John Deere 790, 300 loader w Ken's Bolt on Hooks & Piranha tooth bar, grapple, back blade, box blade, Bush Hog mower, couple of red tractors, hay equipment, various old stuff some red, one orange, some I don't remember
I do make an exception for my chain saw. I only run the canned stuff in that, since I really don't use it that frequently.
2016 1025R TLB (Marshawn) with piranha tooth bar and HLA Forks
2019 X370 mowing machine with snowblower attachment
County Line 3 point log splitter (Mr. Splitty)
Cyclone Rake super sucker
Stihl MS-271 chain saw
Stihl KM-56 Kombi powerhead, string trimmer, pole saw, articulating hedge trimmer
1998 Yamaha 4-stroke golf car (Tedy Bruschi)
Good shine doesnít taste bad at all. But it does warm you up on the way down.
If it burns at first, youíre doing it wrong. Donít chug or slam it. Thatís where it does itís thing. Just ease up on it. Taste it. Roll it around. All of a sudden youíll start tasting the flavors instead of all the burn.
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2720 w/ 200CX FEL, Ken's weld-on hooks, Fit Rite Hydraulics Top and Tilt kit, Artillian forks.
1954 60 - getting full restoration, 1964 110 round fender in the shop for crustoration
Ferris IS3200Zzero turn mower
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2520 w/200CX w/62D2 | Artillian 36" Forks w/Backrest | Markham Tooth Bar | iMatch Hitch | Heavy Hitch & Cart | Edge Tamers |
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Taking the easy way is what makes rivers and men crooked.
3039R, H160 FEL, 375A Backhoe, Artillian Grapple & Forks
2320 200cx loader, 46 backhoe, 54"snowblower, original cab, Titan 42" forks, welded on hooks by neighbor.