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    Cheers!

    My 4-1/2 year old grandson and I have a little thing we do at the dinner table when he comes over. I usually use a glass beer mug for whatever I drink at dinner, Levi has a mini mug for his juice. We raise glasses and say "CHEERS!". The other day I gave him a new mug filled with juice and I said "Cheers to Levi!". He emphatically said, "No Grampa! Cheers to John Deere!!" The kid knows how to get to Grampa for sure, .
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    I like that. Grandchildren really seem to have a way to get to us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    I like that. Grandchildren really seem to have a way to get to us.
    Yes they do!
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    Hey Soby, cute shot of the grand daughter. I now have a grand daughter too but she is just a few months old, she'll be toasting and riding the JD some day too.

    I notice you have one of those steering wheel knobs on your tractor. Do you like it? I was thinking of putting one on.
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    Femco Hitch Adapter 2" Receiver, 60" Farm King 3PH Snow Blower, I Match, BB2048L Frontier Box Blade

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carvel Loafer View Post
    Hey Soby, cute shot of the grand daughter. I now have a grand daughter too but she is just a few months old, she'll be toasting and riding the JD some day too.

    I notice you have one of those steering wheel knobs on your tractor. Do you like it? I was thinking of putting one on.
    Thanks Carvel, I mow around a hundred some odd trees per week so I would'nt be without it. The bad part about it the with hydraulic steering the knob does'nt always return to the same position like it would with manual steering.

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