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Old 01-21-2016, 03:31 PM
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OK, I'm all ready now. I was a little low on anti freeze so I had to run out before the storm and stock up.
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Old 01-21-2016, 04:10 PM
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Anti-freeze is just another word for alcohol we know where you went!

Hoping we actually get something so the 125 can flex its muscles, hasn't been out of the shed since the beginning of December!
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Mine: 72 w/ k301, 3 125's, 1 w/ hydro lift, 38,42, & 2 48 decks, 2 42 front blades, QA-36a & QA-42a thrower, tiller, lo-boy 154. Also, LOTS of parts.
family's:2 105's, 2 106's, 149, 2 lo-boy 154s, Farmall Cub.
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Old 01-22-2016, 12:27 PM
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by the way, nice choice with the Chivas.
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Mine: 72 w/ k301, 3 125's, 1 w/ hydro lift, 38,42, & 2 48 decks, 2 42 front blades, QA-36a & QA-42a thrower, tiller, lo-boy 154. Also, LOTS of parts.
family's:2 105's, 2 106's, 149, 2 lo-boy 154s, Farmall Cub.
Non-IH: 1940 JD Model A, 1954 JD 40 U, 1955 JD 40 Crawler, 2 1956 JD 420 U's, both w/ Henry Loader and Backhoe. JD 110. Wheel Horse (model unknown.) Power King 1614. We love our tractors!
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OK. I'm starting to get worried now. 3pm and we have at least 10" of snow. Still falling and predicting another 5" to 8" tonight and another 3" to 5" tomorrow.How deep snow will a 149 handle. I didn't get the blower mounted till last night. It wore me out. Not able to use it today. Can barely move around. I thought everyone was kidding about having a tractor for every implement, but now i know you were not. Will try to post pictures. This is Elkview, Wv. Hope everyone is safe riding out this storm. Have a great day.
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Old 01-22-2016, 03:51 PM
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I'd be out trying to stay ahead of it,---- whole lot easier taking small bites.
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Old 01-22-2016, 04:15 PM
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I'd be out trying to stay ahead of it,---- whole lot easier taking small bites.
Yep better start now
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OK, I'm all ready now. I was a little low on anti freeze so I had to run out before the storm and stock up.
Is that...I think it is...it's Southern Antifreeze, my absolute favorite of antifreeze! I knew you had some taste in ya, Sam!
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Old 01-22-2016, 05:16 PM
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Gotta have a variety. At the moment I'm doing OJ and Vodka. As far as the weather we've had snow, then sleet now it's back to snow. When it stops I'll deal with it. No big deal drive way is only about 2300' long.
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Old 01-22-2016, 06:49 PM
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Sunshine here most of the day thank goodness, but it's Michigan, it can change in the blink of an eye
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When we get that kinda snow we break out the roof rakes that's alot of extra weight. There comes a point when the shelves are bare of them as well as bread and milk and better known booze �� i could handle my roof caving in as long as theres booze. Lol Stay safe everybody.
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