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SMTA ROLLING AGAIN

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Ellis Kinney

07-27-2017 10:55:34




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What a difference a day makes. As you know yesterday this time I was locked up on a steep hill, without a clue what to do. Full panic mode. I welded the tip with nickel and spent a little time with the file, and I must have guesses correctly (thanks to the picture), because there is a lot less slop at the shifter knob. Without you troops I would still be on the hill. Here are some pics, she is a little dirty from raking hay and pulling the finish mower, but this is a genuine working tractor, never been in a parade or to a show. Ellis

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fbh44

07-28-2017 02:04:57




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to Ellis Kinney, 07-27-2017 10:55:34  
Now THERE'S a work-horse. Good looking, lumbar support, great.



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Dennis K (WA)

07-27-2017 19:13:21




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to Ellis Kinney, 07-27-2017 10:55:34  
Ellis,

Good job and nice tractor. Aren't these forums great.

Dennis



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300jk

07-27-2017 17:05:50




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to Ellis Kinney, 07-27-2017 10:55:34  
Nice looking tractor. I sure do like the seat. Looks real comfortable !



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Ellis Kinney

07-27-2017 18:48:46




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to 300jk, 07-27-2017 17:05:50  
It sure beats sitting in a hub cap for hours raking hay. Ellis



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TractormanNC

07-27-2017 16:46:25




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to Ellis Kinney, 07-27-2017 10:55:34  
Hey Ellis,

What size tires you got on the back of that SM. Looks REALLY glued to the ground. Thanks



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Ellis Kinney

07-27-2017 17:03:03




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to TractormanNC, 07-27-2017 16:46:25  
They are 13.6 x 38 Firestones. 60 gallons of windshield washer fluid per. Steep hills here in Northern Ky. Ellis



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kcm.MN

07-27-2017 13:02:26




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to Ellis Kinney, 07-27-2017 10:55:34  
Sure does look "Parade Ready" to me. Nice job!!



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Charlie M

07-27-2017 12:03:52




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to Ellis Kinney, 07-27-2017 10:55:34  
Nice 3 pt hitch set up - is that something you bought or did you have to make it.



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Ellis Kinney

07-27-2017 12:18:57




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to Charlie M, 07-27-2017 12:03:52  
The 3 point hitch is a Work Saver brand. I do not know if they are still in business. I rigged up the part that holds the tow bar. That turns the M into a real tractor. Ellis



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khouse6

07-27-2017 11:20:39




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to Ellis Kinney, 07-27-2017 10:55:34  
good looking machine



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Janicholson

07-27-2017 10:58:03




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 Re: SMTA ROLLING AGAIN in reply to Ellis Kinney, 07-27-2017 10:55:34  
Well done and no rolling away to oblivion. Nice tractor, always a favorite "modern" tractor. Jim



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