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Keeps the John Deeres away ???

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Don L.

12-29-2009 16:55:37




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interesting....,didn"t see it in the option listing on the sale lititure. Must be a later Pounds Motor CO Special.
Don L.




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boston bean potty

12-31-2009 06:17:05




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 Re: Keeps the John Deeres away ??? in reply to Don L., 12-29-2009 16:55:37  
thats monsantos advanced guard for you guys stealing the hybrid seed... you better stop it ..ps how do you get all the trash out of the seed ??? and cant believe that john deere had a failed project ..BUHAHAHAHAHAHAHA



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Brian in Ohio

12-29-2009 19:50:34




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 Re: Keeps the John Deeres away ??? in reply to Don L., 12-29-2009 16:55:37  
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Whether it is Deeres or Nazis, Case has been maintaining law and order for over 60 years!



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dboll

12-30-2009 05:43:19




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 Re: Keeps the John Deeres away ??? in reply to Brian in Ohio, 12-29-2009 19:50:34  
I saw the reproduced jd unit at the Clay Co. Fair a few years ago.



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Mathias NY

12-30-2009 04:40:26




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 Re: Keeps the John Deeres away ??? in reply to Brian in Ohio, 12-29-2009 19:50:34  
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An interesting bit of trivia. Deere actually produced and tested a couple of prototype tractor-tank units during WWII, based on a model A. No, it was not a successful project...

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LenND

12-29-2009 18:19:20




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 Re: Keeps the John Deeres away ??? in reply to Don L., 12-29-2009 16:55:37  
Is that rig for hunting ducks or geese? No, maybe flying elephants. lol Quite a setup.



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Agri King

12-30-2009 20:27:11




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 Re: Keeps the John Deeres away ??? in reply to LenND, 12-29-2009 18:19:20  
Too funny. I can't stand those 2 cyl. tractors. They are missing half of the engine.



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J Heitkemper

12-30-2009 20:31:46




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 Re: Keeps the John Deeres away ??? in reply to Agri King, 12-30-2009 20:27:11  
and them hard workin 2 cyl.s will gut the hell outof gearboxes on a cycle bar haybine ...



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J Heitkemper

12-29-2009 19:30:23




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 Re: Keeps the John Deeres away ??? in reply to LenND, 12-29-2009 18:19:20  
May be a bad Omen for the future ,. With BIG Brother watching , Thouight Police , Political correctness , a fruity Neighbor predicted 40 yrs ago The masses of starving people will swarm out of the cities looking for something of value to steal and trade for something to eat. "your Cows will be half Butchered in the fields ".!.....and this is one way to keep order..



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