Posted by Ultradog MN on March 06, 2014 at 09:42:17 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Tractor's Name posted by mwbailey on March 06, 2014 at 08:42:05:
I used to name them but have been through a few tractors in the past few years so don't name them much now. I'm kind of a closet WWII naval history buff so always gave them historical names. I still have my little go-to mowing tractor I call Arleigh Burke as it is a rough and tough, don't try this at home, get er done machine. - after one of my heros in the fighting around Guadalcanal. For a while I had an oversized engine in one of them so I called it Musashi as it seemed like the Musashi/Yamato battleships it burned about 43 tons of fuel per hour at battle speed. But I sold that one. I'm building a new one here that might replace Arleigh Burke one of these days. Hadn't thought about naming it but now that you mention it maybe Admiral Halsey will do.
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