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    Default 1935 Diesel Seventy-Five

    My 75 at local plow/disk day. Pulling two 18' disks in fourth gear.
    https://youtu.be/8cQsKiRH0zo
    Last edited by Rome K/G; 08-21-2016 at 04:50 PM.

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    She looks to be doing it easy, nice looking tractor, thanks for sharing.
    Mike

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    Thank You! ya she was running really good, much better since I changed the fuel tank cap, had the old solid brass one and wasnt venting the tank and was dropping the fuel pressure.

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    There is two more videos #21 and #23 I could not get to load. Have to find tractor though, they didnt title them right.
    Last edited by Rome K/G; 08-21-2016 at 04:54 PM.

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    Looks good Rome - I can see on google maps where the discs were parked in the back forty. Did you work that paddock between the docks and the main entrance? Looks like he has quite a few acres there. Doesn't hurt to have somewhere to go fishing right after working up the paddock either! : )
    Cheers,
    Neil.

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    Thanks Neil, ya that's where it was, really nice place.

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    Dang Rome, they're gonna need more plow pullers to keep up with your 75! Looks like you were flattening those furrows faster than they were turning them over. Great vids, that looks like a fun way to spend a day.
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    Good looking setup all the way around. Those overhead videos are neat.
    Thanks


    BP
    Holt 45 power unit, Two Ton, Sixty (2), Diesel 40, No.11 AutoPatrol, 4G D4, 9U D6, 17R D6C, 9G D7, 7M D7, DW20.

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    lol they only had two and three bottoms plowing but it sure did turn out to be a fun day, got done around three back to shop at four and the storms brought 3/4" of rain right after. Ya them flying do-jiggers are pretty cool! that's what ya call a birds eye view and without droppin one on ya, lol

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    Was neat to watch the drawbar swing when I turned, never noticed that when operating.
    https://youtu.be/Pocd70wcDVU

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