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My oldest powered yard machine is a 1923 Milwaulke Equipment Roto Tiller.This machine has has driven cast iron wheels a Wisconson engine,rear tines,shaft driven,14 inches wide. It still does a great job.Went out to the barn to take a few pictures,but it is buried. Man I have got to clean all 3 of my building as soon as the snow flies.
 

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My oldest piece of equipment is my girlfriend... She's 45 and still does a pretty decent job too...


dont tell her i said this though :)



sj
 

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Are you saying your girlfriend is yard equipment?
 

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Just run man....don't look back....run.....they will always catch you sooner or later. That's how they get you to marry you.....just don't tell my wife.
 

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Originally posted by simple_john

thanks for sending that off to her leolav.. she just called... at least she's MUCH older than me so i can outrun her... (good thing)
You just keep digging a deeper hole for yourself don't you?
 

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Originally posted by Ingersoll444
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Opps I am wrong. I guess this would be older. Some kind of old hay rake. It is realy not in THAT bad of shape. The wheels still turn,[a little wobbbly though] and the rake part goes up and down. Anyone know anything about these? One day I would not mind restoring it to working condition.
 

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our oldest peice of yard equipment we use regularily is a 39 farmal h on a mower have lots of older stuff but it only runs once or twice a year the h runs 3 or 4 times a week
 
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