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Old 01-11-2019, 10:23 AM
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You guys are being a bit too harsh on Mudrig. Cut him some slack.

Another guy actually did quit a few months ago after getting too much flack (though some was from J-Mech). He couldn't decide whether to fix his Cub or buy a new tractor of some sort. Can't remember his name right now...He was an musician...anyway...he left.

I think this forum would be more helpful if it were supportive and encouraging rather than sarcastic and critical. IMO.

Mudrig, you've put a lot of work into the 1250. I for one would love to see you finish it. Even if you plan to sell it.
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Mudrig, just saw your YouTube video, great job....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oL2B-AAnsHo
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Mudrig, just saw your YouTube video, great job....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oL2B-AAnsHo
I don't find that funny. I have 3 kids... 13 years old, 6 and 2. I hear that EVERY DAY for about 13 years... and not always the 2 year old!
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You guys are being a bit too harsh on Mudrig. Cut him some slack.

Another guy actually did quit a few months ago after getting too much flack (though some was from J-Mech). He couldn't decide whether to fix his Cub or buy a new tractor of some sort. Can't remember his name right now...He was an musician...anyway...he left.

I think this forum would be more helpful if it were supportive and encouraging rather than sarcastic and critical. IMO.

Mudrig, you've put a lot of work into the 1250. I for one would love to see you finish it. Even if you plan to sell it.
I agree with you sawdustdad. Even though Mudrig's youthful enthusiasm had him going in circles with his projects, I think all should remember when they first got bit by the bug and now have more tractors than they have a use for. If his posts irritate you, you need not read them or reply to them.
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I agree with you sawdustdad. Even though Mudrig's youthful enthusiasm had him going in circles with his projects, I think all should remember when they first got bit by the bug and now have more tractors than they have a use for. If his posts irritate you, you need not read them or reply to them.
I know I did... I was even combining tractors from different eras.
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This thread reminds me of a country song. Make sure you stay tuned for the last verse. https://youtu.be/s2nhuu_53S4
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Page 20 and full of woe
Instead of a song it reminds me of a cat chasing a red dot laser
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