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Orchids61 viewsThis is orchid is a Cattleyea hybrid that bursts into bloom every January. It's kinda nice to have stuff blooming in the dead of winter. This particular variety puts out a soft perfume scent in the morning similar to but not nearly as strong as a gardenia. Cathy likes them, so I tend to them for her enjoyment. lurker carl
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5288 and little brother Low Boy78 viewsPicture taken at Mast Sales, Walnut Creek Ohio, May 2005. Big and Small IH made them all.1541
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They just don't look straight when you roll them over.68 viewsCecil
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Upload from Computer - Step 1264 viewsOnce you've registered a photo gallery account and logged in, you can start adding photos to the gallery. You can add them to any public gallery or to your own personal gallery. To get started, click the "Upload File" link in the top menu.lildog
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bulb25 viewsThis is a #4511 PAR 36 sealed lamp I got from TSC for $8 (Napa has them too). With a little modification this can be used for the single post original that costs $36. brian c
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Hobensack's Dealer Sticker99 viewsfindoggy
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Original Dealer Sticker144 viewsfindoggy
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rear lift load test207 viewsEstimated weight including carryall and fast hitch-- 1200+ lbs. Lifted them right up. Tractor with front blade attached became very light in front.gotowin
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Tractor Jacks397 viewsJust got my tractor jacks from Bob G. Used them last nite to split my tractor. I used to use a cherry picker and blocks to split my tractors, and usually needed a helper. I used Bob G's jacks last nite, by myself, and everything went like clockwork. After splitting the two halfs, they can be easily rolled around by one person. Anyone even thinking about doing this project I would highly recommend these jacks. And no, I don't get a cut on his profits....just another satisified customer! Thank you Bob!msbigs
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Tractor Jacks362 viewsJust got my tractor jacks from Bob G. Used them last nite to split my tractor. I used to use a cherry picker and blocks to split my tractors, and usually needed a helper. I used Bob G's jacks last nite, by myself, and everything went like clockwork. After splitting the two halfs, they can be easily rolled around by one person. Anyone even thinking about doing this project I would highly recommend these jacks. And no, I don't get a cut on his profits....just another satisified customer! Thank you Bob!msbigs
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The kids get to run the big shovel and QVEA gave them a shirt!119 viewsBuzzard Wing
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Cabin67 viewslog sided cabin with front porch, yes I can and do build them big enough for adults (I do a few log houses for those who want a real log house not a modern design with log stack walls, in particular I use site grown trees)
Note: a propertly thought through log house is LESS expensive than comparable stick built. BUT the design must be for a log structure. Few commerically available log houses are properly designed.
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30 viewsLower emblem was cut in 3 pieces. Put back together with JB weld and backer plate.

Not quite finished with them.
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42 viewsAssortment of parts before assembly. Had to get them back on to be able to get the boat out.LOLmark55
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32 viewsHere's the hydraulic cylinders, I was amazed at the simplicity of design when I pulled them apart. nothing but an oring in the end cap and a staight rod with nothing to keep it from coming completely out of the cylinder.scotlem
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Trusses Almost Done28 viewsAll 16 of the trusses are almost done. This is the first 24 foot section of the trusses for the pole barn and new shop roof. You can see the end that will sit on the exterior wall (by the green tarp), with knee wall frame section that will be sitting on the beam and the loose tails sitting on the roof. The loose tails will have another 8 feet gusseted into them with an end plate and foot plate to anchor to the existing roof. Rudi
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South Wall34 viewsThis will be the warmest wall of them all. With an almost directly southern exposure, this area is warm even on the coldest days. With 80 square feet of thermopane, this should help keep the pole barn warm and almost warm enough to work without extra heat. You can see the pad I build with the Cat D2C the other day for storing my implements that do not fit inside the pole barn.
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All 16 Trusses On the Roof25 viewsAll of them are now nailed into place. On the West Gable, I just have to build the gable end box, gable end wall and ladders. Then, once that is sheathed in and the roof done, we should be weathertight pretty much.Rudi
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Cub Cadet 12358 viewsThis one runs pretty good. I added a rear lift and spring assist and headlights, I built a bracket and installed a push blade, I filled some nice skinny ag tires with liquid and put chains on them. Moving snow or dirt with a hydro is so much easier than with a 3 speed.Heller1m
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Numbered Wires/ plugs95 viewsPlugs wires were numbered to make sure they got put back correctly. I numbered them on the bottom side so when installed the numbers are not easily seen.
The plugs were numbered to help track cylinder condition.
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