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The Yoctangee Squirrel115 viewsA serendipitous shot of the wildlife in our city park. Sent it in to the local paper and they published it.lildog
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They just don't look straight when you roll them over.68 viewsCecil
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20 viewsLevers not PC but they work.grumpy
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Hobensack's Dealer Sticker99 viewsfindoggy
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cowboy's back yard92 viewsApril 23 2006 just got done planting the grass in the yard It was all dirt. Today June 30th I am trying to figure out how to mow it. As I do not have tires on the cub becuse they are being powder coatedCowboy
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Frodo's new Steering Modifications53 viewsMy Cub (Frodo) now has new and safe steering parts thanks to Bill Poor. Easy to install and they work great!!!!!VinceD
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unknown metal boards331 viewsPicked these up with some other implements and don't know what they are if anything for a cub.capecodcub
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Tractor Jacks396 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 Jacks361 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 boys wanted to help, so, they wire brushed and painted the hood.....25 viewsdeputyjailer90
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Treeless treehouse57 viewsElivated playhouse IN the trees not ON the trees (they were too small to support the weightedward1960
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Straightening the Tie Rods21 viewsRalph Straightening the tie rods. They really look good now!WisconsinCubMan
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65 viewsGet these folks together and they love to talk Cubs.Bill (TAMU '78)
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Wildflower meadow38 viewsI cleared out from under power lines late last winter and the terrain was too rough and steep to mow. So I bought a bunch of flower seeds from the Dollar Store when they were 5 cents each - last season's stuff that didn't sell. 4 months later, the weed patch blooms!lurker carl
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1952 Cub at WHS 09-22-07133 viewssitting in the yard . . . students have to spend the first 2 weeks in classrooms. then they get to hands on . . . . the Cubelkshead
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Host & Co-Host94 views They are talking things over.jeff silvey
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henderson loader60 viewsstill figuring. Eventually it got time for supper and time for me to leave for home. So we put it away and I figured I would be able to find more information on the internet, little did I Know. If anybody has any literature on this they would like to share I would appreciate the help scotlem
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Cutting the Driveway35 viewsA couple years ago another company that did some work here ruined the driveway. So they had to fix it. Their operator lifted the driveway too high.. oh about 6 inches and the driveway became higher than the concrete floor of the shop. Oooops.... that means water problems....Rudi
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A Little Bit of Snow30 viewsThis is our deck and our Adirondack chairs.. yesterday they were bare..Rudi
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Oooops!35 viewsYou can see the peak where the shingles were repaired a couple years ago. The winds get so bad, that it rips the shingles right off and they are all glued down with ashphalt based mastic. The last open section of ladder will be about 13 " wider than the primary ladders, which are standard 16" wide. This will be a bit easier to finish the roof, and a lot faster. With the use of support legs, it will be as strong as building a partial gable end wall.Rudi
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