Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Otahyoni, Aug 26, 2011.
Tree? What tree? There wasn't a tree land on the tractor....
If you've got a good eye for detail you might have noticed the antenna moved...
To make the inner roof (the black part the lights and harness mount to) fit 4 ranges of tractor with nearly a dozen options, without having a bunch of unused holes in the roof, they dont drill any holes. Boy was I nervous drilling 1" holes in a new roof...
The boss STILL isn't gonna let you mow anymore.......
......or drive a truck..........
.........but he might let you cut the piglets............
...........after the Kevlar gloves are delivered...........
You say that, but after the tree incident, i spent 4 days mowing with a tractor with no cab.
That sucked bad...
Grass in the nose?
....or "Bats in the Brain?"
I got the tractor finished and spent the day mowing yesterday.
So nice to have a cab again...
Does it have AC?
I believe the more important questions are:
1) Does it have a cow catcher mounted on the front?
2) Do you have a tree catcher mounted on the roof?
3) Does it have a fire extinguisher mounted in it?
4) Do you have a telephone mounted inside the cab with a direct link to the boss for when things go bad?
5) Are you still wearing your helmet while operating heavy equipment?
LOL, if it doesn't it needs those things.
Yes. It works very well.
My cell phone
When have i ever needed a cow catcher?
It does have rear duals now...
Silence! I keeel you!
We should rename this subforum "Otah's Tribulation".
Or Thread-Jack Central....
I prefer to call it...."What did Otah burn, crash, run over, or break today" thread!
I was having a great day until........
I was on PF when the power went out. I called my wife, she was at work Downtown San Diego. about 30 miles away. Their power was out also.
The neighbors broke out the generators. They had power cords running to 4 houses including one across the street.
# 1 priority: Keep the Beer Cold.
It all turned out okay. Power came back on at 1230 am
From what I understand, this power outage caused mass confusion from Orange County, all the way to Ensenada, Mexico, and as far east as Yuma, Arizona. That was a big oops for the poor guy at the power plant in Yuma who pushed the wrong button. Glad your beer kept cold. That could have been disastrous if it got warm!
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