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The Red

06-04-1999 09:07:13

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I couldn't disagree with you more. Sure there are occasional responses that might be a different technique. And occasionaly a response is not correct. BUT WE ARE HUMAN! I think this site is ABSOLUTELY GREAT! As much as I have horsed with Hs, I still pick up interesting tips.

This beats the pre-internet days when you couldn't get information in a timely matter while working on your tractor. Relying on a farm neighbor only usually spelled trouble for me. I would end up breaking something worse than what it was. Like the time my neighbor said, "sure you can pull that bull cage straight out". Uh huh.

Try ATIS. You will find that not every response is correct over there also.

Nuff said.

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john d.

06-04-1999 12:06:41

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 Re: Re: PLEASE READ AND PUT IN 2 CENTS WORTH!!!!!! in reply to The Red, 06-04-1999 09:07:13  

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Al Davis

06-04-1999 11:50:11

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 Re: Re: PLEASE READ AND PUT IN 2 CENTS WORTH!!!!!! in reply to The Red, 06-04-1999 09:07:13  
I could not have said it better. Here I was in the middle of the Northern Neck, VA with a tractor I had never worked on wondering who in the world I could talk to about the PTO grind I was experiencing. While I never got a response on my PTO question, the opportunity was there unlike many years ago. I'd be stuck but good if it were not for BB's like this. The advice might be chancy, but at least it's there.

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The Red

06-04-1999 11:57:41

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 Re: Re: Re: PLEASE READ AND PUT IN 2 CENTS WORTH!!!!!! in reply to Al Davis, 06-04-1999 11:50:11  
Al what I really find interesting is Kim's classifieds. It has really nationalized parts. When I put out a WTB for another H radiator, I had 12 replies. Prices from $50-$175 in various conditions. Had 6 replies on the long PTO shield. Got a dandy, including shipping for $50. One individual wanted $100 plus shipping!

As I said in my article, I would have parted that H if it wasn't for the fact I felt I could get anything and everything for that project. Uhhhh, credit cards haven't recovered. Oh well!

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