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Re: green mag vs two cyl club

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04-10-2014 23:54:58

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As the New Gen became over 50 years old they have attracted the group that is now close to 70 that never had 2 CYL tractors and started on a 4010 in 1961.Theres room for everyone to enjoy tractors of all kinds and most printed material is struggling due to the computer age.If we all liked the same type of women there would be a lot more bachelors.

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04-11-2014 06:26:50

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 Re: green mag vs two cyl club in reply to larryanderson, 04-10-2014 23:54:58  
I did some figuring once, and if you start with the Waterloo Boys and stop with the Gen II 30 series tractors there are only about 70 models. That depends of course how you divide them up, i.e. are the BR, BO and BO separate models? Anyway what this means is that every six years, you are out of models.
As for two cylinder tractors, versus New Gen, versus Gen II etcetera, take a look at the ads, or the tractors you see at a show. Just off the top of my head I would say a third are the post 1960s tractors.
I've had quite a few people tell me over the past few years that they sold all their two cylinders and are concentrating on the newer models.

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04-11-2014 17:30:34

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 Re: green mag vs two cyl club in reply to Richard in Bee, 04-11-2014 06:26:50  
To Richard in Bee, if you are the Richard that I think you are in the Bee that I think you are in, all I can say is "Thank you!" I look forward to the magazines each month regardless of what the feature is, you and your crew seem to mix it up enough that more times than none I seem to learn something new when I thumb through the pages. We in the John Deere collectors arena are fortunate to have not 1 but 2 avenues for staying abreast of the articles, vendors and tricks related to restorations related to JD. Ya"ll keep it up. I collect "John Deere", and not fixing to get into a squabble about 2 cylinders versus 6 or 8.

For those of you that discard your unwanted magazines, I implore that you make the effort of carrying them to your local 4H and FFA classrooms and allow them to possibly spark an interest in this old iron into a youngster. Another idea is to set up a field day to allow them to come out and see the real thing. Lol, we are going to need someone to pick up where we leave off. Yall stay safe!

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