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    I have a set of 23x8.5-12 Good Year somethings that are tractor tread design.

    I would like to make them Duals for the 69 though the mower deck will have to come off for that to happen. Put a rear 3 point on the 69 as well I have some Cat 0 Implements and such and go have more fun in the garden

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    I have Deestone’s on both my roundfenders. My 110 I bought the 23x10.50 since they do run a size narrower. They are the same height wise as the original tires though.
    1966 60 (Soon to be 12 HP), 1985 111
    1967 112, 1966 110
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    used the 69 yesterday to put my ATV Wood trailer back in its storage location,
    took me 1 attempt to get it back in there. With a ATV it has taken me 15 minutes to get lined up sometime's it seems like.

    its a nothing special scrapper shack as I call them but they shed water for the most part.

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    also on Saturday I got a Fleet Pic as it was the last day that I had 3 deere's as I sold the 214

    now I'm down to just 2 140's

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    Just a quick poser pic, i kinda like the crossed pick axe and the other tool as well, not for sure the name for second tool, grub axe maybe?
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    Mother's Day next weekend so putting together a hollow log flower station for the wife. The log is 24" across and has a hollow knot as well. its own its own slide from so can drag it where the wife wants and the fill with dirt.
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    So little wet outside today, i made up some battery hold downs since I was using a bungee cord before, think this his will keep the battery in place. the J hooks cost me 3.50
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    Then I wondered if the bolts would rub on the hood so I cut them of flush at the top of the nuts, all should be good for now.


    maybe some day I'll get the correct battery hold downs but this works for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sublime68charger View Post
    Just a quick poser pic, i kinda like the crossed pick axe and the other tool as well, not for sure the name for second tool, grub axe maybe?
    Sublime,
    Enjoying watching you pull together your 140. The tool looks like a mattock, but I can't tell from the photo if it's a pick or cutter.

    Cheers,
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    its a cutter mattock once I had the name a quick google search yielded the style of it.

    it works pretty good for breaking down beaver dams I due know that though it does take alot of elbow grease to work it!

    Jongreen thanks for chiming in with the name of the tool!

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