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07-10-2013 21:18:14

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Do any of you guys have family tractors of your neighbors?

This VAC was the neighbor boys I grew up with grandpas tractor.

The tractor has the original paint and has been well cared for.

They kept a piece of oiled carpet under the battery so the battery tray/ instrument panel/ tool box area is real solid.

I had not ran it in a while, I oiled it up and fixed the lift so it wont seep down to keep the plow out of the dirt.


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j hikemper

07-11-2013 21:40:49

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 Re: Neighborhood Family Tractors in reply to NickatKY, 07-10-2013 21:18:14  
Nik It Amazes Me How you And I can recall the story of each tractor we have acquired ..,2 weeks ago I secured the deal with Mom on my Dads 430 demonstrator ,, and I have POPs 51 DC too .. and my brothers and sisters are glad too .. the 800 came from a neighbor farm about 6 miles south of here , the Rodney VAC came from 6 miles north of here .. the 730 was part of Bills haydeal that took 3 yrs to nail down , my 1070 was someones family farm pride and joy at one time ,then hardtimes came and I rescued it , it sports factory air and radio ,, none working now ,, but one of these days,,. my 4020 deer woked its azoff for the wolf bros . some 10 miles north of here,,. its had a easy life here ..

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Michael Beeker

07-11-2013 12:12:23

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 Re: Neighborhood Family Tractors in reply to NickatKY, 07-10-2013 21:18:14  
Hey Nick, just a curious question.? I have the same setup on my 48" VAC, but I for the life of me can't figure out how you lower the plow with the front chained up to the cultivator boltster. Must be some new fangled CNH technology that I don't know about. Thanks for the pic's!


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07-11-2013 21:38:43

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 Re: Neighborhood Family Tractors in reply to Michael Beeker, 07-11-2013 12:12:23  
I don't have to lower the plow, I just pop a wheelie and steer with the brakes!!!!!!!!!

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