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Re: How many-'same' tractor?

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04-21-2014 20:32:36

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By your post title I thought you were asking how many "Same" (foreign brand) tractors were made. Then I read your post! I"m on my second D17, but in hobby tractors my multiples are: 4 WD, 2 WD45 (missed a cheapie last week), 2 RC, 3 WC. The other 6 are singles.

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04-21-2014 21:33:26

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 Re: How many-'same' tractor? in reply to JMS/.MN, 04-21-2014 20:32:36  
Read the title and thought he was going to ask about Same branded tractors.

Started reading his post and thought he was talkin about liking his wife. The Ms.

Oh boy, I need to go to bed......

We owned 2 Ford 960s at th same time.

Dad owned 1/2 of an F20, an H and a 300 all at the same time, same tractor just newer models. (The F20 had a mounted picker on it, was shared with his brother.)


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04-22-2014 06:35:47

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 Re: How many-'same' tractor? in reply to Paul, 04-21-2014 21:33:26  
NoNoNo!!!I got ONE wife.I dont need any more!!!!!

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04-22-2014 10:04:48

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 Re: How many-'same' tractor? in reply to DeltaRed, 04-22-2014 06:35:47  
That was funny reading the first time, until I got it sorted out. ;)

I hear you on one being enough. Happy with my vintage model.


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04-22-2014 03:54:22

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 Re: How many-'same' tractor? in reply to Paul, 04-21-2014 21:33:26  
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Paul, my thoughts went exactly the same as yours. I have among others a 960 and two 901s.

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