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    Let’s see photos of your tractors at work!

    We had a nasty storm yesterday with lots of downed tree limbs and branches, that made a heck of a mess on the property. Thank God for my trusty Case! Hooked up the utility trailer behind the 444 and it made the cleanup much easier and quicker! These tractors are made to work hard. I love to see photos of how you guys are using your tractors, bet others enjoy viewing them also. Post your photos of your machines at work!

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    Very nice looking 444bf hard at work
    GREAT PHOTOS,

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    Here is my 644 digging a 50ft down 4 ft trench for a hydro line.IMG_1571.jpg

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    Here's my neighbor using my 4018 to clear my driveway.

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    That’s working your 644, I would love to have one some day!.... And it’s always fun to see a Case/Ingersoll moving a ton of snow! Great photos, keep them coming!

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    My old '73 446 hauling a ton of wet sod to the back yard for my poor back to unload, and install.
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    The 6018 working up a food plot.
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    Nice looking 446. I noticed the front bumper, looks like it is heavy for some front weight? Looks nice!...... and that’s a sweet 6018! Great Looking tractors, thanks for the photos!

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    Yes, it is mainly for weight. When mowing my sloped front yard, the tires would just slide, so I made a nice, heavy (around 180#) bumper/weight that slides onto the mule drive.

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    Here is my 646 after digging out some evergreen trees for replanting. An easy task for it, but I hate using a shovel when this is so much more fun.
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