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 Post subject: Re: weekend plans
PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2016 7:33 pm 
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Oldiron, here are your pictures


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One can go into a wild country and make it tame,
but, like a coat & cap & mittens that he can never take off,
he must always carry the look of the land as it was.
He can drive his plow through the nigger-wool,
make fields and roads go every way, build him a fine house
and wear the stiff collar, and yet he will always look like the grass where
the buffalo have eaten and smell of the new ground he has trod.


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 Post subject: Re: weekend plans
PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2016 6:57 pm 
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Dang, them Frame weights look huge. Never put mine on yet though so can't say, but mine don't look that big.

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 Post subject: Re: weekend plans
PostPosted: Wed Apr 20, 2016 5:13 am 
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There are two sizes of the frame weights Frank.

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One can go into a wild country and make it tame,
but, like a coat & cap & mittens that he can never take off,
he must always carry the look of the land as it was.
He can drive his plow through the nigger-wool,
make fields and roads go every way, build him a fine house
and wear the stiff collar, and yet he will always look like the grass where
the buffalo have eaten and smell of the new ground he has trod.


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 Post subject: Re: weekend plans
PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2016 9:03 pm 
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Nebraska Cowman wrote:
There are two sizes of the frame weights Frank.


Dag Nummit, Learned sumthing new all the time.

Surprised I found mine, had to argue with the local scrapper that they weren't just normal everyday windmill weights, he is never wrong, well until I showed him the IH stamp, all of a sudden he was at a loss.

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