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Finally got number two shined up.
In case you didn't see it "before" here's what it looked like when I pulled it out of the weeds.
Here it is with it's "barn Mate"
With the warm weather we have been having in Georgia lately I've been thinking about gardening.
Looks like you did a little more than shine er up! They look great!!
Yep, that's a beauty!
I think Tezell has beat you too it. He's probably plowed half of Georgia and parts of North Florida by now.
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Nice Job! (care to share what wax you used to get that shine! )
Thanks for sharing,
Thanks for the kind words guys. You are right Stanton it took a little more that shining to get it looking like this. Also it runs good and doesn't have too many strange sounds in the trans and rear end thanks to a arm load of new bearing and seals.
David it took several of months of breaking it apart, sanding and grinding and a gallon of IH red to get that shine. But it's all a labor of love.
Bill I was thinking about Tim when I made that comment about gardening. They really have had some warm weather down south. I was thinking he was probably itching to get something in the ground. It dropped into the 50s last night here in North Georgia coldest it been in over a week. I've got some pepper and flower seed in boxes inside under a light but the only thing I got in the garden is turnip greens and they are looking good.
Nice Job !!
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You did good. Lovin that red square nose.
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Really nice looking Cub! Hope mine will end up as nice as yours when ever I can get to it! Thanks for posting. Steve K.
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