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Old 06-10-2008, 07:38 PM
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Nuthin runs like a Deere

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THIS FAR!!!!

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Look at the tire.
Front right caliper is dragging and it's up a gradual incline.
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Old 06-10-2008, 08:09 PM
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Nice job...

Hey Dan you sending the yota to the boneyard??

It looks kind of worn out...
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Hey Dan...the seats in the 'Yota don't look very comfortable!!!
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I just stole (baught) a gator 4x2. I love the thing.
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Hey Dan...the seats in the 'Yota don't look very comfortable!!!



Last time I saw that truck was heading down to your lot for the buy back program....

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I just stole (baught) a gator 4x2. I love the thing.


.........I would love to get my hands on one like it..........
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I baught a john deere gator 4x2 with 900 hrs for $200 because to guy who owned it thought it was a POS. The truth is he was the POS. He thought that because it had a engine oil leak, differential oil leak, grinded gears when shifting from neutral, and it bounced when driving over rough roads. I fixed all the problems in one weekend for about $35. The oil leaks were seals, the grinding problem was a high idle issues cause the clutch to stay engaged, and the bouncing was coil over shocks that were not adjusted right in combination with air pressure being two high in the tires.

When I looked at it I told him it was a junker and I needed to put alot into it. I knew better. So for $235 I have a gator that is worth $3500. I even could register it for the road. It has head lights, tail lights, turn signals, a cab with a windshield wiper, seat belts, and a amber strobe on top. Also, it has a power hoist bed.

Like I said stole it.
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I baught a john deere gator 4x2 with 900 hrs for $200 because to guy who owned it thought it was a POS. The truth is he was the POS. He thought that because it had a engine oil leak, differential oil leak, grinded gears when shifting from neutral, and it bounced when driving over rough roads. I fixed all the problems in one weekend for about $35. The oil leaks were seals, the grinding problem was a high idle issues cause the clutch to stay engaged, and the bouncing was coil over shocks that were not adjusted right in combination with air pressure being two high in the tires.

When I looked at it I told him it was a junker and I needed to put alot into it. I knew better. So for $235 I have a gator that is worth $3500. I even could register it for the road. It has head lights, tail lights, turn signals, a cab with a windshield wiper, seat belts, and a amber strobe on top. Also, it has a power hoist bed.

Like I said stole it.



Wow...Sweeeeeet and that wil last you a real long time as well..
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Dan by the way that is a nioce tractor you have there...How long have you owned it?
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Here is my John Deere that I picked up back when I worked for the local John Deere dealer....







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The red Toyota is now cut up and the frame is off to the salvage yard.
$18 and a dump run took car of the interior plastic parts and a few other things not needed in the garage. and I got $20 for the Tilt steering column it had. I also have extra glass for the Black Toyota now. Just used the under hood fuse box to fix the oil soaked and busted up fuse box the Black Toyota came with. Gotta love making one out of 2.

Sean had the John Deere about 1.5 years. I think? At least one year. Used that year and 0% financing to pay it off. It's got like 18 hours on it.
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Hey Sean,

I could use that rototiller and tractor for a weekend..

What do you say?

Theres 2 free baconators in it for ya...

Heck I will even throw in fries and drink..
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Hey Sean,

I could use that rototiller and tractor for a weekend..

What do you say?

Theres 2 free baconators in it for ya...

Heck I will even throw in fries and drink..

Don that tractor does a hell of a good job...
The question of the day is how do we get it to your house with out costing and arm & Leg for fuel
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I thought those old JDs were highly fuel efficient!!!
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