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  1. gary courtney

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    Kubota 9960M[​IMG]

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    I have owned 5 kubotas and they are the most dependable ,maintenance free tractors of all the others I have owned!
     
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    I like john deere.
     
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    Only old bangers for me.................

    All Fiats, with a home made splitter attachment for the hoe.

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    What brand chipper! Been looking at Woodmaxx. Like the grapple also, I just have pallet forks on my 4800
     
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    Love the orange! 100 hp?
     
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    That’s a Wallenstein BX-60. It’s just big enough to think you’ve got a chipper.

    The Grapple is a Solsbee Brush Grapple, 72”.

    I’m building another Grapple that will better suit my needs.
     
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    Not sure when they started FWA but I bought it new in 1983.

    I sold it about ten years ago, and funnily it turned up at a local dealer just before Christmas, amazing what a coat of paint will do!

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    The other two were built around 1965.
     
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    Yes 100 hp. Shuttle shift is nice. Make hay for Pop's Texas Longhorns. Near Fort Wayne. Keeps our freezer full! Need a grapple though.[​IMG]

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    Big Ag for sure. Smaller used Green near same $$ as the new big Orange . Also have bigger Deere skid steer lotta hours. Rebuilt once. Just can't stop it.

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    Pyle with loader, Nelson in the middle and Raksa running around topless.
     

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    alfalfa field?
     
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    Yes, my Menards Zetor collection, like a 5011 Zetor. Father likes them, need I say more.
     
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    It was my idea and Father likes them, they are that good once you learn.
     
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    The rims and tires on Pyle cost me more than what I paid for Pyle and Rksa, less loader. Loader came on Nelson. Nelson had a bad engine and I had a 5011 Zetor with a broken transmission.
    A Zetor died to make that photo.
     
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