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Re: JD 709 Brush Hog

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08-13-2013 14:15:46

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Mr. Eyeforiron.
When I was in the army and one would go to the supply room you had to ask for the proper nomenclature of the part you were wanting or you didn't get it.
When I was in a civilian job and was in manintance, the same process or you didn't get the part or machine.
There is nothing wrong with being proper and prompt.

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08-13-2013 16:18:48

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 Re: JD 709 Brush Hog in reply to Harvey2, 08-13-2013 14:15:46  
No problem. That's why I put the haha behind it. No offence was taken. I guess some of this is the same as when you ask someone to hand you a crescent wrench instead of saying an adjustable wrench.

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08-13-2013 16:54:21

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 Re: JD 709 Brush Hog in reply to eye4iron, 08-13-2013 16:18:48  
Eye4iron" sounds like you might have a sense of humour. I wuzn't trying to pick on you, its cause in every occupation people tend to rename stuff.
When I wuz in the army, I went to the supply sargent and said I wanted a gizmo to make the thing a ma jig run so the swaush plate would run the gimminling ring and turn the rotor.
He handed me some spark plugs and told me that he didn't fall off a turnip wagon this morning.

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