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The biggest mistake I ever made

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Mikey

09-02-2007 08:44:57




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...was putting an after market cab (Cozycab) on my 1974 870. Back when I put it on in 1979, it served it's purpose, but now I don't like it or want it on there.

I only use this tractor during the summer nowdays and it's H-O-T inside that thing on some really nice summer days. In the winter, the tractor is stored in the pole shed.

Someday soon, I'm going to rent a hoist and yank that piece-of-junk cab off and I don't care if I sell it or scrap it.

Has anyone else gone through this?

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Johnny D From MN

09-03-2007 18:06:50




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 Re: The biggest mistake I ever made in reply to Mikey, 09-02-2007 08:44:57  
Lighten Up Guys!!!!!!!!!! It Sounds to me like it Must be all you guy's Time of the Month???



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mj

09-03-2007 20:19:51




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 Re: The biggest mistake I ever made in reply to Johnny D From MN, 09-03-2007 18:06:50  
What you said.



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boston bean potty

09-03-2007 08:35:51




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 Re: The biggest mistake I ever made in reply to Mikey, 09-02-2007 08:44:57  
waaa waaa waaa he bored today.......knock the winders out and be a real hillbilly



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T.K. in PA

09-02-2007 09:55:12




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 Re: The biggest mistake I ever made in reply to Mikey, 09-02-2007 08:44:57  
we've got a 970 with factory cab, no air. Use it mostly just as a power unit now.
Sometimes it gets used as the feeding tractor in winter, but most of the time it just sit an runs the poop pump



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Doc Larry

09-02-2007 09:46:23




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 Re: The biggest mistake I ever made in reply to Mikey, 09-02-2007 08:44:57  
Well I thought he bought a JD!third party image



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JTinNJ

09-02-2007 09:42:25




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 Re: The biggest mistake I ever made in reply to Mikey, 09-02-2007 08:44:57  
I thought he was talking about getting marryed.



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bradley martin

09-02-2007 09:21:29




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 Re: The biggest mistake I ever made in reply to Mikey, 09-02-2007 08:44:57  
Well Mikey, if that is the biggest mistake you ever made, you are 1 very smart fellow. What is the big deal...take it off! If it has been on since '79, it sure down't owe you anything....and it is very unlikely it has any salvage value. I don't understand why you are whining on here.



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