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Old 04-26-2011, 01:30 AM   #21
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lol... I haven't got to see him run it...usually out in the field in the 8920....getting sick off the A/C....lol...sounds bad but this accounting major is getting anxious to get back home and get to work in the fields....lol
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Old 04-26-2011, 01:36 AM   #22
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take the boy out the country but not the country out the boy!
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Old 04-26-2011, 01:48 AM   #23
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I love those big case tractors, my friends grandpa has hay fields and i loooove getting to go out and bale hay with him in that big tractor all day.
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Old 04-26-2011, 05:23 AM   #24
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how did you know I have a quad? but its a '98 honda recon 250 been driving it since i was 8 years old.. im 21 now still looks and runs perfect
I remember riding my first quad. It was also a 98 Honda Recon. Weird. I'm only 3 years older than you too.
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I love those big case tractors, my friends grandpa has hay fields and i loooove getting to go out and bale hay with him in that big tractor all day.
We use our Massey to hay our field. The field hadn't been hayed in about 5 years so we bush hogged it twice last year (once begging of spring then again in fall) and we're gonna do the same this year. Hoping to start making hay next year. The only equipment we own is the tractor, the backhoe attachment, and a box blade for the road. We're borrowing the land owners bush hog, sickle cutter, rake, and baler. I know it looks small for baling hay, but the PTO has the right RPMs for it. It was bought on purpose that way. Big enough to do what we need, but not too big to get in the way.
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my daughter started at four, on her suzuki lt80 i got the throttle stop almost all the way down. shes doing pretty good now shes discovered mud can be really fun she gunned the throttle in a puddle last weekend and covered me and her grandpa behind her.
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i had a power wheels yamaha when i was little LOL no car battery though
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Psh. I got my 3 year old a Power Wheels John Deere tractor.
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we got my daughter one of those powerwheels motorcycles but she didnt really care to ride it much. must not have been fast enough. she really likes the 80cc though she wants to ride all the time
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Once I get my son more often he'll have a 50cc quad. Gotta get to where there is plenty of space though.
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upsides and down. ive got 86 acres, but i have to mow alot more than id like and your not likely going to find a good job near where you can get property for reasonable amount. so i got a good drive to work. but most of the time its worth it.

some of the newer 50'* have remote ign kill that would have been nice when she was first learning to use the brakes. they get the helmet on and cant hear you yelling.
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