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    Quote Originally Posted by metalguy View Post
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    That is excellent. Nice and smooth. I posted a video of my way too heavy homemade Johnny Bucket a few years ago. It is not smooth and quite funny.

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    I was getting some seat time yesterday moving wood I just cut this past week. Some maple and some ash. Last pic shows the ash borer mosaic under the bark. Most of ash is small stuff that I can burn this winter in my shop wood furnace. The maple is big pieces that are in the wood splitting area and will be for next winter.

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    Had the 4118 out today hauling some wood. A little too warm and humid for messing with wood, but we had to cut down a large diseased maple, and wanted to get it cleaned up. Hope it doesn't spread to the others in our yard.
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    88 Ingersoll 444

    First run after mechanical rebuild. 1988 Ingersoll 444


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    First time to move sand and gravel with the 648 and i was impressed with how she handled it especially considering my lack of operating skills.

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    Had a great year for garden harvest. Wife and I canned lots of tomatoes this year and they are still growing. Love the 446!!
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    Someone asked for pictures of my cart I was hauling dirt in.
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    I tacked together a sleeve hitch for my newly acquired 446 and did a little dry ground plowing. Now I will need another set of rims. 446plow.jpg 446plowing.jpg

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    Nice repurposing of some old lawn tractor frames .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Latecase View Post
    I tacked together a sleeve hitch for my newly acquired 446 and did a little dry ground plowing. Now I will need another set of rims. 446plow.jpg 446plowing.jpg
    Looking forward to engage the ground with my 446 and brinly plow! Was looking myself for a while for another set of rims to put AG tires on them, and got a pair from Dave Barkey (thanks Dave!) but then I chanced upon a full set of wheels with AGs so I'm left with an extra set of rims .

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