Another Tennessee boy with an invisible IH tattoo...

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Another Tennessee boy with an invisible IH tattoo...

Postby jkm2a » Tue May 25, 2010 11:55 pm

Hello, all,

I've just joined this fine Forum, led here by a 184 I purchased a few months back. I grew up driving Farmalls on my dad's farm and never quite was able to make the switch when he converted to John Deere in the late '70s after purchasing a lemon 1086. I have been into Cub Cadets for several years now and am a member of two other Cub Cadet forums. I also have a 684 that I bought back when I was farming part-time. Probably the main reason I bought the 184 is that it resembled my 684 so much, but was sized between the 684 and the Cub Cadets. It seemed to be a really good deal at the time, I knew it needed some attention but did not realize exactly how much attention it needs. I still like it, just not sure how useful it's gonna be in the long run.

Anyway, I'm glad to be part of the Forum. I've already seen some familiar names in the Cub Cadet section, have just sent a message to a local resident I've never met who has a VERY interesting custom Cub Cadet, and am looking forward to meeting other members and checking out their handiwork as well. Thanks for allowing me aboard!
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Re: Another Tennessee boy with an invisible IH tattoo...

Postby dgrapes59 » Wed May 26, 2010 7:47 am

Welcome to the forum!

Glad you deciced to "roll up your shrit sleeve" and show off your IH Tattoo! :lol: By the looks of things you have quite a collection, pictures are always welcomed... and often encouraged. :D

I think we all know who this guy is with the custom Cub Cadet.... he is a pretty talented guy!

Welcome and best of luck,

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Re: Another Tennessee boy with an invisible IH tattoo...

Postby VinceD » Wed May 26, 2010 8:10 pm

Welcome to a great forum with fantastic people and more info than you can imagine - regardless of the type of tractor you have. Enjoy. :D :D
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Re: Another Tennessee boy with an invisible IH tattoo...

Postby Mike in Louisiana » Thu May 27, 2010 10:07 am

Welcome to a great forum
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Re: Another Tennessee boy with an invisible IH tattoo...

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