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Tonight's Feature Farm Trucks

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John B.

03-14-2013 16:38:10




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Do you have a picture of your farm truck or some one else's??




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Hay_Man

03-15-2013 17:08:40




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03-15-2013 16:37:31




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495man

03-15-2013 14:05:19




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7.3 6-speed, overkill on the bumper pull.
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Bruce from Can.

03-15-2013 13:53:07




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Heres mine,1976 GMC and my 1989 f800 ford



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4020deereboy

03-15-2013 13:45:57




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03-15-2013 13:54:19




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Bobl1958

03-15-2013 12:21:41




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Here's my '77 Ford Truck. Love the way it drives. Bob



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sdc eastern ia

03-15-2013 06:37:43




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I just love those cabover fords. Tried buying one but got an IHC instead.



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nebraska cowman

03-15-2013 05:16:09




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Lots of nice trucks! Here's mine 1970 Ford C700

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Texasmark1

03-15-2013 06:14:19




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 Re: Tonight's Feature Farm Trucks in reply to nebraska cowman, 03-15-2013 05:16:09  
I had one of those with a V8 engine and wood stakes on a tilt bed. It was fun to drive, but a pain when you needed to service the engine.

Mark



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Billy NY

03-15-2013 05:05:32




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'64 F-600 at the nearby sawmill just before loading some lumber

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'74 DM Mack, early one morning at the nearby elevator, headed for their scale to weigh up a load of hay.


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'74 DM dumping a load of sawdust at a 2000 head dairy near the bins and where they make up the feed, incidentally, the load was on overnight, got real cold and it was froze up, about 2 hours later after digging out 3/4 of close to 40 cu. yds.

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Almost done chopping it out !

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Rick Kr

03-15-2013 08:53:40




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Too bad you didnt have an excavator or backhoe to reach up in there and help pull it out.

Did that a few times with my Hein Werner posted below. Michigan clay can get very sticky with a little water mixed in.

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Billy NY

03-15-2013 09:23:14




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Its funny you mentioned that, they were expanding at this time, another huge and I mean absolutely huge barn going up, not sure what the increase in livestock was, but heard they were somewhere over 1000, headed to 2000 head. At the time there was a nice size excavator on site, as they were also construction another huge bunker, in addition to the massive bunker's they already had, its hard to imagine all the ground they plant to fill these, incredible, the size of this place.

I may have been able to get the excavator over, take a couple of swipes as you can see I did it with a grain shovel, but given the chaotic state of the place alone, feed wagon loading, all the other trucks unloading and the additional activity with the bunker and new barn, I decided I had better stay put, probably waste more time getting him over there, as well as walking around on foot at this place, you stand still too long something is going to run you over. Then there is always the chance the operator could whack the sileage body or the back door, and it don't take much to screw that up as I have seen with repairs already done to it from who knows what or just years of work. Was real cold out, I was dressed with insulated bibs, when I was younger probably would have taken an hour, so I hoofed it out, it was a goof, letting the load stay on the truck and freeze up, as it was loaded at dusk. Dumping up there in the dark, perpendicular to the ramp, is uneven ground, had to really fuss to get somewhat level, at night I can see it easier to turn one over, as you just can't see and they should have illuminated this area much better, thankfully I always had a feel for this and am a seasoned veteran on tri-axle dumps with much heavier loads, you kinda know the limits, but even though, with all that, and some hand labor included, was a lot safer, turning over that truck was not an option, so I figured it was no big deal, I did not even charge the time I had to do the hand labor, as the profit on this sawdust bedding was for crap, run used to take me an hour and a half, and if one tire blew out, profit on the load is lost and you're in the red, he stopped hauling it, just no money in it and they wanted it cheaper than what he was doing anyway, hard to get sawdust, and when you did, the truck had better be timely at the mill or its gone, was a real pain sometimes, and I hauled from the 2 largest mills around here.

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Rick Kr

03-15-2013 17:46:03




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I bet you kept warm shoving that out.

A lot of the guys around here spray the beds with fuel oil (really anything they have, engine oil, trans, hydraulic). Works for a little while. I wouldnt try it with sawdust.

Watched a guy put a bucket tooth through the bed of my buddies truck. Luckily no damage to the cross sills underneath. Welded a patch in. Funny how equipment gets used when you have hired hands running it. The truck driver was great on my friends equipment, the excavator/hoe guy, well I think he could break anything he touched.

