SMITTY wrote:Are those ITP Mud Lite's on the rear? SWEEEET!! First time I ever saw those on a tractor!
Your bowl looked a little better than my Toro's ...
freetown fred wrote:Well yea that was the deciding factor--it's a 14 horse tecumsa--we had to give the tight ass $50.00
Me & my buddy went out shoppin this week-end--the kinda stuff we bring home
coalnewbie wrote:Me & my buddy went out shoppin this week-end--the kinda stuff we bring home
Those AC and Simplicities from that era were golden too. One attachment you may be interested in was a periscope that were fitted to tractors in upper NYS mowing in May. I desperately need to mow but there is no lever on my WH that operates a down bubble command and I forgot to get the torpedo tubes operational.
.the implication being that I am behind with my mowing. The REAL depressing thing is that I was mowing the cr ap out of everything up until two days ago. Things usually get moving quickly here in the NE springbut this year the growth rate is incredible, it's like Hollywood horror movie. I recycle the horse manure, lime, turn over many times and wait for 5 year and then spread. Great for the environment but man oh man forget that miracle grow ad, you have to see how the grass grows this time of year. A week of constant rain is a disaster - and then sunny and 85F. Gulp.if the fuel is affordable....
horses are real happy