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    New to Forum but an Old JD Guy

    Hi Guys,

    I have know of this site for years and would visit from time to time, mostly to look up serial numbers. As I approach retirement, I want to be more active in my JD hobby. I recently acquired a JD 112 and hope to get it running soon. I have 8 full size tractors and crawlers but as I age, the smaller L&G equipment is gaining appeal as they are much easier to take to a show.

    I'm a JD guy but somehow got into all colors of the L&G equipment. I have the 112 mentioned above, a 110 and a 400. I also "inherited" a 66 Sears/David Bradley Suburban 12 from my brother with an array of attachments. An Allis Chambers/Simplicity Big Ten (B-10) and a Case 224. Please don’t hate me.

    I look forward to making some friends here.

    Larry

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    Welcome to he forum, Larry. GREAT bunch of knowledgeable people here and willing to help...even for your "off-color" machines. There's forums here for gear drive, hydro, and "other" machines. Ask away or just read. Bob
    '80 317 w/18hp B&S and divert valve for rear hydraulics, 3 pt hitch, 5' york rake
    '82 314 w/rear PTO for tiller
    33 tiller
    49 thrower
    54 4 way blade
    Mod 48 deck & Mod 462 TracVac

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    For some of us, our blood runs green. But it doesn't mean that we don't appreciate other colors. I grew up on John Deeres but drove my uncle's tow Internationals and another neighbors Case with dual range transmission. They had their advantages but I still prefer green
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    Larry,

    We won't hate you. I have JDs but also have WH, Kubota.
    John J.

    '67 112
    '69 112H-project waiting to happen
    '72 110 - daily worker w/ 39 deck, 43 blade, 37A blower
    '73 140 H3 w/ deck
    bunch of off color GTs also

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    , we like all tractors but love JD!
    PS, we also love pictures...
    1985 111
    1967 112
    1966 110
    1966 60 w/ deck
    46 Mower Deck
    Modified 31 Tiller
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    Larry
    ,1966 60 parts tractor,1968 60 w/mower,1968 110 side tag w/ 43 snow blade, 1968 110 w/1974 80 cart,1968 112 w/mower,1969 110,​1999 LX277 w/mower and blower.43C center blade,Brinly sleeve hitch plow,Brinly disc,Brinly cultivator

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