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    What to name my new tractor

    I am getting ready to go fetch my new x720 this afternoon and I realized I haven't given the tractor a name. I need a name the depicks the strength of the tractor but yet the refinement too. A name that came to mind is "Big Boned Lady". Kind of covers it all.

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    HUH.... Big boned lady and refined in the same sentence

    I would call it relief. I am sure you are relived that you do not have to mow with a push mower anymore.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dashe View Post
    I am getting ready to go fetch my new x720 this afternoon and I realized I haven't given the tractor a name. I need a name the depicks the strength of the tractor but yet the refinement too. A name that came to mind is "Big Boned Lady". Kind of covers it all.
    How about Margret? after Margret Thatcher. You won't find a tougher more refined lady than that.
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    I like that.... thank you and she was big boned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dashe View Post
    I like that.... thank you and she was big boned.
    I think they even called her the "Iron Lady"
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    After talking to a lot of different people who thought that I am nuts, I came up with Big Bad John. I have made up a sticker with the John Deere deer with the lettering Big Bad John. It will replace the sticker that was placed by the dealership. I am thinking about making one up for my brother's 318, Grandpa Deere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dashe View Post
    After talking to a lot of different people who thought that I am nuts, I came up with Big Bad John. I have made up a sticker with the John Deere deer with the lettering Big Bad John. It will replace the sticker that was placed by the dealership. I am thinking about making one up for my brother's 318, Grandpa Deere.
    The 318 would be Little John....
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    I call my 317 "The Deere" and my L118 "the lawn mower". You can tell I am very creative with names.
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    I call mine "Big Johnny" and "Little Johnny" I'm not sure what I'll do when I get a 5000 series
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    My 4200 is Bambi, and my L-130 is Thumper. Both have pinup nose art on them.
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