the 850 with superior loader.... if I'm digging a hole.. i like the 850 with a backhoe.. :)

If I'm mowing ALOT of open land.. I liek the 7610s and 15' batwing mower. ;)

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George Marsh

12-17-2013 06:21:37

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to soundguy, 12-16-2013 07:47:00  
Guess I have to agree with you. Each can do something special. Just like tools. Not one tool can do everything, but each tool can do something better than the rest. Fun Hobby, even more fun using them.

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12-17-2013 06:45:17

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to George Marsh, 12-17-2013 06:21:37  
reason i like my regular mowing on a rowcrop is i set high enough to see better.. and stay out of the chaff a bit. plus they turn pretty good too.

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George Marsh

12-17-2013 11:28:45

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to soundguy, 12-17-2013 06:45:17  
Yes, I think the zero turn of a tricycle is far better than a dixie, ride, high enough to stay out of the dirt and chaff.

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12-17-2013 11:47:12

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to George Marsh, 12-17-2013 11:28:45  
and stay away from dogs!

mine has 14.9-28 rims.. so it rides extra high..

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George Marsh

12-17-2013 14:35:34

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to soundguy, 12-17-2013 11:47:12  
Don't care tire size you have. When the wheel runs over something the dogs left behind, it still smell each time the tire turns over, especially on a hot day. George

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12-17-2013 15:47:45

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to George Marsh, 12-17-2013 14:35:34  
i'm just trying to stay away from the ones that want to run up and nip at you. :)

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12-15-2013 05:55:06

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to soundguy, 12-14-2013 17:25:39  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Been thinking about finding a Case NF to go with my others.

What do you think of yours?

Anything glaring on that brand that I should watch for when looking?


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12-16-2013 07:47:59

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to NoNewParts, 12-15-2013 05:55:06  
the vac is pretty easy to work on.. i would prefer a 3pt.. but.. whatever.. :)

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12-15-2013 04:15:14

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to soundguy, 12-14-2013 17:25:39  
Nice looking tractor.I don't have a Case currently in the herd.Last addition was a International B 275D.


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12-16-2013 07:48:24

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to Vito, 12-15-2013 04:15:14  
was fun to work on...

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12-14-2013 20:53:59

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to soundguy, 12-14-2013 17:25:39  
I have 2 VAC parts tractors and a VAI that one of these day i need to get back to fixing. Seem the older I get the slower I get to fixing things that need some TLC

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12-16-2013 07:49:10

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 Re: Soundguy in reply to old, 12-14-2013 20:53:59  
i hear ya.

i'm looking for a 960/961 myself. w/ ps.. just have not seen an affordable one...

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