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Old 11-16-2018, 07:17 PM
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Here are a couple pictures of her.
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Old 11-16-2018, 07:51 PM
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Nice lookin rig!.. Did you get everything hooked up ok? or do ya still need some help?
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Nice lookin rig!.. Did you get everything hooked up ok? or do ya still need some help?
Is was easier than it looked
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That is the case a lot of times. GLad ya got it hooked up. Now all we need is some pics of it doin what IH intended. Moving some snow!
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Old 11-16-2018, 08:08 PM
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We got 8.8 inches yesterday - I need to get my chains on it and some more weight on the back end.


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We got 8.8 inches yesterday - I need to get my chains on it and some more weight on the back end.
Chains are a good idea. Filling tires pairs well with that. Filled tires work very very well.
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Do you know if there is anyone making a bracket for the rear end that you can hang suit case type weights to?


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Do you know if there is anyone making a bracket for the rear end that you can hang suit case type weights to?
Ask Jeff... Parts by Jeff at top of page. He might.
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OK Will do - Thank you


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Nice tractor!
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