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This was the load out to Sam's Sam, Kent & Sams friend Ed a retired Allis Dealer [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/UCD/IM000001.JPG[/img] HB-116 ready to be loaded [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2//attach/UCD/IM000010.JPG[/img] The trailer loaded ready to come home.Kent's 2012 with loader HB-116 2 mower decks for one of Sam's customers in Mass. 2 transmissions 1 46"hd blade 1 parts frame misc other parts. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2//attach/UCD/IM000012.JPG[/img] Another view [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2//attach/UCD/IM000013.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2//attach/UCD/IM000014.JPG[/img] Should have loaded this. Sam's loader tractor with forklift [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2//attach/UCD/IM000011.JPG[/img]
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Yup, you guys look like genuine farmers in that picture, mighty fine load, house and yard. Great pictures. :D:D
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Nice Pictures. Sounds like a fun trip. Good to see where some of my parts have been shipped from, and be able to attach faces to club members. Hope to be making a small road trip to Ohio to pick up a blower to use next year. GregB
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and be able to attach faces to club members.
Thankfully the picture with the faces came out dark.....:D
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The hard part about picking up a tractor is the drive home to be able to unload and play. And I bet this ride home was a long ride seeing all those toys on that trailer everytime you looked back in the mirror.;) Makes me have to stop at every rest stop and mess around with them just to still know they are still there and see what I have to repair first when I get home.:D
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Kris, How very true. At every stop, we were gathered around the trailer, checking out the "new goodies." Let's just say that the drive home seemed at least twice as long as the drive out... I-90 through New York state seemed to last forever!
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Nice pics guys.:D Looks like you got a nice spread Sam. Hope to see the 2012 in action soon too bad I didn't get to see the HB-116, It looks nice in the pics. Too bad I couldn't make the trip really missed all that road food.;) NOT! I-90 in ny does go on forever.......all the way into mass!:p:o)
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Kent, I'm disapointed in you. If you had let me know you were going to be so close I could have told my wife it was a mandatory meeting. And I'm sure Sam would have had SOMETHING that I could have hauled home. McGill
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Dennis, Maynard kept saying that I should save all my receipts and claim it as a "business trip" for an "executive committee meeting." Problem was, I didn't know where to send the expense report to get reimbursed.... Sam has a pretty good inventory of snowblowers and parts, given the mild winter out there, but I think he's just now starting to go to the consignment sales to stock up...
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Dennis, Maynard kept saying that I should save all my receipts and claim it as a "business trip" for an "executive committee meeting." Problem was, I didn't know where to send the expense report to get reimbursed....
I would send it to the Clubhouse. I would vote to have the membership pay it, if polled. Mr. Treasurer? Tacey
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Art and others, We have not quite 10 acres all together. Pasture ground and hills. I just planted over 80 trees out on it last year. I'm curious to see how many made it through the winter. My wife has chickens and ducks, a couple of fallow deer and some goats. It gets old building 7' fences:(! But they make her happy.^ Its nice out here, but I have alot of maintinance yet to do on the buildings here and there. Dieselman, you can go to Clubphoto.com and type my e-mail addres stericson@winco.net in the box and you will find my photo albums I have online. One is labeled intersting tractor or items or something like that. It has a bunch of pictures of that Loader tractor. Its a D/A 916 that I re-tinned with AC 917 tin. Its fun to play with, especially when I pick up a MTD and run it over to the junk pile and literally dump it off:D
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