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dross

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I have two Cubs running right now because people decided to part other tractors out. Really hard to get mad about it.
 

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While the Deere owners are sorting out classes, do they want their own parking spots close to the action? I think I can round up some paint stencils
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Wyatt, Guess I'm a Deere guy even though I own 6 cubs, I'll put the Deere's I bring to PD6 against any for ground speed getting to the plowing area!
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Don't need any special parking area!
The fun will soon be here!!! BTW, I'll probably be bringing a cub cadet or 2 if I bring two trailers! Might need a driver or 2!
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Why's everyone always pickin' on Art? He's a good guy & I like his tractors! Plus we had fun at his place last Spring on the Spring Break Eve!
 

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Parting out tractors? Of any kind? Despicable!
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What I can't stand is the ballbag selling manuals!(but everybody knew that already...)
 

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John-Art is one of those guys who has a sense of humor that will allow it. We don't have to worry about him pulling a gun or anything.
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Wyatt,
That might be a good idea for the Plow Nazi and Robb, might make'um feel a little special, grin

John L.
That Black tractor of yours is COOL! I don't care what anybody says!

And as far as pickin on Art goes!
It's just so dang fun and everyone knows that he goes with the flow and doesn't get PO'd about the ribbin he gets.
BESIDES, HE'S JUST TO EASY TO SNAG!
 

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Just because of that I'll be "packin' heat" at PD...
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Thanks for the thoughts though John!
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John,
You better bring a cub or 2. After all, I read how you had to pull the cub out to mow your lawn after the green ones broke down this summer. The same thing might happen at plow day. Besides, I know you like driving that 122.
 

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Man with stick.....
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Actually it's Mike Horn he's a good guy even if he does drive a Deere. :eek:)
 

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Jim M., does your 123 still have the original fiberglass pan style seat with the white vinyl? I have a black seat pad (see below) that I bought from Fleet Farm (about $20) on one of my 125s, it is very comfortable and has held up well during the 8 or 9 years that I've been using it. I removed all the old white vinyl and foam before installing it. I have another fiberglass pan out to the guys at Cub Connection to get reupholstered it should be back early next week, I'll let you know how it turned out as soon as I get a chance to try it out.

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Jim M., if you do have the fiberglass style seat, be sure to keep the blue edging in a safe place if you remove it.
 

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If anyone knows of a job opening some where in the Chicago metro area, I can e-mail you my resume. Things are going down the toilet fast around here. I need a job to support the family, and maybe the Cubs. Sorry but the family comes first.
 

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Wyatt, if a special parking spot is was it takes to get the Deere guys to show up, we'll dedicate all day Friday to painting spots!!! Then, we'll work on getting them out in the field ;-)
 

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Travis, Wyatt, if you want to get the JD's from the parking spots to the field I can throw in a couple of tow straps. :eek:)
 
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Man with stick...I guess it's a better title than.... Man with wood.
 

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Are the lift cylinders (ex 129) rebuildable?
Looking at mine I would say not. I do not need one but see more and more needs out there.
Priced a new one at my dealer...$200.00!!
Dean
 

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