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    Fun with the neighbour

    Two lots over he has a tractor that he shines and polishes more than a classic car. Always has it on a ramp and cleaning. Always saying his tractor is bigger and faster than my 1025r and that I bought the wrong machine.

    Having a couple of Canadian beers (like 5 of your USA light weight beers) and came up with the following. I took out a used bolt and nut (different sizes) and dropped them in his driveway. Went by yesterday and he had his tractor up on a ramp and he wanted me to help find where they went. He is probably still looking today

    No harm, injuries or expenses incurred as a result of this prank. What are your best JD related pranks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Auguste View Post
    Two lots over he has a tractor that he shines and polishes more than a classic car. Always has it on a ramp and cleaning. Always saying his tractor is bigger and faster than my 1025r and that I bought the wrong machine.

    Having a couple of Canadian beers (like 5 of your USA light weight beers) and came up with the following. I took out a used bolt and nut (different sizes) and dropped them in his driveway. Went by yesterday and he had his tractor up on a ramp and he wanted me to help find where they went. He is probably still looking today

    No harm, injuries or expenses incurred as a result of this prank. What are your best JD related pranks.
    What make and model tractor does your neighbor own ??
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    If he doesnít use the tractor as you state how could he believe that the bolt and nut he found in the drive are from it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Auguste View Post
    Two lots over he has a tractor that he shines and polishes more than a classic car. Always has it on a ramp and cleaning. Always saying his tractor is bigger and faster than my 1025r and that I bought the wrong machine.

    Having a couple of Canadian beers (like 5 of your USA light weight beers) and came up with the following. I took out a used bolt and nut (different sizes) and dropped them in his driveway. Went by yesterday and he had his tractor up on a ramp and he wanted me to help find where they went. He is probably still looking today

    No harm, injuries or expenses incurred as a result of this prank. What are your best JD related pranks.
    This guy is a natural. Next time pour about a cup full of used oil under it.
    Have wings, will travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre View Post
    What make and model tractor does your neighbor own ??
    MF diesel about 45 hp I guess. It is a nice tractor but a bit loud at idle.
    Last edited by Auguste; 01-17-2019 at 01:41 PM.
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    Auguste . . . a blue collar guy working in a white collar world
    Rexton, New Brunswick, Canada

    JD Tractor aka Bucky
    2018 1025r ~ New in April 2018

    Accessories ~ Front End Loader ~ Backhoe ~ Mid-Mounter Mower ~ Box Blade ~ Fork Lift ~
    Roto Tiller ~ Chipper ~ Mulch Kit ~ Sub-soil Conditioner ~ Ballast Box ~ Plug Aerator ~
    Thatcherator ~ iMatch Quick Hitch ~ Landscape rake

    Modifications Completed by Me ~ LED lights on roll bar ~ Mirrors ~ Shortened Rollbar to fit in Garage

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    Quote Originally Posted by balrog006 View Post
    If he doesnít use the tractor as you state how could he believe that the bolt and nut he found in the drive are from it?
    He uses to cut grass and do odd little jobs but after each use he cleans it like a 'fool in love'
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    Roto Tiller ~ Chipper ~ Mulch Kit ~ Sub-soil Conditioner ~ Ballast Box ~ Plug Aerator ~
    Thatcherator ~ iMatch Quick Hitch ~ Landscape rake

    Modifications Completed by Me ~ LED lights on roll bar ~ Mirrors ~ Shortened Rollbar to fit in Garage

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    This guy is a natural. Next time pour about a cup full of used oil under it.
    His driveway is paved. I would have find the tractor when he has parked it over some dirt and he is not at home.
    Auguste . . . a blue collar guy working in a white collar world
    Rexton, New Brunswick, Canada

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    2018 1025r ~ New in April 2018

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    Roto Tiller ~ Chipper ~ Mulch Kit ~ Sub-soil Conditioner ~ Ballast Box ~ Plug Aerator ~
    Thatcherator ~ iMatch Quick Hitch ~ Landscape rake

    Modifications Completed by Me ~ LED lights on roll bar ~ Mirrors ~ Shortened Rollbar to fit in Garage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auguste View Post
    He uses to cut grass and do odd little jobs but after each use he cleans it like a 'fool in love'
    Be sure to let us know when he sells it, it'll be like new!

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    Probably rub the paint off

    Quote Originally Posted by JDSwan87 View Post
    Be sure to let us know when he sells it, it'll be like new!

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    The running gear will be pristine but the sheet metal will be bare after he polishes all the paint off. . . I suspect he loves the idea of a tractor but may be scared to actually operate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    This guy is a natural. Next time pour about a cup full of used oil under it.
    I remember a company VIP that had a new company car and his own parking spot. Someone was putting oil under it and he was raising h&## with the dealer about it being new and leaking.

    Later I heard someone asked (maybe the dealer?) if it was leaking at his home garage. Then he was sure someone was parking a beater in his spot on 2nd or 3rd shift.
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