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Been playing with that "other" green and yellow one so much we decided to wash our first green and yellow one, the old timer on the bar stool is the fella who we bought it from back in 2008


 

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kent said:
How come the women are doing all the work?

(Nice looking tractor!)
Thanks guys! That Oliver is the first tractor we bought that had nice paint on it so we keep her shiny! As for the women doing the work....What can I say I'm blessed with hard workers :D
 

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That's one fine looking 60. I always liked the style of them. Those olivers are also hard to beat in that weight class pullin the sled.
 

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Kirk-NJ said:
That's one fine looking 60. I always liked the style of them. Those olivers are also hard to beat in that weight class pullin the sled.
Thank you! You know I have thought about pulling it but not sure what class it would fit in....maybe i'll just do it as an exhibition pull???
 

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There are those flat spoke wheels fot the WC. Ollie 60's used to pull in the 3500 LB class here and seem to do well.

Some one has to take the pictures, lots of work getting the angle right and not having shadows or glare.

:D Al
 

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alleyyooper said:
There are those flat spoke wheels fot the WC. Ollie 60's used to pull in the 3500 LB class here and seem to do well.

Some one has to take the pictures, lots of work getting the angle right and not having shadows or glare.

:D Al
See I thought I could sneak it into 3000lb with no weights on it :? Are you saying I dont take good pics? ;) :lol:
 

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Some one has to take the pictures, lots of work getting the angle right and not having shadows or glare.

Thats why the women get to do the easy work!!!!


:D Al
 

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alleyyooper said:
Some one has to take the pictures, lots of work getting the angle right and not having shadows or glare.

Thats why the women get to do the easy work!!!!


:D Al
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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Actually I prefer tractors in work clothes.....That way I cant "mess" them up that easy ;) :lol:
 
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