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Please Stop it

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12-13-2003 18:49:34

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This is a ple from a man that ones a Ford(8n)and a Allis Chalmers(B). All tractors are great! All have there problems! But Stop our fighting! We are all brothers here! Saving our heritage. Some of us are farmers here. We got more things to consern us,than fighting with friends. The next negitive coment about some other tractor. Ignore it! let us all gro up! Who is with me?

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uncle B

12-15-2003 22:27:43

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
If it ain't orange.........it ain't right!!!!!

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Chris Brown

12-14-2003 17:44:38

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
I like them all.Even a JD ,I never owned a Deere,but I would. I believe the best damn tractor in the world is the one I happen to be sitting on at the time,be it red,orange or green .And the one the neighbor has is not nearly as good as mine.

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12-14-2003 16:03:50

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
Lets see now...I can't diss my mother-in-law, I'm a diabetic, so I can't eat what I want, my super strength has dwindled to that of an 8 year old, I've been the cancer route, my back is in such bad shape I lost 4" in height in the last two years...and now I can't diss tractor's that ain't RED. Dang...these golden years are TOUGH!

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12-14-2003 17:24:12

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 Re: Re: Please Stop it in reply to redrev, 12-14-2003 16:03:50  
WAAAAH! We'll all chip in and buy you a box of "Pampers" for Christmas. --Suppose you want only the ones with little Ford tractors printed all over them. *LOOSEN UP & GET A LIFE*

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12-14-2003 18:07:10

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 Re: Re: Re: Please Stop it in reply to Woody, 12-14-2003 17:24:12  
Hey !!!You just hit on a real moneymaker!!!Just think Depends with your favorite color and make of tractor imprinted on them !! might not be so embarrassing for all the oldtimer's that use them.

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Pat Cruise

12-14-2003 08:06:38

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
Aint no room for green tractors with red wheels here,OUTPULLED 2 olly 77's with a stock wd allis,not even a 45,Although I do have a fondness for olivers,they are a good machine,Only tractor I couldnt beat was a Custom with 6-cylinder Chrysler flathead in it,Maybe thats why.Hmmmm

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Steve in N.J.

12-14-2003 07:17:53

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
Just cause' ya own a Ford no matter what it is, it don't make ya a bad person! I've owned a 29 Ford P/U for the past 25 years. It has a Chevy drivetrain in it, but hey, nobody's perfect ya know? LOL! My favorite tractors carry the Persian Orange color, but I like all antique tractors no matter what color they are. I also enjoy checking out the restorations their owners have done to them! Some are just unbelievable the blood, sweat, tears & dough that was put into them. Some are a work of art. A little "bustin'" though, is good for the morale. Keeps ya young.... LOL!
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits

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12-14-2003 06:59:29

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
That was a good one Rusty! LOL! He's right though folks...we're just all having a little fun...or supposed to be anyway! Have fun...life's too short!

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Rusty Jones

12-14-2003 06:49:50

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
Awww, c'mon, folks have been having fun, dissing other folks tractors, cars, boats, anything and everything! Why, my friends were dissing my choice of 1948 Ford convertible over a Chevy convertible, back when they were new cars! But, my Ford could out run, out pull, anything Chevrolet had for sale. I towed my dirt track racer all over Western Pennsylvania with my Ford car--never had any trouble with towing! But i took a lot of ribbing from my friends about the Ford! Ford had the V/8, while GM had the "stove-bolt 6", which had trouble getting out of its own way! Hot rodders had a saying about Chevys: "Paint it green, so you can hide in the grass and watch the Fords roar by!" So, you see, this "ribbing" has been going on for a long time! It is all done in fun! And if ya don't like what folks say about yer Ford tractor, go buy a better one! RJ

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12-13-2003 21:47:21

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
Oh...I don't think anyone is having a bad time here,just playing around. Heck...everyone knows that a Ford is just to have to take up space in the garage! They can't really do any real work,because they're weak. They look good at the tractor shows though,with their pretty shiny new paint and new tires. Well...gotta go and get my Allis and a chain...need to pull that Ford out of the muddy ditch down the road!

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12-13-2003 20:42:11

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
hey, just check the pull results. if that don't do it. bring em out next spring.

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12-13-2003 19:48:06

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
I agree I own 2 fords 1 oliver 2 farmalls 1 JD 1 allis, a cletrac and a gallion. They are all good but 1 can and is better for some things. All tractors have good points and bad points.

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12-13-2003 19:47:36

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 Re: Please Stop it in reply to UNKNOWN, 12-13-2003 18:49:34  
I guess I am knida dense because I was not aware of ant fightiing going om here. If you are concerned about the Ford vs. Allis post a little earlier that is good natured ribbing and is part of the tractor world. At least that is the way it is aroung here in my part of the world.

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