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dvogt

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well yah der hey! how bout Da Bears der hey!

Art you're a Vikings misfit aren't you? I hear the Players put thier shoes on the wrong feet all the time so they had to mark them L & R . then they thought that L & R meant leasure & relaxation . so they spelled out LEFT & RIGHT on the correct shoe & the majority of the player all said in unison "What the HECK does this say on my shoes man?"
 
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Hello Forum!!! We just put up a website, if anyone is curious and would like to check it out. It is still under construction, but will be accessible. We should have our own domain name within a few days, but until then, the address is:
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We'd be glad to have you!!! Brian and Mary
 

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Allow me to fix that URL...

If it was a link to a simple site about Cub Cadets, we'd have let it stay. But since it's purpose is OBVIOUSLY to sell things...
 

jluckey

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Jonathan Luckey -*"Constant Vigilance!!!"*
Bryan,

I swear that some people just don't know how to READ!
 

hsimon

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Travis- Thanks for the warning on your next project so that when I am watching the news tommorrow and here of a fire and/or terrorist in Rockford we'll know who it is!! LMAO
 

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Art - At least you cheer for a winning football team so there is some redemption for ya!!!
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cmccarty

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The rodenator? PRO? you're kidding, right? Why don't you just have Bryan POOF those little doggies? CJM
 

bsturgill

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Bryan, sorry about that. We can read, it just didn't occur to us when we posted it. Didn't mean to ruffle feathers...
 
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Hugh-
No, I don't cheer for the winning team, I cheer for the Vikings. They happen to be the winning team now, but frankly I'm a little out of my element with this 4 and 0 stuff!
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Anybody seen Keith-the-hookman?
 
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jbuszkiewicz

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Keith: aaahhhh you dont have to worry about that since you s*%@ $100 bills and always buy new....

Ryan: Oh there was a gallon of deeeezel spent before the white smoke
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Any ideas from the pros on how to tighten a loose gear shifter on a 126??
 
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nfisher

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here is something kind of interesting, i pulled the governor gear on the 341 during rebuild. it looked in tact but i realized one of the weights was siezed. i've heard of these breaking off at the roll pins and flying apart but never having siezed weights before. anyone ever heard of this?

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Dennis Frisk
JOHN B. - 16.53 Quater mile would win You a trophy at a WFC next spring! What's the MPH? Those PSD's have to push a LOT of air on the big end of the track.
 

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Dennis F.
I stand corrected, I read John B's post and he said 16.43 not 16.53. That changes things.

16.43 equals out to almost 116.5 MPH.
That's one fast Cub Hauler.

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jbuszkiewicz

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Charlie 116mph! I wish try about 89 or 90mph if I remeber correctly, have to watch the video to be sure. 116 would put me about in the high 10's or low 11's! I'd be famous for sure.
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Denny: Yea if I could shead about 4000lbs there are 5000lb 2wd PSD running 13's...
 

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Steve Blunier "Mr. Plow" (Central IL)
Big Steve's corn picking crew....

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Corn is all out as of this AM.......191 bu/acre on one field, still waiting on the numbers from the PD field, should be as good or better!!!!!!
 
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