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A few Red Power pictures.

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Grandpa love

06-13-2018 18:41:03




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Oh my goodness! What a lot to see ! Here's a few pictures. First one is our cub in the feature tractor area.

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RBnSC

06-14-2018 05:14:41




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Grandpa love, 06-13-2018 18:41:03  
Great pictures. I believe that boy is putting on some wait. I'm glad y'all starting feeding him again. That high clearance M reminds me of where I grew up. Tomato farmers had lots of them. I remember playing on a group of six of them lined up, all red. Got fussed at for messing with them.
Ron



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rrc300 u

06-14-2018 02:00:45




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Grandpa love, 06-13-2018 18:41:03  
I like the pictures especially the snowblower one. A guy I work with says when he retires he's loading everything up and heading down south. He says on top of his camper will be a snowblower out in the open and he's going to drive South until someone asks what is on top the camper, he figures that ought to be far enough to avoid any snow.



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Rich'sToys

06-13-2018 21:03:02




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Grandpa love, 06-13-2018 18:41:03  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Thanks for clearing that up. That was kcm's pic of the day a couple weeks ago. I've been wondering about that ever since.



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jeffcat

06-13-2018 20:51:37




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Grandpa love, 06-13-2018 18:41:03  
Just bet if you drove that Christmas tree machine down the road people would be running into the ditch looking at it.



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larry@stinescorner

06-13-2018 19:04:28




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Grandpa love, 06-13-2018 18:41:03  
nice pictures!!!



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grayrider

06-13-2018 18:57:00




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Grandpa love, 06-13-2018 18:41:03  
Tell us about the second picture with the Farmall A, never seen one set up like that, what was it used for?



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Grandpa love

06-13-2018 19:10:46




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to grayrider, 06-13-2018 18:57:00  
Mowing around Christmas trees! Only 7 ever made. Really cool tractor I will get a few better pictures on Friday of that one



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SweetFeet

06-13-2018 19:52:17




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Grandpa love, 06-13-2018 19:10:46  
Hmmmm. Wondered at that bumped axel too... would never have guessed its purpose.

Looks like you and Grandma and kiddles had a great day.



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Old Popper

06-13-2018 18:55:18




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Grandpa love, 06-13-2018 18:41:03  
What was the purpose of the right side axle assy on that Super A ?



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Dave H (MI)

06-13-2018 19:01:43




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Old Popper, 06-13-2018 18:55:18  
Christmas tree shaping. Saw one like it at rpru a few years ago.



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paul

06-13-2018 21:15:21




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Dave H (MI), 06-13-2018 19:01:43  
The Christmas tree unit, is the right wheel powered, or is it just one wheel drive?

The cotton machine on the narrow front end - you can't have any kind of hill at all of any kind, cotton might be light, but that much that high up - wow on a narrow front no less.

Paul



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Johnofnewhaven

06-13-2018 18:51:34




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 Re: A few Red Power pictures. in reply to Grandpa love, 06-13-2018 18:41:03  
Looks like a great time!!! Thank you for the pictures.



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