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Kent

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow...

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Kent
And here's Rich Paquette's 9HP Landlord playing in the snow. There's 4 more pictures, plus links to the larger picture on his gallery page (they're too big to fit here). Rich I really like that color scheme in the paint job, even though it's not original. It certainly makes your tractor an ORIGINAL...[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/gallery/64_landlord.htm'][img src='http://www.simpletractors.com/gallery/rp_2_small.JPG'][/a]

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Kent
By the way, I apologize for these additions (and any others) being so slow lately. I've been out of town at least a part of every week since New Years, on business... I'm going again next week, but hopefully that will change fairly soon....

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Kent
Hi Kent, I am sure that everyone knows and understands that you are doing the very best you can and besides its not like your getting paid for posting our stuff "but" its nice of you letting us all know just incase. Thanks, >->>happyjack<-<< P.S. My Landlord did a fantastic job with its 9hp engine up untill the point I put a 10hp on it and I didn't notice all that much difference between the too other then 1hp that's all and somemore torque to help it along. Now its time to put a 12hp on it and it should put-put all the better.

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Kent
I received some great pictures from members after the recent New England storms and have finally have posted them to the Gallery. Let's start with Doug Wenzloff and his 5 HP Serf -- check out how deep the snow is that this little tractor is cutting through...[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/gallery/dw_serf_525.htm'][img src='http://www.simpletractors.com/gallery/dw_525-002f.jpg'][/a]

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Kent, I love Doug's little 5hp cranking through that. My 2110 with a plow would have needed a flying start. That's why I decided that I also needed a blower, so if anyone out there has a #345, or a #563...vintage late 60's, please email me. Terry9@home I need the juice

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