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Old 01-19-2016, 06:26 PM
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Old 01-19-2016, 06:31 PM
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That is the BEST, milk, bread and Cub!
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That tractor is way too Purdy to take outside!!!
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That tractor is way too Purdy to take outside!!!
Exactly what I was thinking. That is one good looking Cub. Looks brand new.
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Old 01-19-2016, 06:45 PM
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No way I would take that cub out in the elements.
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That should be a POTW! That sure is pretty!
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I was saying the same thing to myself about how nice it looked but you know what, these things were meant to work so have at it it's only snow!

I'm doing a 108 right now I hope it comes out half that nice
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OK, that tractor is WAY too close to being a trailer queen. Somebody has to call your bluff, post some pics when you bring it back in the garage all covered in snow and muck!
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You guys are funny.
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We are supposed to get plowable snow starting Friday lasting till Saturday. I'll move the BX up to the house garage Thursday so it's ready to go once the crap stops. I will post a pic of it ready to go and trust me milk and bread will not be at the top of my list of necessary things to have on hand. I may get arrested for PWI. :beerchug :
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