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800 workin out!!

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Jlwin

07-26-2013 03:17:48




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Snapped some pictures of dad discing and planting with the 800 yesterday! A little late to plant but better than never!!

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Fred E.

07-29-2013 18:52:11




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 Re: 800 workin out!! in reply to Jlwin, 07-26-2013 03:17:48  
Nice 800, good to see it working. I have a diesel I saved from the scrap yard and need to restore it and get it running one day. I can dream.
FE



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Bobl1958

07-26-2013 13:56:36




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 Re: 800 workin out!! in reply to Jlwin, 07-26-2013 03:17:48  
Nice to see the old girl earning it's keep. Great pictures. Makes you glad you aren't trying to farm 1000 acres with one any longer. Thanks for the pictures. Bob



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Jlwin

07-26-2013 06:25:56




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 Re: 800 workin out!! in reply to Jlwin, 07-26-2013 03:17:48  
The corn is done pollinating, and the beans could use some rain but we are supposed to get some this weekend. We were at an insurance meeting last weekend and the speaker said we were in the "garden spot of the Midwest " right now!



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dlwin

07-26-2013 05:37:06




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 Re: 800 workin out!! in reply to Jlwin, 07-26-2013 03:17:48  
FYI that is for a bird plot.



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Jlwin

07-26-2013 03:31:11




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 Re: 800 workin out!! in reply to Jlwin, 07-26-2013 03:17:48  
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More pics



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RJ Keith

07-26-2013 10:02:50




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 Re: 800 workin out!! in reply to Jlwin, 07-26-2013 03:31:11  
What model drill is that?



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Jlwin

07-26-2013 11:17:18




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 Re: 800 workin out!! in reply to RJ Keith, 07-26-2013 10:02:50  
I think it is an LF but not positive



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1370rod

07-26-2013 05:35:34




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 Re: 800 workin out!! in reply to Jlwin, 07-26-2013 03:31:11  
Nice pics, the corn and beans look really good.



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