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CASE 444 roadblock

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1370rod

08-19-2012 07:45:04




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My wife has been dropping these little hints lately that perhaps someone should take the time and mow the lawn again so the house would be easier to find. Well that someone is me and the house really is'nt that hard to find. Like most of the midwest we are still in drought conditions so the grass was brown all summer. However the recent cool temps and a little over a inch of rain a week or so ago have really greened things up. So OK I'll do it. The last time I mowed was the first weekend in June, was cleaning things up for a family reunion. So it's been awhile. While mowing in the backyard I came to a bush that normally is not there. This is where I cut down a ash tree a couple yrs ago. These little suckers are ussually a couple inches tall when mowing and you go right over the stump. Not today. Now I have to find the saw, moved everything to work on the Case Cave. Rod.

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Ande

08-20-2012 05:33:40




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 Re: CASE 444 roadblock in reply to 1370rod, 08-19-2012 07:45:04  
Rod it sure makes those jobs easier when you can use the old "444",she looks in very good shape,nice of you to post and share.



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Case Nutty 1660

08-19-2012 12:57:06




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 Re: CASE 444 roadblock in reply to 1370rod, 08-19-2012 07:45:04  
sure is a good looking 444 Rod of course all your tractors are very nice,,, you could stop by here and borrow my rough cut pull type hyd drive mower I bet with the push guard you could get te 444 over it LOL cnt



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1370rod

08-19-2012 20:48:45




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 Re: CASE 444 roadblock in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-19-2012 12:57:06  
Hi nutty, I sure would like to find a sickle mower for this. Rod.



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Adirondack case guy

08-19-2012 12:20:55




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 Re: CASE 444 roadblock in reply to 1370rod, 08-19-2012 07:45:04  
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Rod, Show your wifey these pics. from the Case lit. that I have. These tractors were built for women to drive, so men could drive the big Cases. I'm sure you will get a few choice coments if she sees this post from me. I'm glad I live out of shotgun range from you, HaHa.
Loren

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1370rod

08-19-2012 20:46:54




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 Re: CASE 444 roadblock in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-19-2012 12:20:55  
I have to show her these pics. thanks, Rod.



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JGarner

08-19-2012 11:58:15




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 Re: CASE 444 roadblock in reply to 1370rod, 08-19-2012 07:45:04  
Before I cut all of that down I would spary it with some Remedy and wait a week or so. Remedy works best on the green leaves than applied to cut ends. Cut the dead off and you won't have to trim to mow ever again. May have to fill the hole in 10 years from now after the stump decomposes though.

Jim



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1370rod

08-19-2012 20:20:15




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 Re: CASE 444 roadblock in reply to JGarner, 08-19-2012 11:58:15  
I'll give that a try. thanks, Rod.



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casecollectorsc

08-19-2012 10:36:00




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 Re: CASE 444 roadblock in reply to 1370rod, 08-19-2012 07:45:04  
I mow with a 446 and 60" deck. Sure seems to make the job go quicker than using the ones with 44" and 46" decks.



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1370rod

08-19-2012 20:17:50




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 Re: CASE 444 roadblock in reply to casecollectorsc, 08-19-2012 10:36:00  
Sure wish I could find a 60 in. I've see a few on ebay but there always states away. Rod



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mopargeek

08-19-2012 08:06:30




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 Re: CASE 444 roadblock in reply to 1370rod, 08-19-2012 07:45:04  
nice looking tractor make the wife happy have a nice day



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