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I am proud to announce Johnny Products (maker of the famous Johnny Buckets line) as a proud sponsor of the Tractorforum.com forum community. I encourage you to patronize this loyal supporter of our community whenever possible.

Check out this sponsor and their complete product offerings:
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Thank you John --- Best of luck and success to you in 2004!!!

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Andy


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Andy
 

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great They seem like great products.. i wish they made a bucket for my prestige.

Mr Johnny? any future plans?
 

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Welcome John looks like a nice product:thumbsup: :friends:
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I had always planded to get one for my 444. Just kinda waiting to get the money together. Probably will not now with the N I can get a dirt scoup. but the JB seems to be a REAL nice peice. I was only looking at the Ingersoll model, but the mounting brackets seems to be realy well made, and the attachment seems to be sized perfict for the tractor. OK it' not a loader, with it's higer lift, but do you REALY want to be on a GT with a heavy load lifted over your head? Not me.
 
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