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Author Topic: Post a pic of your latest purchase  (Read 2548208 times)

Offline CrabsAndCylinders

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Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Reply #17290 on: Oct 03, 2018, 21:03:15 »
Hmm, took your advice and now I have a shiner... maybe your on to something

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Maybe try rephrasing the request?
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Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Reply #17291 on: Oct 04, 2018, 00:51:16 »
Adding "Please" in front of "Smell my feet bitch!" might work.































Or not.

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Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Reply #17292 on: Oct 04, 2018, 01:32:11 »
Adding "Please" in front of "Smell my feet bitch!" might work.

Let us know how that works out for you, remember to cover your nuts.































Or not.
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Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Reply #17293 on: Oct 09, 2018, 21:59:32 »
Bought me a 1976 Cub Cadet 1450 for $500.




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Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Reply #17294 on: Oct 10, 2018, 09:56:40 »
Nice get Irk  thats probably built 10x better than a new one today.
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Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Reply #17295 on: Oct 10, 2018, 10:19:25 »
I have a custom knifemaker friend who lets me use his machine shop and welding equipment from time to time. I've been after one of his knives since the day we met 8 years ago, but they are, shall we say, "spendy".

Well, he has designed and produced a large batch of his new series of tactical flippers, at less than half the price of his full size hand-made models.

This is a "Lanny's Clip" tactical flipper in marbled micarta and titanium, with an S35VN blade.





Dimensionality:



Coincidentally, the knives appear almost exactly to scale in the photos, on my laptop screen; actual dimensions in the drawing above are not to scale, in case your screen varies...
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Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Reply #17296 on: Oct 10, 2018, 14:36:10 »
Nice Cub, Irk! We bought a 1980 JD 216 in 1985, mowed for several decades with it, then it sat in an open-sided shed for another decade or so. Aired the tires, changed the oil, greased everything, changed belts, charged the battery and mowed for two years then bought a 345. For the past four years the 216 just tills the garden a couple times a year. Still on a 14 year-old battery. The old garden tractors are just as tough as the old farm tractors. Collectable, too!
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Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Reply #17297 on: Oct 10, 2018, 15:08:22 »
Nice Cub, Irk! We bought a 1980 JD 216 in 1985, mowed for several decades with it, then it sat in an open-sided shed for another decade or so. Aired the tires, changed the oil, greased everything, changed belts, charged the battery and mowed for two years then bought a 345. For the past four years the 216 just tills the garden a couple times a year. Still on a 14 year-old battery. The old garden tractors are just as tough as the old farm tractors. Collectable, too!
I'm definitely on the search for a tiller.  I've noticed there are companies that still make attachments, like a front end loader for them too.  I only have an acre, but it's property my regular rider was getting destroyed by.  I would have to do a repair every time I had to cut.  I've been having to borrow my dad's walk behind tiller when I needed it too. 

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Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Reply #17298 on: Oct 10, 2018, 15:19:16 »
I'm definitely on the search for a tiller.  I've noticed there are companies that still make attachments, like a front end loader for them too.  I only have an acre, but it's property my regular rider was getting destroyed by.  I would have to do a repair every time I had to cut.  I've been having to borrow my dad's walk behind tiller when I needed it too.
Get on a couple GT forums, and soon you'll find one (Craigslist has them, also). I found ours near Omaha, and my manager let me rent an SUV for a trip to KC to help out a site. When I had finished in KC, I drove up and picked up the tiller. We already had a sleeve hitch and plow (and disk, but it didn't work well) for the 216, so hook-up was easy. Don't know how the Cub drives one, but on the JD you need a "mule" intermediate drive pully. Make sure your tiller comes with whatever is needed there as the mule can be as expensive as the tiller (ours came with one).
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Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase
« Reply #17299 on: Oct 11, 2018, 23:45:19 »
A buddy of mine decided to sell off all of his shop tools and move from his place to a 9th story apartment. (Not sure if he fell and hit his head or what) He made me a "friends and family" deal on his old tig welder that I couldn't pass up. Ac/dc inverter (can weld aluminum and mild or stainless steel), argon bottle, filler, gas lense, pedal, ground ect plus an oxy fuel torch set (less the bottles) for $350. Pretty excited to finally be able to tig in my own garage.

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