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tractor ride on the 20th

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kenbob

02-22-2021 10:04:39




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Pictures from the Freeze Your Nuts and Bolts Off tractor ride. Temp was 9 above when we started which was and improvement of the week before by about 40 degrees. The week before was almost selected for the ride when my brother picked the week several months ago. Of 18 tractors our family made up 4. Russ (8nhenry) owns the two 8ns (of course). He is on one, nephew on the other. One brother is on the 60 Oliver, which my dad bought after I was gone from home. I am on the 351 with my not-
quite-Case orange stocking hat. Might be the last time I represent the brand on the ride for a while. Someone offered me $3000 for my tractor and I might let it go to obtain a 430 that I can use on my farm in Missouri. THe intent was to someday move the 351 from Iowa to Missouri, but in reality the 430 with power steering would do better on my small 2 acre ranch.

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8NHENRY

02-23-2021 18:23:28




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 Re: tractor ride on the 20th in reply to kenbob, 02-22-2021 10:04:39  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see A couple more. The best part is tha 4 of us brothers and 1 nephew got together





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Chuck machinist

02-22-2021 13:03:08




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 Re: tractor ride on the 20th in reply to kenbob, 02-22-2021 10:04:39  
I am glad to see you fellows braving the elements. I have a faint memory doing that just to do daily chores. One was spreading manure. A story that I will share another day. Coffee and hot chocolate milk probably never tasted better that day! CM



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kenbob

02-22-2021 13:19:49




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 Re: tractor ride on the 20th in reply to Chuck machinist, 02-22-2021 13:03:08  
Yes to that!



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