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I Put the Toys Back In the Box For The Winter.

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Adirondack case guy

11-23-2012 15:57:18




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Been going to do this for the last couple weeks, but weather held, and had other priorities. Really wierd day, to day, with the Orange glow before sunrise and a high temp. of 59F at 2:30 this afternoon. Winds picked up all day out of the south. At 3:00 it was raining, but the rain smelled like the first spring rain. I haven't been out to see if the night crawlers are out.LOL, but the temp has dropped 15 since dark. 2-4" snow predicted for tomarrow and temps. no higher than 38F all next week.
Anyways, I backed out the 770, 411B and started the VA. the "little gimper" started and ran till the carb was empty. Guess I need a bigger hammer or I will have to take the carb apart to free the float valve. I tucked the 430,440, 411B, Kubota KX41, and 770 into the Tractor Barn and hooked up the solar bat, charger up to the 770. I need some more wire to tie all the batteries together, and hook a small inverter to them to give them a little excersize this winter, ( small outside light with an eye on it).
Moved the VA into the Shop, where I hope to give it a facelift this winter. (Dan, The Chalange is on to get them ready for Prom Night.}My poor 300RN is still outside, but will be warm and toasty in the cellar by mid next week, along with my B21250 Kubota.
We got lots of food put away for the winter, and lots of wood to keep us warm. Let Winter come! I'm about ready.
Loren

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Kow Farmer

11-24-2012 09:29:56




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 Re: I Put the Toys Back In the Box For The Winter. in reply to Adirondack case guy, 11-23-2012 15:57:18  
Loren,
Do you have more pics of that sweet lookin' 770? The 70 series are my favorites. That tractor looks very sharp! Thank you.
Kow Farmer (Kurt)



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NickatKY

11-23-2012 19:46:35




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 Re: I Put the Toys Back In the Box For The Winter. in reply to Adirondack case guy, 11-23-2012 15:57:18  
Nice Shed Space!!!
Thanks for posting
Nick



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1370 pwr in ne

11-23-2012 16:12:05




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 Re: I Put the Toys Back In the Box For The Winter. in reply to Adirondack case guy, 11-23-2012 15:57:18  
looks like they just fit.thats the first time i've seen pics of the 770.sweet!!



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Adirondack case guy

11-23-2012 16:50:58




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 Re: I Put the Toys Back In the Box For The Winter. in reply to 1370 pwr in ne, 11-23-2012 16:12:05  
Bro and I have 770s that are twins also. HeHe
Loren



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