Post by x101airborne on Jun 6, 2022 13:27:01 GMT -5
Im really diggin on those old tractors! Very nice fellas! I am using a John Deere 6125M and a 15 foot batwing shredder (bushhog) mostly or the same tractor with a 50 foot 1000 gallon agriculture spray rig. Lucky for me it is cabbed and air conditioned. Bad thing is there is no place for the pressure from a revolver fired from the seat to go except back into your ears so normally I use a regular length shotgun full of #4 buck. Keep the tractor going in low gear and a yote will stand there like another member mentioned. Kick the door open and let fly.
Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying: “Whom shall I send, And who will go for Us?” Then I said, “Here am I! Send me.”
I have a 1947 model C Allis Chalmer tricycle front end with a belly mower, and a 1952 Model B Allis Chalmer wide front end with a 4 ft. bushhog . A S&W Shield in 9 mm or 45 acp every day, and a High Standard 2 1/2 in., or single six with shot shells as needed.
Post by bearskinner on Jun 6, 2022 22:35:37 GMT -5
I really like the older Allis Chamler tractors. I have a 1937 AC pulling a spring tooth harrow out in front of my main entry way. It’s pretty hard to find the ranch, as the mail entrance is at the end of a private road. The Tractor defines where to enter.
ONEGOODSHOT, you have some great old tractors. Love the JDs. As a teenager, we used to put up hay for a farmer down the road. We pulled the wagon with an MT. Those brothers baled em heavy, around 75-80 lbs, and put around 125 bales on the wagon. That little tractor was TOUGH, it wouldn't stall. I would pull onto the road in 3rd, throw it in 4th, and it would chug right down then rev right back up and hum right down the road. Helluva machine. Ive had a Ford 600 for 30 years, another great tractor. Me and that tractor cleared my yard(overgrown old farm), we've kept the road open during snow storms, plus a ton of everyday chores. Thanks for the memories.