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plastikosmd

not much tractoring lately

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tho this is related...proctology on a Dad's Fathers Day present [IMG]http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j5/plastikosmd/daddeere.jpg[/IMG] And the reason I havent seen much of the tractors... [IMG]http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j5/plastikosmd/residenttrip.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j5/plastikosmd/hammerdown.jpg[/IMG]

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rsnik
Looks like a Parker 2520. I don't see a windlass for your chain rode but it must be there. You got to admit it is homely as heck and slammed together looking, but I know many guys in the industry down here who say they are the finest kind.

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plastikosmd
2520, no better boat for what we do with it. Unless it was a 28! great for the bay and I love the style. I have some plans for upgrading the cabin. This fall i will be adding a bench/microwave +/- fridge, storage and sink. no windlass, i dont anchor that much <5% of the time, fish on the drift. Maybe someday if i see the need.

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plastikosmd
ya, learnin the bay more and more, avoiding the big rocks (prudence island etc..:) It seems the bass have left the bay, waitin on the blues to come in

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cute little deere (as you know i have a couple of them also) got it from a coworker, was sittin in the weeds for a couple years...started right up with a new battery but had a blown rear/transaxle. gear drive-perkins so was easy..pick it up 4 bolts and 2 clips and runs like a top. 5 foreward, 1 reverse. durn thing started right up after hangin like that for 2 days also (i did let the oil settle back for a min or 2! dad will love it

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