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The FORD helping out

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larry@stinescorner

02-12-2020 05:25:37




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I dont get down here much,,just wanted to post a picture of the 2000 helping out








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steve19438

02-12-2020 12:17:17




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 Re: The FORD helping out in reply to larry@stinescorner, 02-12-2020 05:25:37  
60 ft barn ?



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Lynn Patrick

02-12-2020 06:32:10




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 Re: The FORD helping out in reply to larry@stinescorner, 02-12-2020 05:25:37  
Looks like an original Ford or Dearborn pole! Got one just like it & agree they are one of the most useful tools!



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Billy NY

02-12-2020 06:01:30




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 Re: The FORD helping out in reply to larry@stinescorner, 02-12-2020 05:25:37  
3 pt boom pole, lighter duty version like yours appears to be, is about one of the handiest and most useful attachments I can think of, a heavy set of 3 pt forks is as well. I have one from TSC, leaning up against the wall under the overhang, it's so light I can carry it by hand and easily mount it on the 3 pt hitch. Easy option to use if one needs to hang a deer, and or use it to haul one in from the field.

I'm surprised that stone did not make the front end light, maybe it's a less dense lighter type of stone ? Looks like your brother is really getting things sorted out and the clean spaces you made in those buildings now have a purpose !

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RoadsideGeo

02-14-2020 18:33:05




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 Re: The FORD helping out in reply to Billy NY, 02-12-2020 06:01:30  
They sure look handy. I've been scouring CL for quite some time. Guess they're just not as plentiful here in north Jersey and rightly so. Hopefully one of these days. Suppose I'd be dreaming to use one as an engine hoist to change an automobile clutch...



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