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 04-28-2003, 07:44 Post: 53900
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Have you seen Bill Mullins pics yet , talk about getting into your work! I'm wondering if the new holland had to pulled from that mess? WOW!






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 04-28-2003, 19:31 Post: 53931
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Yes, I had to be pulled out. My neighbor pulled me out with a Ferguson 35.
The whole story is even funnier than just the picture though. I had ordered the tractor and picked it up that day. In fact, this was its maiden voyage around the yard. The truck was still sitting in the yard (running!) with the trailer attached.
I remember how proud the dealer was of the clean-up job they'd done on this tractor; "even Armor-All'ed the tires" he told me. He he he.
I sent him pictures of the incident, now he uses them in his sales pitch, I think.
Before anybody makes a rude comment, YES, I should have had the ROPS up and seat belt on.
Glad you enjoyed the picture. I once had a whole series on the 'net, I'll see if I can put it together again and post the link sometime.
Bill






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 04-28-2003, 23:58 Post: 53958
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Bill -

I had a good chuckle when I saw your new "New Holland".
What a pisser! Was that mud season in your neck of the woods or just normally soft ground, or quick sand?

Willie H.






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It was soft ground at an area where a ditch drains a swamp. I had hoped that I could mow the ditch by straddling it with the tractor and instead of backing out of there, I tried to just cut across. That is the day I learned that "Four wheel drive isn't magic".
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