Looks good @Oxbow!
I was 300 posts behind but finally caught up for now. I'm afraid I won't be able to keep up with you guys.
That truck is looking better every day! I'll bet your dad is getting excited to get it hooked up and put it to work.
I seen one of @MagnumaMoose's relatives today. You should tell them to stay off the road, they could get hit.
Welcome to #5 @Lilbow!
Well I'm 500 posts deep, trying to catch up. Im not skipping ahead, @Humblepie prolly has some good pics along the way. Lol
Good to see you...
Like others have said, we would line up the exhaust or center of hood on a object at the end of the field and pray you drove straight to it....
The field I'm working on has a old fairlane in the bottom of a slough.
Somebody posted a chick with big knockers 50 posts back. :D
I hate to say it but you're probably right. Some products made today aren't what they used to be that's for sure
Good quality products made in Ohio.
A friend of mine has this fridge in their shop. It still works and keeps everything ice cold.
@snowman_w900 @IH Truck Guy
Lookin good @Oxbow!
That looks very nice!
How big a shop you putting up?
Man I love that blue Pete!
That is some cool stuff @OLDSKOOLERnWV!...
Back in the saddle...
Hope it works out well for you. I'm curious how they will compare.
It won't bother the wheat or barley but will take a little longer to emerge out of the ground. When we start early in the spring like this we...
We are right at the freezing mark currently.
I wish it was in rain form but this will work. Id rather see this moisture then the dirt blowing...
Scratch that, it is plumbed in the fitting after the primary fuel
fillter. Sorry @Oxbow
Here is a pic of our Pete and KW locations.
It plumbs into the fitting after the primary fuel filter that is on the frame rail.