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Finnished planting today. pic

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jon f mn

05-17-2013 11:11:50




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Rain held off so we got finished with the planting today.

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1370rod

05-17-2013 17:57:30




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 Re: Finnished planting today. pic in reply to jon f mn, 05-17-2013 11:11:50  
You have one of the most dependable tractors and planters working as a team. At one time around here almost every farmer had a cyclo planter. Rod.



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Don Rudolph

05-17-2013 16:46:11




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 Re: Finnished planting today. pic in reply to jon f mn, 05-17-2013 11:11:50  
Nice pictures and nice planting outfit! I guess I"m not the only one using the older stuff. Wish I could say I was done too. Don



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Case Nutty 1660

05-17-2013 12:10:31




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 Re: Finnished planting today. pic in reply to jon f mn, 05-17-2013 11:11:50  
nice job jon!! I just planted the last of mine today also every thing else is up even the garden except for te corn and carrots



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Alan K

05-17-2013 11:51:12




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 Re: Finnished planting today. pic in reply to jon f mn, 05-17-2013 11:11:50  
....and to think they are building planters now days without markers....(shaking head..) Nice pictures. Mighty nice view.



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Chuck Machinist

05-17-2013 14:24:33




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 Re: Finnished planting today. pic in reply to Alan K, 05-17-2013 11:51:12  
I just rebuilt the seat on my 411 today,and I can only imagine that it must have been one nice ride planting today.I had a scare thinking that I had the rivets in the wrong position while installing the new torsion spring but I got it right.When the rubber torsion spring fails it sits in a false position.My 2sense worth .Wish I was there helping



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