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    Tractor needs a bath

    Been working in muddy conditions for the last week or so, it was really bad yesterday. We are getting some heavy rain today, like we really need it here, maybe it will wash some of the mud off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcavvie View Post
    Been working in muddy conditions for the last week or so, it was really bad yesterday. We are getting some heavy rain today, like we really need it here, maybe it will wash some of the mud off.
    I like it.
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    It does look like fun was had by all.
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    I think it's gonna take more than rain . You need some T-storms with wind blowing rain sideways for a few hours, good luck and see if the wife would like a brush and a raincoat
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcavvie View Post
    Been working in muddy conditions for the last week or so, it was really bad yesterday. We are getting some heavy rain today, like we really need it here, maybe it will wash some of the mud off.
    Going to need a lot more than rain to clean that up, good luck though.
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    You need some front mud flaps like I put on my 4044M to stop it going all over the front of the cab. Click image for larger version. 

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    Awww, it's not that bad. You have more mud on your tractor than mine has paint. Every time I turn on my blower, another chunk of green paint blows off.
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