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So I found this sweet Big Ten right after I picked up the B10 last weekend and of course it was 18 miles past where I was last weekend but I couldnt not go get it since there isnt a whole lot around her eto choose from. NY and NJ seem to produce a decent amount of tractors so thats where I had to go. I'm glad I did because this was a nice score. So now I have a fleet of 3!






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Nice score Bob... ps, Bob and John, I majored in "Shop" and loved it all 2 yrs Wood shop 2 yrs Machine shop 2 semesters of Drafting & Mechanical Drawing Semester each of: Print shop, Electric/electronics & Auto shop My 3 sons were hardly given the same choices I had due to "liability issues" which is crazy. Those classes helped me to go on to a great and very well paid blue collar career. Thank You both and to the other teachers that do what needs doing!dOd Ok I'm off the soap box now..........NICE TRACTORS !

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