I understand the desire protect his interest here, but the reality of it is I'm going to make one myself either way. My approach will always be to do what I can myself and buy what I can't. A large part of that is being raised by depression dirt farmers who's only option was if you break, you make it. I am protecting my own interest by making what I can, spending my time vs. my money, in the interest of spending my money (of which I don't have a limitless supply) on what I absolutely have to (like more tractors). We could say the same thing about every mechanic's shop, they are good at what they do, so we should preserve their interest by giving them our patronage, yet most of us by far do our own work. Many places you can draw this line.
So, regardless if I get any answers here or not, I'll figure out a way to do this and it will work and I will learn by doing so. Just thought I'd ask.
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