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john-holcomb
[img]/club2/attach/RayS/zzz Copy.jpg[/img] :DI am going to try again to post a picture. I finally got the blower tractor ready, I have foud it alot easier to keep a set of tires with chains on and just change tires on the blower tractor.

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John Read the instructions. How to UP-Load Pictures to Forums (UPDATED) [url]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=33415[/url] How to Fix The Dreaded Red X or diskette Fixing The Dreaded.[img][/img] or diskette [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/images/disk.gif[/img] showing up instead of your picture. [url]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=25930[/url]

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Chad, The Oliver is a 1969, 1650 gas with a 1610 loader. It is a late 1650 with all 1655 parts, Over/under hydro shift and the set back utility axle. 72.5 certified HP with 18 forward and 6 reverse speeds.It makes life easy for us old guys :D when I have to move a parts tractor or a loaded tractor tire. :D:DJohn

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John_RI
Nice line-up John. Looks like you're set for whatever Mother Nature dishes out! Uploading the pictures are a bit of a pain. After I've done 2 or 3 I have it pretty well down but by the next time I want to post another, I've forgotten how and have to go back and follow UCD's road map.

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lboy1971
What are the two simplicity tractors? I've had problems uploading pictures too. Once in a while I'll get it right. I end up having 2-3 windows open when trying it. 1 that I'm doing the uploading on, a 2nd that has the uploading directions opened on, and a 3rd that has the folder where the pictures are located. I should probably just print out the directions and keep them near my monitor. Too bad my printer is on the fritz :(

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john-holcomb
The two simplicities are a 3410 3 speed with the blade and a 7013s [sort of] the 7013 has a 16HP briggs, front end from a 2110 [I like the narrow tires in the snow] and a single belt snow blower adapted to the RBT with an oversize pulley on the engine shaft.

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andy gartner
Hey nice set up John, looks like you're good to go! I find if I edit my photos in photoshop or whatever, I have to do some shifting around, to get them to post. if I leave them alone, they post right up.

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