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Powerful tractors

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Harvey2

10-04-2013 16:24:24
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Years ago I heard there wuz a farmer that souped up his tractor and it had soo much power that vhen he plowed da field it wood throw the soil on the next farm.
I don't know if an thats so, but I drove a truck that had so mucha power if you applied full throttle it wood spin the concrete off da highway.
The ingine came off a river boat that thay had to quit using cause hit had su mucha power that it wood cause the river to run bak ards.

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Stick welding

10-04-2013 23:33:25
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 Re: Powerful tractors in reply to Harvey2, 10-04-2013 16:24:24  
Chuck Norris must have built them!



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samn40

10-04-2013 23:30:38
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 Re: Powerful tractors in reply to Harvey2, 10-04-2013 16:24:24  
Talking about trnadoes ...It was so windy here the other night that one of our hens laid the sme egg 3 times! Sam



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Richard G.

10-05-2013 05:15:58
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 Re: Powerful tractors in reply to samn40, 10-04-2013 23:30:38  
My uncle used to say " the wind blew so hard, it blew the kitchen out the window and turned the wash pots inside out".
Richard in NW SC



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Royse

10-04-2013 21:46:07
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 Re: Powerful tractors in reply to Harvey2, 10-04-2013 16:24:24  
The feller over yonder has one that goes so fast the plow just skips
along the top of the ground like a fishing lure behind a boat at full speed.



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JayinNY

10-04-2013 19:16:50
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 Re: Powerful tractors in reply to Harvey2, 10-04-2013 16:24:24  

Before I fixed my bale thrower, it would throw the bales over the wagon and into the next county. True story???



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ShadetreeRet

10-05-2013 10:28:36
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 Re: Powerful tractors in reply to JayinNY, 10-04-2013 19:16:50  
I have seen that happen! For sure!



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Old Popper

10-04-2013 17:13:58
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 Re: Powerful tractors in reply to Harvey2, 10-04-2013 16:24:24  
Yah, we had a tornado once that pulled the well out so far we had to borry the neighbors extension ladder to pump water for the livestock.



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old-9

10-05-2013 03:50:42
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 Re: Powerful tractors in reply to Old Popper, 10-04-2013 17:13:58  
It rained so hard here last week, that an hour after it quit, still had 3 inches on the clothes line.

joe



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ss55

10-04-2013 22:21:29
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 Re: Powerful tractors in reply to Old Popper, 10-04-2013 17:13:58  
That happened to Grampa's well too. After that he used it as a silo.



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fixerupper

10-04-2013 17:21:48
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 Re: Powerful tractors in reply to Old Popper, 10-04-2013 17:13:58  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seePopper, are you watching the weather right now? Jim



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