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 12-05-2003, 18:26 Post: 70372
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Well I spent the day at a couple dealers. Looked at the Kubota 7800 / JD 2210 / JD 4115 & 4210 / NH 1725. I really wanted to see the NH TC24 and TC 29, but the dealer said he would order, but does not carry. As much as I want to be a real tractor owner Ya know the more power R R R R. I think reality set in with size and pricing. I think the 7800 is just bigger then I really need and the JD 2210 is not much more then a lawn mower on steriods ( Not that that is bad, Just do not feel comfortable with the limited Cat 1 3PT and tires. So I think I have narrowed my field down to the 4115 or the TC24 Now for the question. Looking at 17,500 w/ FEL and 60"MMM for the TC24 and 18,700 for the 4115 w/ same features. These were the first prices given with no Haggeling. Thoughts? I know the Kubota 7800 is about 16,900 and a 30 horse, but from what I have seen you get what you pay for. Yes it is a little cheaper for a little more, but the attachments don't seem as heavy gauge as JD and NH.






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 12-05-2003, 18:43 Post: 70374
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Sounds like your are on the right track to me.






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 12-07-2003, 18:16 Post: 70485
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Have to ask Chief, Navy / CG / Police or something else? Where did the name Chief come from? Only curious as I am a weekend warrior Chief in the CG






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 12-08-2003, 12:20 Post: 70553
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Chief is one of them ARMY kind of guys Warrant that gets him the handle of Chief. Not trying to speak for you Chief, couldn't resist. How are you doing. I am also a Weekend warrior in the Air National Guard and also a Chief. Boy looks like a lot of Chiefs here.






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 12-08-2003, 12:31 Post: 70554
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All these NCO's takes me back...

Does this mean we're going to have to have an enlisted section and an officer's section, I've had enough of that crap already in my life.

Maybe we could give all the NCO's honourary 'tractor' rank and make it an open door policy at the O. Club.

First round is on me.

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 12-08-2003, 13:01 Post: 70557
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Won't even venture into the NCO / O thing. Best left alone.I am sure we have many enlisted & officers lurking on these boards.






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 12-08-2003, 13:20 Post: 70558
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wbowhunt,

The handle came from a professional insider's joke that us Warrant Officers propagated. I am a retired US Army Aviation Chief Warrant Officer CW4. When I was on active duty the commisioned officers and even some NCO's were really wrapped around the axle and overly emphasized being addressed by their military correct rank and proper address when greeted. These same folks addressed Warrant Officers as "Chief" which is a term of endearment many commisioned & enlisted used to address Warrant Officers but not as specified by the regualtions they so readily quoted. This was not an approved or authorized term of address or referal to rank. I personally did not mind and took it as a positive thing and a compliment realizing the intent was well meaning. The Clinton era know-it-alls in charge of policy strictly enforced this issue of proper military address. A lot of Warrants would get upset and say something like "do I have feather hangin' down my ass???" Many of us just made it the butt of a joke and when we (meaning Warrant Officers) greated each other, we called each other "Chief". The joke was readily appearent when several Warrant Officers would meet in an area and greet each other........ "Hey chief!", hello chief!, chief!, how ya doing chief!" etc. After about 20 or 30 "hey chief!"'s it was somewhat amusing and a got the point across about how pompus being so formal was. Anyway, you had to be there to appreciate it. Wink yeah right I used the term "Chief" in much of my email while on active duty as sense of humor break the ice type thing and I guess it just stuck. Hence the handle "Chief"......now Chief Warrant Officer 4 retired.






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 12-08-2003, 13:52 Post: 70560
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I knew you would pop in sooner or later Chief how are you doing. I used to be E9living and changed my handle to popabear, that is the handle my daughter calles me on the two way's. I know you would have a good explanation for the Chief in you. Do you miss the Army yet? I am still at TACOM keeping the equipment working.






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 12-08-2003, 14:05 Post: 70561
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We always took Chief as a term of respect, the wise old NCO who was smarter than to take a commission.

I knew one who used to get asked by the young brass why he never went up for his commission, his answer was always "All the men like me Sir, why would I want to screw that up by getting promoted?".

BTW, in editing my photos this morning I came up with a new colour scheme for JD, I call it the Vets Version, have a look at my # 10....

Best of luck.






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 12-08-2003, 15:47 Post: 70578
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Did not mean to bring back un fond memories for some and by no means a start of the NCO / O issue. Which in my years no one really went to the O side anyway, all the O's came over to the E or CPO club. Much better entertainment and of course the more, how shall I say Attractive women.






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