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    We need your help with some pictures!

    We are looking to change some pictures up on our site and redo our header. We need pictures that are not zoomed in on your tractor. Something with a little back ground and scenery on the sides. If you will allow us to use your picture for our site, please post it in this thread.

    Thanks for all and any help!

    Your tractor could be on the header of this site!



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    I doubt these are worthy; but here are my contributions to help.

    https://picasaweb.google.com/jtpyo.mjn/BambiThumper#
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    Thanks MJN!



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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    I doubt these are worthy; but here are my contributions to help.

    https://picasaweb.google.com/jtpyo.mjn/BambiThumper#
    MJN,

    I looked at your pics, very nice, thanks for sharing. However, I have to ask, did I notice markings on your garage floor as to where the tractor is to be parked, even a bucket outline? It is good to see I am not the only one with great attention to detail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDeere4300 View Post
    This is the only pictures I could find of the tractor ''cleaned up''!!

    Not good back-ground and scenery!

    Now, Runner has some pictures of his tractor with ''great scenery''!!

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    Thanks Bill, looks like you made it to the big time for now. Looks good, Dave did a nice job. Make sure you share with all your friends on facebook.
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    We are still looking and will be looking to keep a stock of these so we can change them. Please post them up!



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    I've got some winter shots of mine. Just don't use the one of the old fool grinning and waving!

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    I just found these looking at pictures from when I built my house.
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    Heres a few. No, they arent mine, but they are still cool. My favorite is between the 3032E and the 4430 next to the combine. I have more, but they are different colored tractors. Nothin' better than the colors green and yellow.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Deere 4430 and hydrostatic combine.jpg   lawn tractor lineup.jpg   JD 8330 at the state fair.jpg   2-7-11 014.jpg   Edited 3032E.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    MJN,

    I looked at your pics, very nice, thanks for sharing. However, I have to ask, did I notice markings on your garage floor as to where the tractor is to be parked, even a bucket outline? It is good to see I am not the only one with great attention to detail.
    Yes Randy, you noticed correctly. Space is tight, so I need the markings to park Bambi in just the right spot so the wife's car and my truck don't nail the bucket. I have about 3" - 4" clearance between the bucket and the truck's running board. There is maybe 6" - 8" tops between the bucket and SWMBO's car. My pleasure on sharing the photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I just found these looking at pictures from when I built my house.
    A slight detour if I may; I see you have a stairwell into your basement located in the garage. Did the code cops make you put another stairwell in the living space to your basement? I've had similar thoughts if we ever build another place.

    We now return you to our regularly scheduled thread.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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