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  • Garden Tractor Plow Day

    This looks like it could be a fun event, and it even has a swap meet.

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    It was steep, UPHILL, on a paved lot, into Bobs' Repair Shop business. He built a push bumper on his Garden Tractor to push DEAD cars inside. It must have had a 9,000 to 1 Gear Reduction, it would even push a car with the rear wheels locked--(SCREECH!)
    Bill Isawitmyself


      BILL WILLIAMSON commented
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      Another Guy tired of pushin' his Model A back & forth from a shed to his garage.
      He mounted a Briggs & Stratton on a flat bar, in front of the transmission. He welded a clutch disc center to the centrifugal clutch & PLUGGED it onto the pilot shaft. With the floorboards OUT, he could reach the controls & just DROVE that DUDE, back & forth!!!
      Bill Amazed

  • #3
    I know this is an old thread, but, as I am new here, I am trying to get "caught up" on all the fun I've been missing.
    the plowing match post is now gone. A number of years ago I attended a garden tractor plowing match in Wisconson. What a site to behold, 50 garden tractors in a row, plowing in unison, one just behind the other with their left side wheels in the furrows. They had that 40 acre field plowed in no time. Great memory for me.
    Still have my JD 214 garden tractor with "lots" of original accessories. There still is a fun rivalry between the Cub Cadet owners and the John Deere owners. . Jeff
    Twiss Collector Car Parts


    • #4
      Jeff i see your digging hard through our VAST Bring up as many old threads as you want to, in any area. Hell they can’t be more than 8 months old anyway. I think i have every single thread memorized, that’s NUTS is’nt it,, yikes!!!
      3~ Tudor's & 1~ Coupe
      Henry Ford said,
      "It's all nuts and bolts"
      "Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible."

      Mitch's Auto Service ctr


      • JDupuis
        JDupuis commented
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        Thanks Mitch! Some of the Christmas posts I'll leave alone, just waiting for this coming Christmas. Lol
        On a side note, I've really been enjoying my stay here.
        I missed you guys. Jeff

      • Mitch
        Mitch commented
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        Are you going to Brents Or Branson

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