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    GTT's Dirty Picture Contest

    GTT is breaking in 2013 with a bang starting with our first contest of the new year-The Dirty Picture Contest


    Rules: Submit a picture to this thread of your tractor, your equipment, your truck, or even yourself covered in the worst dirt, muck, mud, manure, snow or whatever else you could get it covered with between now and 1-29-2013 for a chance to win. Please only upload ONE picture per post/reply, and you may add whatever text you want to the post to encourage other members to vote for you. You may enter as many times as you want with a new post/reply, the pictures need not be from this month. Please help keep the thread/contest on track by not posting questions/comments about pictures.

    To win: The picture with the most "Likes" will be deemed the winner and announced on 1-31-2013. The green "Like" button is located in the lower right corner of every post in the forum (no Facebook or anything special is required to "Like" a post).

    The prize : The winner will be given a $50.00 credit at Ken's Bolt on Hooks with free shipping included in the USA and Canada.
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    Ill start... This was back in April of 2011 after a very wet spring.. Please use Pic 2 I guess.. (the discharge side)
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    Hmm, this is hard, my machine is almost always clean! Here is the inside of my cab full of dust, you can imagine what I looked like when I got out of the cab.
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    This is what happens when you backfill sand with a snow bucket. I got pretty dirty climbing out But mostly it was my language that was dirty
    Lucky it didn't have a cab or I would still be trying to get out.
    I can't remember if that's sweat on my jeans, or if I pi$$ed my pants
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    Glad you're ok..........

    Now THAT'S a great picture!
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    No pictures of the JD all messy, but how about my PHD stuck in 4' of sticky clay? Took an hour to dig it out... (I've since learned my lesson digging post holes...)

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    Who Needs A Cab

    Too bad I had to take the picture... Luckily, my body blocked most of the snow and kept it off the tractor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whito123 View Post
    No pictures of the JD all messy, but how about my PHD stuck in 4' of sticky clay? Took an hour to dig it out... (I've since learned my lesson digging post holes...)

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    Now Ive heard of burying it "axle deep" before, but your taking it to a whole new level.... "Gearbox deep"

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    I've seen some dirty pics posted here before. Are you telling me all you guys have your tractors cleaned and stored in the garage for winter? I'm going to have to try and find some thick thawed mud this weekend.
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