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I just joined after surfing around the site and finding some great information. I've had some Oliver tractors for many years, and still have a '46 70 Std, '49 77 RC n/f, '58 770 Std, and can't remember yr 880 RC w/f non-running diesel. I recently quit haying, having sold all related equipment this year.
I just bought a Fairmont M-19 and am researching the unit. I have a friend who has a couple and have been on a few rides, including a 3 day ride in Ontario years ago on his open, narrow front M-19. Most of the rails I've ridden are no longer there.
I also have a single-tracked walk-behind cultivator I inherited which I will get to one day. It is very unique.
I belong to a local tractor club as a lifetime member, but do not go to many of their meetings. Guess I'd rather putz with stuff rather than discuss organizational details. I also ride a couple Harleys and love to snowmobile...when I'm not replacing crankshafts anyway (gotta love Polaris 800 twins).
Anything old catches my interest. Great website here.
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