Ratchet Jaw old Member
Can`t stand to see a empty N cite , Where is Paul , We need to see how his overhaul is going .
Awesome tractor Dr Bailey. Did Mark777 ever get a hold of you? He finally figured out what model Yanmar that was. Also, where did you leave Ken?drbailey said:
I think Mark is in the process of moving right now. He had been trying to figure out how to reach you to tell you about that Yanmar tractor. Anyway, i'll get him here when he gets back on the internet and he can tell you about it then. I mentioned somewhere on another post that i was so lost that i actually thought i was gonna have to start having conversations with my wife, but just in the nick of time, they got this site up and going.drbailey said:Hello Durwood , No I havn`t heard from Mark777 , I have some more photos for him ,
Ken go`s to work at like 4 am , I bet He`s in bed.
Man this is great , I was lost , even my wife noticed , now thats Bad , LoL.
John , I think them are good/year - field and lawn . thats the name on the tire. There a little bigger than I exspected. But the drive good.JohnW said:Don't ever apologize for puttin up a pic of an N :fing32: What tires do you have on the front?
Wow-brand new tires w/ stickers still on 'em--Nice, clean looking tractor...drbailey said:
This was posted nearly two years ago by John W , How time flies!!!They are good lookin tire, how are they the turf? Ease of steering? I have the skinny 19" tri rib fronts and they tend to skin up the ground if I don't watch my turns and some side slipage on the few places I have to mow going across the hillside. Been thinking about trying some motorcycle tires on then since I like the ease of steering 19's verse going to 15" or 16" but I think the wider tire might be less likely to slip.