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danjwv

04-21-2013 16:47:37




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third party image The tractors finally have a home!
third party image The trusses were added.
third party image Putting the tin on.
third party image Almost finished.
third party image The back.
third party image Inside.

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axe55

04-21-2013 21:15:57




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to danjwv, 04-21-2013 16:47:37  
nice looking building & tractors.you will love it. i had a 36x48 put up 5 years ago. salesman told me no matter how big you make it, you will wish you made it bigger lol. sad part he was right both tractors sit outside . i want to add a lean to, but that money issue keeps getting in the way . i would like a few of those hills, we are flat landers. john



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Don Rudolph

04-21-2013 19:31:53




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to danjwv, 04-21-2013 16:47:37  
That is a really nice building! Are you guys professionals? Don



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Ronald in NWMO

04-21-2013 19:28:52




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to danjwv, 04-21-2013 16:47:37  
You will never regret building this shed. The only thing you will regret is not making it bigger.Ha-Ha They are expensive!!!



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Adirondack case guy

04-21-2013 18:33:48




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to danjwv, 04-21-2013 16:47:37  
They get small real fast, but I see that you also have some terain issues to deal with also.
Nice building.
Loren



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Danjwv

04-21-2013 19:03:54




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-21-2013 18:33:48  
Acg
Thanks forthe complemen on thebuilding.
Here in good ole wv if you dont have any flat groud, you fire up the chainsaw cut 13 trees down ,thats what it took to put the building where 300 and 800 is setting . Then took 410 jd hoe dug out stumps, Then fired up D4d and made a building site . Just took all summer to make room for 16x 60 building
Was just happy to put 30 series tractors inthere.
Danj

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TimBinWV

04-21-2013 18:15:45




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to danjwv, 04-21-2013 16:47:37  
Great job, Dan! Wish I had the roundnose! (is that the one your Dad had?)



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Danjwv

04-21-2013 18:32:34




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to TimBinWV, 04-21-2013 18:15:45  
Hey. Tim
Yes 300 has sat out this winter, yea i know shame on me,
And yes got off of dad it came from kentucky
Picture is of other garage ,told daughter we had better post pictures of tractor before pictures of new building.
Left you a post about 446 mower deck ffurther up on board
Got any new toys lately, Come up Dan



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TimBinWV

04-21-2013 18:55:50




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to Danjwv, 04-21-2013 18:32:34  
Latest add is a '49 VAC with mounted plows, cultivators and a sickle bar mower. Haven't had it running yet, but it's pretty straight, with all the little pieces (factory lights/belt pulley/hand crank/ even has the original cover for the belt pulley nut/shaft when pulley is off tractor) still on it.



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Danjwv

04-21-2013 19:08:17




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to TimBinWV, 04-21-2013 18:55:50  
Tim
Thats great always room for 1 more. Dan



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Ken Jentges

04-21-2013 17:00:45




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to danjwv, 04-21-2013 16:47:37  
Looks good. But if it's like mine, it won't be big enough!



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Danjwv

04-21-2013 18:05:13




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to Ken Jentges, 04-21-2013 17:00:45  
Hello. Im really proud of this buillding and i dont have a door till this week and dont know when on concrete but am thrilled to be getting tractors inside soon or atleast this summer.
Have missed a lot of case bargains because of no place to put them. Dan



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Case Nutty 1660

04-21-2013 16:56:05




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to danjwv, 04-21-2013 16:47:37  
NICE!!!



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Danjwv

04-21-2013 18:15:26




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-21-2013 16:56:05  
Thanks Tom
Really glad to get semi finished ,will get a door this week and concrete soon. I know it just take loads of cash flow to do this stuff but i hope the building fairy comes to see you and get some of your goodies inside for you too. We just have to do things a step at a time here, hate to stick my neck out the way the world is. Thank you for the complement, Jason k. Said you guys talk on skype sometimes ,would love to join and meet you. Danjwv

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Case Nutty 1660

04-21-2013 18:30:13




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to Danjwv, 04-21-2013 18:15:26  
sounds good we did not do the "Case" chat on skype this winter seems every one was busy but we have a good time when we do, as to a buildinh here that will not happen for some time as these tough years take a long time to come out of but thankfully we do have a dry climate so what sits out does not wate away very fast I do keep all of my nicest combines inside and they take up a lot of room lol

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Danjwv

04-21-2013 18:43:39




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-21-2013 18:30:13  
Tom
By no means was i throwing a rock at you about a building,,understand very much about tough times ,been saving for several years to get this done, also thankfull for the winter we had ,meaning we had a lot of snow and i do snow removal work in the winter, Sam Walton. Aka walmart has bought i lot case tractors for me and the family. Haha
They just didnt know it. I just hope good comes your way and you can get stuff inside. Love to talk tto you and swap a story or too. Danj

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Case Nutty 1660

04-21-2013 19:08:52




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 Re: Home for the tractors in reply to Danjwv, 04-21-2013 18:43:39  
I never took it as putting me down in any way glad you could do the building two things wrong with it 1 its not mine 2 it would fill up to fast here LOL



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