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100,000th Farmall Built


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Old 05-21-2019, 02:19:51 PM
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That was cool, caser!
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Well that's pretty cool! but I wonder how he is going to look with a broken arm because that is not how to start any tractor with a crank.
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20 years and 50 plus tractors later ive managed not to break my arm......

there are a few that i know will kick back and those get started with 1/4 up turns.
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I have to say I have been guilty of spinning a couple over the years, I got used to quarter up turns on my 22-36 and L Case, those don't spin well anyway.
I got frustrated and spun a friends' F-12 and the crank came off splittin my lip and chipping a tooth, not badly but enough to get my attention. Just like salsa dancing,tho ……..its all in the timing. I have been scolded a time or two at the shows for gripping wrongly, I always figured I had them timed not to kick but you know, never say never I guess.
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You forget to trip that pawl and BANG! Trip to the E.R.
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