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Jon's big adventure

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jon f mn

06-20-2014 10:45:01

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Just setting out on a weekend "stuff gettin" trip. Made a deal on a project 1030 in southern Wi and when a couple friends heard I was coming down they said they had some stuff in Mn and would pay me to bring it down. Also made a trade so instead of straight down, first it's 275 miles northwest to grygla Mn to pickup a 97 massey and 2-4 bottom plows, stop near Brainard Mn on the way back for a baler thrower. Add my 4 bottom plow and it will be a full load. On the way back I'll have the 1030 and a 333 massey and some parts for another full load. Going to be maxed out each way so I'll know if the stuff getter is any good by the time I get back.

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Adirondack case guy

06-20-2014 14:05:50

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 Re: Jon's big adventure in reply to jon f mn, 06-20-2014 10:45:01  
We're all expecting pics. by Sunday. Hope the 1030 project tractor will turn out well and has no crankshaft damage.

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j hikemper

06-20-2014 15:00:07

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