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Re: Before after, my newly painted 52 B

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Ken/Wa

09-11-2002 07:32:01




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Ken/Wa

09-11-2002 07:43:50




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 Re: Re: Before after, my newly painted 52 B in reply to Ken/Wa, 09-11-2002 07:32:01  
I have tried every which way to post, but no luck. They posted OK on the other site. I will have to work on it tonight.



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Dick L See if this works

09-11-2002 08:25:16




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Ken/Wa

09-11-2002 18:51:27




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Before after, my newly painted 52 B in reply to Dick L See if this works, 09-11-2002 08:25:16  
Thanks Dick! That's what I like about the AC people, if we are computer challenged, someone will help. I have posted here before, and did not have a problem on the other site. I tried putting the URL address in both boxes, what did I do wrong? Ken/Wa



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Dick L

09-12-2002 09:11:01




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Before after, my newly painted 52 B in reply to Ken/Wa, 09-11-2002 18:51:27  
Your host does not support the Optional Image URL and you forgot to type in a Link Title such as album, or pix, or any other thing you wish to call it. I picked it up by right clicking on your little window with the x and clicked on properties then copied and pasted the URL into my browser. I took a look to see if it were safe and then copied the URL into the Optional Link URL box and then typed album into the Link Title.

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dave

09-11-2002 10:00:01




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Before after, my newly painted 52 B in reply to Dick L See if this works, 09-11-2002 08:25:16  
WOW!!! You've done a nice job!! Really looks nice!
Hope someday to do the same with my C. Where about's are you in the country? We're in Southwest Michigan. Just moving there from Houston onto almost 10 acres of heaven!

Anyway.....really nice job!! Looks really good! How does the sickle bar mower work? I'm looking for a good used one myself, either a mounted one or a pull-behind such as we use to have....a New Idea.

Have a great day.

Dave and Nancey

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Ken/Wa

09-11-2002 19:14:25




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Before after, my newly painted 52 B in reply to dave, 09-11-2002 10:00:01  
Located in Auburn Wa, with a place over in Forks that I keep the brush down a couple of times a year. Also adopted a place in Snoqualmie, Wa that is about 20 miles from Auburn that I keep my tractors at and maintain for a lady. She just buys me gas and a part once in awhile. The sickle mower works great, especially since Rod/NH e-mailed me the instruction manual. I have a rotory cutter on my 8n, but love to run the sickle bar. Nice for going under the fence. I grew up on a dairy farm in Wapato Wa, so it brings back fond old memories of cutting alfalfa. It relaxes me running my little tractors. Sometimes I would not mind being a hired hand on someones farm, if I had a place to live, a little money, and could bring my little B. Maybe bring my girl friend too. but that is not a deal breaker. Would have to be a pretty farm though. No rock patches for this guy! Ken/Wa

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09-11-2002 09:53:04




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Before after, my newly painted 52 B in reply to Dick L See if this works, 09-11-2002 08:25:16  

sharp!



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