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Old 06-24-2012, 01:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Excoastie View Post
the piston idea is pretty cool, but what are you going to do when the tires slip a little as they surely will while mowing?

although I totally and completely HATE trains, this is looking pretty sharp.

Exco
Yell whoo whoo?

I'm was thinking they could be removed for everyday use as well as the cow catcher. I've got a trail about 1/4 mile long through the woods bordered with the fallen trees around the property and covered in wood chips (friend owns a tree service). I have pumpkin hunts and have been using the tractor for hay rides at my daughter's b-day parties (Oct 16/Halloween). So the entire idea is was to A. Fix the headlight (LOL) and B. make it more fun for them (little 'uns)

She also wanted to go in the parade last year and they let just about anyone in it (suckers).

Now I'm thinking of a hook-n-ladder (two trailers combined and stretched) because I've had a few decent offers on the Choo choo. There's alot of local farms with hay rides and things like that around here. And the Parades are sponsored by Toms River Volunteer Fire Dept #1.
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