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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    The tractors got a bath today, along with some nano-wax on the shiny bits. The stuff is very easy to put on, takes no more time than towel drying. It doesn't last as long as carnuba, but it does last a good month or so, and since carnuba is a giant pain to put on, this is a no-brainer.

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    I've been noticing how annoyingly bouncy the seat on the 2032R is. Then I remembered that I still had my extra heavy springs that I got from Ken (of Bolt on Hooks) for my old 1025R. On a whim, I decided to install them tonight while out with the dogs. My faithful border collie stood guard just in case the tractor suddenly misbehaved. They fit perfectly. Not sure how much a difference they will make, but we'll see tomorrow.

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    Tractor sure looks weird without a seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfloyd4445 View Post
    Snakes do a lot of good and if left alone they never hurt anyone, even copperheads. They are not inclined to chase you down and attack you they are happy just taking care of the vermin that go along with humans like rats mice etc.
    Not really worried about me but I do worry about my 6 yr old and autistic 4 yr old. I have taught them to stay away no matter what color the snake is. 4 yr old doesn't really understand well. So if it's poisonous and near the house, it's dead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfloyd4445 View Post
    Snakes do a lot of good and if left alone they never hurt anyone, even copperheads. They are not inclined to chase you down and attack you they are happy just taking care of the vermin that go along with humans like rats mice etc.
    I respectfully disagree. I have had several copperheads come toward us and the dogs.

    Perhaps you aren't familiar with water moccasins either. Fortunately we have not seen them here. They were a problem at Dad's place in Tennessee.

    I choose to remove the poisons ones. I am quite sure I am not going to render them extinct.

    I leave the vermin control for the black snakes. I wish they would go after the darn moles.
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    Here's a video of picking up round bales with the 2025R.
    Someone will probably ask, these are 4x4's that average 500 lbs, these were definitely on the high side of average because I helped my BIL pump up the pressure so he could really pack the hay in them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    Not really worried about me but I do worry about my 6 yr old and autistic 4 yr old. I have taught them to stay away no matter what color the snake is. 4 yr old doesn't really understand well. So if it's poisonous and near the house, it's dead.
    I understand your position. Iwould catch them and take them for a ride into the woods and release them. In high school I became friendly with a guy that milked them and started going with him. Wasn't long untill i learned to handle them. I would not advise anyone to do that without first some training from a person thats used to handling them. Not difficult

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Here's a video of picking up round bales with the 2025R.
    Someone will probably ask, these are 4x4's that average 500 lbs, these were definitely on the high side of average because I helped my BIL pump up the pressure so he could really pack the hay in them.
    Did ColonyPark send you a shirt also?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Did ColonyPark send you a shirt also?

    i was thinking the same thing this very morning as i watched the video went from KBOH's shirts to a dirt measurer shirt

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post
    i was thinking the same thing this very morning as i watched the video went from KBOH's shirts to a dirt measurer shirt

    gizmo2--we had to have been brothers in a previous life--since we think alike so much
    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Did ColonyPark send you a shirt also?
    Still waiting for my Mel’s Towing and Recovery shirt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Did ColonyPark send you a shirt also?

    I'm in the trucking business and didn't even know it. Man, I'm prolific!
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