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New member from NW Pa.

Postby Dsc1 » Mon Aug 20, 2012 7:40 pm

Hay everyone,glad I found this site.I guess I've been on here a cuple of months but never intro'd myself.I guess I've been a red tractor fan all my life but never had a reason to own one untill I moved here from my burb home in Ohio,it was a "73" Wheel Horse for me.After moving here wich was a deer camp I bought a "44" Farmall "bn" and used it to clear for a house but without hydro's it came up lacking,was fun running it for fire wood and pulling around tree's and stumps.This past spring I blew the 2nd rear end in The horse and dissided it was time for more tractor.I only have 17acres mostly woods and put the house 275ft off the road,mow about an acre and a half,and tack care of about an acre of food plot and long trails.I think I was lucky to find an IH 184 in June over by Columbus in very original shape with a woods L59 deck.This tractor is the one I hope,just need to put on the 3pt.Well this is getting long so like I said this looks like a great site. Thanks All Dan
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Re: New member from NW Pa.

Postby Rudi » Mon Aug 20, 2012 8:36 pm

Dan:

G'day to you and welcome. A lot of our members have other Letter Series tractors and I guess you can see by the renovated Farmall/IH/Case forum, we do mean a lot :lol: Although there is not a lot of resources (manuals and such) there is a lot of knowledge available from our membership.

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Re: New member from NW Pa.

Postby RaymondDurban » Mon Aug 20, 2012 8:48 pm

Welcome to the Forum Dan!
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Re: New member from NW Pa.

Postby Dsc1 » Thu Aug 23, 2012 4:23 am

Thanks guys,this really looks like a good site and if I ever figur it out ,will post picks.
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Re: New member from NW Pa.

Postby Mike in Louisiana » Mon Aug 27, 2012 8:22 am

Welcone to the forum Dan.
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