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  1. ajschainsaws

    ajschainsaws Axes never run out of Gas

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    That’s a good barn and nice lot of hay
     
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    ajschainsaws Axes never run out of Gas

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    Can’t you port the old one
     
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    Mastermind Knocker Of Farts Staff Member

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    It's an old poultry barn. Built in 72. Needs some work......but don't they all?
     
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  4. czar800

    czar800 Living a dream!

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    Moving cows the other day.


     
  5. czar800

    czar800 Living a dream!

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    My uncle made the little video. Lol
     
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    Steve aka Mac 6-10

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    Grandpa hit the telephone pole with the haybine again:crazylick:.

    Beat it all out strait. Gonna need some parts this winter. This metal is getting soft!

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    Mastermind Knocker Of Farts Staff Member

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    Just got tired of the old ground driven rake. And......needed some forks.

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    Ryan Browne Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Very nice Randy!

    I had some similar forks and kept running into things with the step on the carriage. Mine just unbolted, looks like those ones might require the gas axe. Keep it in mind if you're not gonna use them on a skid steer.
     
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  10. Mastermind

    Mastermind Knocker Of Farts Staff Member

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    I'll keep that in mind. I'm sure not opposed to whackin em off if they get in the way.

    Lots of improvements between the SR108 and the SR108 GII. I think it's gonna speed things up for me.
     
  11. czar800

    czar800 Living a dream!

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    Been trying to get some videos off my phone and onto YouTube.

    Dad & I this summer.

     
  12. czar800

    czar800 Living a dream!

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    We’ve got 3 of those 499’s so someday I’ll get a video of all three running.
     
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    There’s been a lot of hay mowed with the new holland mowers over the years! Also what is the big difference between the first and second generation Kuhn rakes? I’ve had a 108 first generation since the second year they came out around here,had very few problems.
     
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    Mastermind Knocker Of Farts Staff Member

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    The angle of the frame is one of the biggest......hell here's a comparison video I stumbled on a few days ago. This guy covers it real well.

     
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    Looks like some nice improvements over the first generation,I would buy one when it comes time to trade.You should enjoy pulling that around Mastermind!
     
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    Mastermind Knocker Of Farts Staff Member

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    I raked about 3 - 4 acres with it yesterday. Really is a big improvement over my old JD ground driven rake.
     
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    100_0608.JPG 100_0609.JPG 100_0610.JPG 100_0612.JPG A couple pics. of the babies, they started calving the first week of September, 14 on the ground now. Fingers crossed !
     
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    Nice looking calves, the baldy cow really looks like a good mama!
     
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    czar800 Living a dream!

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    Anyone else getting ready for harvest?

    I’ve got to figure out why my corn header quite driving 3 rows in the last 1/2 acre last year.

    I’m hoping that the chain just fell off if not it’s in the gearbox’s because I’ve already done some late night... weld it solid repairing.....

    I always enjoyed filling silos and miss chopping & hauling wagons.

    If any of you fellas are filling silos bags or bunkers post up some pictures.
     
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