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Re: to two (7 tractors) and trac

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11-14-2012 18:42:13

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I really could use the power steering on your fifty along with the loader and if the standard brain doesn't get it's jugular vein unclogged then it's got a good butt that holds a real heavy box/scrape up for a good 8 minutes.May take a train ride.

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Tony in Mass.

11-14-2012 21:15:44

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 Re: to two (7 tractors) and trac in reply to 2tractors, 11-14-2012 18:42:13  
Sorry 7, the MHF 50 never had power steering. I was hoping yours did. Well, the 35 with the Standard will have a brain transplant yes... but not in Georgia... the 202 has an empty industrial back, so... to swap with the diesel's would make the 202 alot handier...and the diesel can be tied to a rear end than can just do trailer, towing jobs...secret trailing jobs... like hauling firewood... in the woods... deep in woods... at night...... dark windy nights where the smoke can carry off downwind of MY house... still haven't figured out how the sleeping animals are going to deal with the noise... So! Can you still hop freights down there? Should be easy, CSX all the way...
If you can find an empty southbound flatcar, we can put on a couple loader frames, sortof a project condition Dodge pickup... how are you going to get my Florida 35's on a moving train? Don't get hurt...

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11-15-2012 16:48:50

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 Re: to two (7 tractors) and trac in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-14-2012 21:15:44  
All us hoboos know each other, better put a padlock on everything but the 23c. LOL

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