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JayinNY

03-15-2013 08:10:16




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Billy, what elevator is that? The one on Swart hill road? Looks kinda like Phils place?



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Billy NY (peg leg) :)

03-15-2013 09:06:10




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 Re: Tonight's Feature Farm Trucks in reply to JayinNY, 03-15-2013 08:10:16  
Thats right here in town, Hewitt's, its possible you have seen there trucks, they haul grain all over, can't recall how many tractor trailers he has, he rents and owns quite a bit of land, just starting planting next to me, land used to be in rental for as long as I can recall to the farmer who owns the DM Mack I used to drive. Nice people, the elder gent of their family, still out on the equipment, rather see the corn than houses ! LOL

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Heyseed

03-14-2013 21:28:58




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03-14-2013 20:50:02




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my pickup, ready to go to a tractor show and the big GMC silage truck.



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Wheat Farmer

03-14-2013 20:36:42




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Timing is everything, I got the F600 out today and hauled some Alpaca Manure to the neighbors.



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Rick Kr

03-14-2013 20:11:01




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Topkick C6500, Cat diesel.

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Dcm

03-14-2013 20:08:11




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Our 1947 Ford 2 ton that went through a 7 year restoration project. Dad"s original truck that was traded off, bought by a neighbour, bought back from his estate, & now resides back on the original farm. Dan



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JRSutton

03-15-2013 06:05:32




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Good friend of mine just bought that exact truck - a 47.

We've been slowly getting into it - hopefully it'll look like that someday!

if you've got any more pictures, I'd love to see them.



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Bob

03-14-2013 20:05:56




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Still at work... my 1953 GMC and 1957 Chevy trucks loaded with stoker coal for heating my shop. The '57 was repowered in the 70's with a "Turbofire 327". The '53 GMC is powered by a 270 I-6.



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G1355

03-14-2013 20:01:57




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Here's our old 2006 don't have any more traded it for the 2012 powerwagon, not actual one don't have a picture of it, but its the exact same as this one.

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Kevin in OK

03-14-2013 19:59:53




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My 1997 F150 pulling the 1950 Ford 8N. Picture was taken in 2008 in Oklahoma City, the tractor resides at a little pecan orchard near Cashion, OK. I still drive the pickup and plan to for a while. The tractor was on its last legs in the picture, and is presently in non running condition. It is currently being stored until I can fix it for good, sometime within the next 3 years.

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Dan in Ohio

03-14-2013 19:53:21




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Bringing another 70 D home in 2008.



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SweetFeet

03-14-2013 19:42:43




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Our "used-to-be" grain truck when we farmed.
This is the one that I urged my husband to wait one year before selling - to make sure he really wanted to let her go.

Edit: Forgot to say the grain box panels were removable... this is obviously the rock box for hauling gravel. And you should have seen the pit guys look when he would drive that old girl down into the pit and have them fill 'er up with crushed rock.

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This post was edited by SweetFeet at 19:46:47 03/14/13.

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Dan in Ohio

03-14-2013 19:57:44




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That is my favorite , very nice old truck.



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Dave Sherburne NY

03-14-2013 19:36:53




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1980 Mack truck and a antique Reo truck that belongs to someone in Canada, brought down to the restoration shop where my son works to have the engine put right. Been in the same family since new. My sons boss is an expert on Reo Engines. He owns at least two Reo Cars and they have another Reo truck almost ready to leave the shop now.

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charlie n

03-14-2013 19:21:14




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Erik Ks farmer

03-14-2013 19:15:18




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98 3/4 ton Chevy

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76 C600 Ford
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66 F600
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Dan in Ohio

03-14-2013 19:11:10




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2009 , BIL harvesting corn, beautiful day.



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pete black

03-14-2013 19:10:38




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this pickup was used on a 40 acre farm in cullman, al. the orginial owner had a larger truck that he used for the bulk of the heavy farm work. this 1/2 ton could carry 40 bushels of sweet potatoes to the farmers market 40 miles north in birmingham, al. i purchased it in 1996 from the owner's son after it had been covered and then placed in an enclosed barn. and yes, once again; factory paint and even has the factory spare tire.

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D7fever

03-14-2013 19:06:04




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Here are a couple of mine.



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KAK

03-14-2013 19:04:14




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08 Duramax



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Kow Farmer

03-14-2013 18:59:42




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Here is my 1989 3/4 ton Chevy 4x4 farm pickup.
Kow Farmer (Kurt)



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JayinNY

03-14-2013 20:48:54




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That's in really good shape for an 89, great shape, up here in NY, they rust out from so much road salt. How many miles you have on it??



