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And so it begins...(pics)

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BillyinStoughton

12-24-2011 08:31:14




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Now that I've knocked the Paulson loader off dad and I dragged the WD-45 in the shop yesterday. I started with a compression and leak down check on the mill and everything is in good order. Then we knocked the tin and tank off and ran that through the bead blaster last night. Now it's on to building a new wiring harness and continue to assess the situation as to what it needs. I'll keep you's guys posted as to how the resto goes.

Billy

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tim[in]

12-26-2011 11:15:45




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 Re: And so it begins...(pics) in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-24-2011 08:31:14  
How big is your shop? It looks like a great size for a small one? thanks in advance!



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BillyinStoughton

12-26-2011 15:32:48




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 Re: And so it begins...(pics) in reply to tim[in], 12-26-2011 11:15:45  
We've got two shops actually. One is for the dirty and heavy work and the other is for reassembly and paint. The teardown shop is a modest 24 x 44, but it serves it's purpose well. The finish shop is 60 x 90 and also stores the toys.



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jeffalex2

12-26-2011 06:06:22




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 Re: And so it begins...(pics) in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-24-2011 08:31:14  
That's great! WD45 is the tractor I wanted but wound up with a Super M. Just couldn't find one in my area.



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WI Dave

12-25-2011 09:45:36




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 Re: And so it begins...(pics) in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-24-2011 08:31:14  
Did you sell the loader yet?



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BillyinStoughton

12-25-2011 12:00:15




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 Re: And so it begins...(pics) in reply to WI Dave, 12-25-2011 09:45:36  
A gentleman is stopping by to pick it up tomorrow. If for some reason he doesn't show up I'll keep ya in the loop. Where ya live at Dave? My address is Stoti, but I'm mayor and sole proprietor of Utica, WI.



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Aaron Ford

12-24-2011 10:00:53




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 Re: And so it begins...(pics) in reply to BillyinStoughton, 12-24-2011 08:31:14  
That looks ike fun!

Aaron



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BushogPapa

12-24-2011 12:51:49




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 Re: And so it begins...(pics) in reply to Aaron Ford, 12-24-2011 10:00:53  
Nice, it has a belt pulley..!!

Hope all goes well..

Ron..



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