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Sold the Ag project

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Grandpa love

02-23-2021 05:20:41




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Bought this cub in pieces. High school ag program started to restore it and sent it back in pieces. We bought it years later. Sat in the barn a couple weeks, we started on it last Monday got it running and the pressure plate broke. Split it. Fixed it. Put it back together. Sold it with in a week. Then had time to spread gravel in the barn and worked on the drainage issue.....maybe the water will stay out of the barn

Also built some cedar shutters for a customer. Got to seal them and let dry. Then install them

5 sets. Will also wrap the front porch posts with cedar

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larry@stinescorner

02-23-2021 14:02:28




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to Grandpa love, 02-23-2021 05:20:41  
If your looking for a cub see Rand K

They will get one ready for you in a day



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RobCons

02-23-2021 11:42:32




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to Grandpa love, 02-23-2021 05:20:41  
Kevin lives in an area known for its white marble. Its known as Slyacauga or Alabama marble. It's been used world wide by artist and stone masons. You've seen it in and around Washington D.C. as it was used in Lincolns bust and other structures.



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DoubleO7

02-23-2021 07:31:12




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to Grandpa love, 02-23-2021 05:20:41  
Looks like recycled crushed concrete to me.



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Grandpa love

02-23-2021 11:36:31




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to DoubleO7, 02-23-2021 07:31:12  
Huge marble quarry in town....... This is the stuff that ain't good enough for calcium carbonate slurry......



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Gary Mitchell

02-23-2021 09:14:52




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to DoubleO7, 02-23-2021 07:31:12  
Looks like good old crushed limestone to this Missouri son. gm



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300jk

02-23-2021 10:47:57




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to Gary Mitchell, 02-23-2021 09:14:52  
Around here our crushed limestone is a medium to dark gray color. Not used to seeing it that light/white looking.



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Gary Mitchell

02-24-2021 07:47:10




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to 300jk, 02-23-2021 10:47:57  
Ours is to after the lime dust wears off. gm



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300jk

02-23-2021 06:33:27




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to Grandpa love, 02-23-2021 05:20:41  
Is that what color all gravel is down where you live ? It looks very white. Our gravel here is tan/brown . Looks like the Grinch tractor is sitting in the snow ! Very nice work!



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Grandpa love

02-23-2021 11:39:00




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to 300jk, 02-23-2021 06:33:27  
Just the gravel from the marble quarry is white. All the rest is gray...... The white is cheap. Not good enough for calcium carbonate slurry. Google maps. Sylacauga AL. You can see the huge pit.



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formerly ny bill

02-23-2021 16:15:26




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to Grandpa love, 02-23-2021 11:39:00  
man, that pit is HUGE! how far from your house?



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Grandpa love

02-23-2021 18:22:44




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to formerly ny bill, 02-23-2021 16:15:26  
Bill. 3-4 miles.



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Richard G.

02-23-2021 06:15:01




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to Grandpa love, 02-23-2021 05:20:41  
I remember yall loading a corn picker on my trailer under that big tree.
Barn looks good with that gravel under it.
Should make it nicer for your Chief Mechanic to work on things after she gets those wonderful biscuits cooked.
Your friend in NW SC, Richard



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svcummins

02-23-2021 05:40:10




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to Grandpa love, 02-23-2021 05:20:41  
Love & Love dealers in high quality and cubs parts and custom tractors cub kings of Alabama

I wish I could get half as much done in a year as you do in a week



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larry@stinescorner

02-23-2021 13:59:30




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to svcummins, 02-23-2021 05:40:10  
No time gets wasted at R and K

They work on Cubs everyday

Find someone who wants to pay

Then the send it on their way



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svcummins

02-23-2021 22:36:51




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to larry@stinescorner, 02-23-2021 13:59:30  
😃😃



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Larry EC-OH

02-23-2021 06:20:40




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to svcummins, 02-23-2021 05:40:10  
You're no slouch SV. I was beginning to wonder if you ever sleep.....

Larry



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svcummins

02-23-2021 06:26:51




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to Larry EC-OH, 02-23-2021 06:20:40  
I do sleep my share just depend when I get to



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Geo-TH,In

02-23-2021 06:19:30




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to svcummins, 02-23-2021 05:40:10  
I wish I could find a cub under $2500. They are the price of gold in Indiana. I admire anyone who has found a nich in life that he loves and makes money. Good thing I can't find one. I have too many lawn mowers as it is.

george



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Geo-TH,In

02-23-2021 05:36:14




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 Re: Sold the Ag project in reply to Grandpa love, 02-23-2021 05:20:41  
The only way I've found to keep water out is move dirt. Raise the floor or lower ground outside. Or both. George



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