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    Quote Originally Posted by TJR345 View Post
    For me it comes down to parts.Buying an off brand at a TS for example, then they don't carry it after a few because they went with another brand or worse yet they stopped making that model and no parts available period.And yes they can pull a plow 10" or 12" is good.I plow a lot of clay and in sandy soil I could pull a 2 bottom.
    Wow that's awesome. It looks like my little tractor could plow a lot better than I thought it could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meyerld View Post
    Wow that's awesome. It looks like my little tractor could plow a lot better than I thought it could.
    Different parts of the country have plow days.There are 2 in the spring and one in the fall near me.Here is a popular one in PA.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPQxj_q5DTQ and near me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9kcaawgSQs
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJR345 View Post
    Different parts of the country have plow days.There are 2 in the spring and one in the fall near me.Here is a popular one in PA.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPQxj_q5DTQ and near me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9kcaawgSQs
    How come they always put the slow guys in front of the line? LOL

    Had one of those blue & white Sears Suburban tractors like in the first video. Think it was a 1968 12 hp model. It was a "barn find" (actually a shed) at the trailer park I used to manage. It even had a manual Johnny Bucket Jr style scoop on the front. It looked factory from what I could tell.
    The tractor had been sitting for years and needed more TLC than I had time for working 2 jobs so I sold it on eBay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJR345 View Post
    Different parts of the country have plow days.There are 2 in the spring and one in the fall near me.Here is a popular one in PA.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPQxj_q5DTQ and near me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9kcaawgSQs
    This does look like fun. Several weeks ago I saw a group of folks with GTs plowing a field on M89 west of Richland Michigan and wondered what was up with that.

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    Grew up in Northern PA with one of those blue Sears tractors, it was a 12 horse. We had a mower, plow, disc, trailer, and snowblower for it. Was an amazing little machine. It had 3 gears and high and low range. Made my right arm strong as a kid putting the plow and disc up and down. We would always have the farm next door dump a load on manure on the garden before plowing. As soon as it dried out enough we would roll it under with the plow.

    Most memorable moment was the 72 Agnes flood. It was fairly new then and dad ran it up on the front porch using some planks so it would stay out of the water ( garage and basement flooded so it was a good call). Getting down the brakes would hold it and he had one xxx of a ride down the planks and the hill off the front porch. Luckily it stayed up right and was not hurt.

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    Unfortunately I lost all the pictures of it with my old phone. The bucket & rear hitch plate were cherry like it was never used for anything more than cutting grass. All 4 tires were dry rotted and would not hold air even with tubes. The only other thing missing was the center medallion on the steering wheel. The white seat also seen better days. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by H-D dealer dude View Post
    How come they always put the slow guys in front of the line? LOL

    Had one of those blue & white Sears Suburban tractors like in the first video. Think it was a 1968 12 hp model. It was a "barn find" (actually a shed) at the trailer park I used to manage. It even had a manual Johnny Bucket Jr style scoop on the front. It looked factory from what I could tell.
    The tractor had been sitting for years and needed more TLC than I had time for working 2 jobs so I sold it on eBay.
    Only reason the slow guy is in front is we keep catching up to him.


    Quote Originally Posted by oneeyeddog View Post
    This does look like fun. Several weeks ago I saw a group of folks with GTs plowing a field on M89 west of Richland Michigan and wondered what was up with that.
    It's a lot of fun and you get to see a lot of different tractors with plows.
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    tow behind 15 gal. sprayer
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJR345 View Post
    Only reason the slow guy is in front is we keep catching up to him.

    That's the joke. LOL




    It's a lot of fun and you get to see a lot of different tractors with plows.
    Yeah back then companies like Sears actually made a real garden tractors.

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