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Thanks for the split-frame ideas!

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Mitch - MS

04-19-2002 12:19:41




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'Preciate all the input on the splitter frames! I'll let you in on my situation. I'm the one that had all the questions about my 1066 not staying in reverse. I still haven't fixed that problem. We built a house in '99 and I have been moving dirt behind the house ever since(evenings and weekends). Tuesday, I finished up and now I'm ready to plant grass (about 2 acres) and gravel my road. I built 2 pads to put sheds on. My next move is to relocate an old tractor shed onto one of the pads. I plan to widen out the center isle to 16' and pour a concrete floor. Then I will have a good place to tear down my tractor and fix it. It'll take all the extra money I can come up with to get my shed ready - then I'll have to save for tractor parts. What I'm getting around to saying is that my projects move slow due to lack of funds. I think the tractor bug is as addicting as a cocaine habit! I have been playing on, driving, talking about, and dreaming tractors as long as I can remember. I'm really getting a kick out of this disscussion board. I may drive you guys crazy with questions, but you have already been a big help.
Just wanted to say thanks,
Mitch Sisson
Bellefontaine, MS

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04-19-2002 17:03:48




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 Re: Thanks for the split-frame ideas! in reply to Mitch - MS, 04-19-2002 12:19:41  
This is, without a doubt, my favorite place "on the net." Trust me, there are a lot worse "addictions" than ol' iron. I should know, I've been through about 100 tractors. I sold a rare JD to a farmer in Kansas, and when I delivered it, I learned it was his 560th John Deere...now there's a serious collector.

I sold my 77 Vette a couple years ago, so my "M" is my new sports vehicle. I really enjoy it, and I really enjoy farm folks. In my "never to be humble" opinion, I think they are the salt of the earth. Thanks to all of you for your help on this board and thanks to Kim for maintaining it.

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