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Kow Farmer

03-15-2013 20:03:32




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Hi Jay,
It has 173,000 on it. I don't drive it much. It is not a daily driver. I use it for hauling feed ,cattle or whatever else I need a pickup for. Lucky if I put 2,000 miles on it a year. It only gets 10mpg pulling a trailer or not. Thanks for the compliment.
Kow Farmer (Kurt)



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greenmech

03-14-2013 18:52:43




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92 Dodge Ram. Ron Mn.



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G1355

03-14-2013 19:55:20




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That's one nice old dodge, does it have a 12 valve cummins or is it a gas



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Larrystinescorner

03-14-2013 18:29:41




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The neighbors old ford dump truck



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B-maniac

03-14-2013 18:25:57




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This was our first "truck" on our new farm in 1961. Wasn't she cherry?



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rusty6

03-14-2013 22:51:12




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I like those old Fords but I don't own any. Here is my oldest, a 59 IHC B110. It has been on the farm almost exactly 40 years. I'm thinking of putting it back on the road this summer.
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Larrystinescorner

03-14-2013 18:25:42




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dont know if the tracker qualifies,but I used it like a truck

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SweetFeet

03-14-2013 19:50:41




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larry@stines,

They are tough little buggers. Our son has a buddy with one that they take to Mud Bogs... they have rolled it an it still keeps on going, like an EverReady Bunny.



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samn40

03-14-2013 18:30:23




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That is a Suzuki Vitara where I come from, Larry! Tough little jeep. Sam



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Larrystinescorner

03-14-2013 18:38:47




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The timing belt went on it,I used it a lot,got it for free sold it a while ago



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JD John

03-14-2013 18:23:23




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2003 F-350 loaded up and heading to tractor show



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Ray

03-14-2013 18:28:11




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my duramax



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Jeff NWOH

03-14-2013 18:10:45




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I don't farm, but my 04 Dodge the day it was new and 94 topkick.



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Cjet

03-14-2013 18:10:15




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This is our 1967 F-350 with a dump bed. We are in the process of installing a 1974 cab. It has a 390 with 4-speed.
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Ray

03-14-2013 18:33:20




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my neighbors in the creek again.



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Fritz Maurer

03-14-2013 18:04:14




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We use it to run to the fillin' station for a bottle of pop



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Walt Davies

03-15-2013 13:34:45




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Did you know that little Scooter is worth between $2500 and $3000 just as it sits. Saw on in worse condition on the Pickers the other day they payed $1500 and thought they stole it.
Walt



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Fritz Maurer

03-15-2013 16:33:03




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That's kind of nice to know that I didn't get totally shucked on the thing. I got it during a town-wide rummage sale here in Wellington. I actually drove away from it, but I got stopped by a train and while I was sitting there I was trying to talk myself out of buying it. But I knew I'd never see another one for $350. It's an Eshelman, with a model 23 Briggs. The trunk was crammed with parts from another one, everything but the frame and the body

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Texasmark1

03-15-2013 06:24:56




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Is that a Cushman with a 5 hp briggs, kick starter?

Mark



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Bruce Bushnell

03-14-2013 17:59:05




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My 93 Chevy



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We use SUV type vechicles on our farms, mostly Landrover products as they are indestructable and easy to work on. I did drive a classic Range Rover up until 2 years ago similar to the library image in my pictures, (but in red not maroon) I now drive a Toyota Landcruiser. Double cab pickups are starting to make some headway here as we can reclaim some of the original sales tax, but they are not very practical and are very thirsty! Sam

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03-14-2013 17:48:50




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About 10,000 small squares hauled per year, 53 at a time.



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1977 Chevy my father bought new. 45,000 miles. 350 V8. Retired from hauling cattle and used for hauling wheat, corn, or whatever. 1973 4400 combine.

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"68 Chev C50;'89 Dodge Cummins;"66 Chev C50;66 GMC;70 Ford F100.

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03-14-2013 16:56:58




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Just this one that somebody else posted one time.



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onefarmer

03-14-2013 17:25:15




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Red Green's Limo? Or just a redneck limo?



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03-14-2013 18:31:40




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my 1933 chevy again.



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03-14-2013 17:12:29




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Messcan migrant mover.....



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Rusted ought to pick that up for a Yoder Toter



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