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caseman-d

04-09-2013 18:35:48




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It's snowing, old man is snoring as the saying go's. Took these from the door as I didn't see any need to venture out. Most snow we had here in western SD in a couple years. Hope this is just a start for moisture. You might even see a case tractor or two.
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axe55

04-10-2013 13:14:19




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 Re: It's Snowing in reply to caseman-d, 04-09-2013 18:35:48  
It's 70+ in Central ,Il. I don't like snow. Caseman-d those are great pic's nice collection. I really like the 2 rows of tractors. With that many tractors do you have a scheduled time period to start them. the reason i ask i let things sit to long. time flies by. john







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caseman-d

04-10-2013 15:39:22




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 Re: It's Snowing in reply to axe55, 04-10-2013 13:14:19  
I try to start them three or four times a year, maybe some not as often. Yes with them sitting it's a hassel with the gas ones. Diesels not so bad. I used to have a young kid come by and I would let him drive them around. He grew up and has a job so I don't see him as often.
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casecollectorsc

04-09-2013 18:51:35




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 Re: It's Snowing in reply to caseman-d, 04-09-2013 18:35:48  
Is that a 140 baler in the last picture??



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caseman-d

04-09-2013 20:52:14




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 Re: It's Snowing in reply to casecollectorsc, 04-09-2013 18:51:35  
It's a NCM manual wire tie
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jon f mn

04-09-2013 18:44:58




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 Re: It's Snowing in reply to caseman-d, 04-09-2013 18:35:48  
That 1030 ain't makin much headway with that there rock.



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caseman-d

04-09-2013 20:56:44




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 Re: It's Snowing in reply to jon f mn, 04-09-2013 18:44:58  
It's actually a tree stump and it's not giving one bit.The snow almost got the chain covered

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