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Seen the past fall at a local park; looked old but still meaningfully employed:

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Welcome to The Tractor Forum Chris. Great pictures. Lots of detail. Thought there for a minute that I saw my reflection on the ram of that hydraulic cylinder on the near side of the FEL second picture down. Turned out it was a dirty spot on my computer screen. Had to fight a urge the get up and wash my hands after seeing the close-up of the tie rod end but finally convinced myself that you can not get greasy just by looking at a picture, no matter how good the picture. My, wife however, says I can. She had me wash them anyway.

Why was you walking around the tractor? Is it for sale? Are you thinking about buying it?

Hope you have as much fun on this forum as I do.

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Welcome Chris. That is a nice looking tractor there, and for a town owned peice, looks prety clean.
 

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Originally posted by John-in-Ga
Welcome to The Tractor Forum Chris. Great pictures. Lots of detail. Thought there for a minute that I saw my reflection on the ram of that hydraulic cylinder on the near side of the FEL second picture down. Turned out it was a dirty spot on my computer screen. Had to fight a urge the get up and wash my hands after seeing the close-up of the tie rod end but finally convinced myself that you can not get greasy just by looking at a picture

LOL!
Thanks much - shooting in the high quality mode on a nice sunny early afternoon brought out a lot of the detail, moreso than any skill on my part. The whole encounter was a happy coincidence, as I was sitting down across the way eating my lunch. Easily accessible old tractor, digital camera, nice weather combined for these shots.

>tractor? Is it for sale? Are you thinking about buying it?

Heh, a tad overkill for my pea patch :) Not that I couldn't find a use or two for it ;-)

>Hope you have as much fun on this forum as I do.

Thanks!
 
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