Let's See Your Tractors

Discussion in 'TRACTORS & FARM TOOLS' started by macrnr, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. macrnr

    macrnr Active Members Active Member Supporter

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    Here is mine, a Case 480 LL. Everyone should have a tractor!
     

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  2. Jeff in Pa

    Jeff in Pa Active Members Active Member Supporter

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    A little smaller but built just as tough

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    Left--1968 Cub Cadet 125 with a QA-42 snow thrower and on the right is my 1966 Cub Cadet 122 with a 42" front blade. This is my snow crew.

    These are also my everyday lawn care/roto tilling/plow tractors.
     
  3. Michaeljp86

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  4. macrnr

    macrnr Active Members Active Member Supporter

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    Michaeljp86 are those working tractors? That is some fine looking iron.
     
  5. Michaeljp86

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    They were heading to the scrap yard when I got them.
     
  6. RandyM

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    Color me green here, 2305 and a 2520.
     

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  7. davidh

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    farmaldone1.jpg backhoe1 (800x600).jpg baby2 (800x600).jpg ac1 (800x600).jpg

    only the farmall left. the rest have been sold or traded. . . .
     
  8. OldMachinist

    OldMachinist Active Members Staff Member Active Member Moderator

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    There's a little snow on them today but here they are.

    1954 Ford 860

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    1947 Case SC with the trailer I built to haul firewood logs out of the woods.

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    This what I mow most of my lawn with. 1952 Allis Chalmers CA with a Woods L59 mower

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  9. Michaeljp86

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    What kind of tires are thos up front? They look like military tread.

    My dad had a farmall 230 which I think is a little newer version of the C. I think pulling a plow it would give his 90hp JD a run for its money.
     
  10. hermetic

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    Me on my Fordson Major 1954
     

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  11. stevecmo

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    Here's my old Ford just prior to selling it and then one of my John Deere "fleet" with wife and grandson.
     

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  12. Kennyd

    Kennyd Active Members Active Member Supporter

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    Here is me/mine from the other day after some snow, My wife was playing with her new Nikon D7000 I got her for Christmas:

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    If your a JD Fan, please check out my JD forum at www.greentractortalk.com
     
  13. Vince_O

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    Im like Jeff, all IH stuff, heres some of mine. No trailer queens here, all workers
     

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  14. Michaeljp86

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    Heres my dads grape tractor

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  15. Charley Davidson

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    I'm "Green with envy":lmao:
     
  16. brasssmanget

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    This is what I use at out hunting land for food plots, maintenance, etc. Yanmar CUB CADET EX3200




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  17. atwatterkent

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    It's small but it always starts.
     

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  18. rwwells

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    I went from 0 tractors to two many, the one without backhoe is a 801, the one with the backhoe is a 601.
     

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  19. macrnr

    macrnr Active Members Active Member Supporter

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    I thought it didn't snow in Texas?
    As seen by the posts in this thread, tractors are like tools, you can't have too many!:rofl:
     
  20. rwwells

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    Hah,,,,,,,,,,,,,,not much snow here where I am at usually,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
     

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