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    I've followed this innovative young entrepreneur through his journey building FROM SCRATCH a very rare Case 150 Road Locomotive. Pretty amazing.

    "A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."
    - Dwight D. Eisenhower

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    This was state of the art farming in 1904.

    "A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadeyeChrista'sdad View Post
    ...Bring a truck, good shoes, water, and money.
    And if it's rained recently, knee boots for the mud, and make sure your truck is 4X4.

    The walking has become a problem for my old man. He takes his Gator now. As long as it's under a certain width, they let you drive ATVs, golf carts, Gators, etc.
    Necessity is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadeyeChrista'sdad View Post
    Come on out to Portland next summer. Dozens of them of all sizes.

    https://tristategasenginetractor.com

    Huge flea markets and the whole town is a rummage sale.

    Bring a truck, good shoes, water, and money.
    Thats the big one I was always dragged to as a Youth
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    I wonder what kind of trouble a group of INGO guys could get into with a steam tractor?
    U.S. Army retired

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad69 View Post
    I wonder what kind of trouble a group of INGO guys could get into with a steam tractor?
    I'm guessing that everyone would be showing up with pipe plugs to install in place of the pressure gauges and relief valves.
    ​Bullies suck. They also make you stronger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indyjohn View Post
    I've followed this innovative young entrepreneur through his journey building FROM SCRATCH a very rare Case 150 Road Locomotive. Pretty amazing.

    Don't remember if it was this one but they had a big steamer out at the Rushville show a few years ago. Thing was so big it had to come in on two flatbeds, the drive wheels looked to be 8-10 feet in diameter.
    Yes I am for gun control!! A firm grip, steady aim, and a gentle squeeze!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by femurphy77 View Post
    Don't remember if it was this one but they had a big steamer out at the Rushville show a few years ago. Thing was so big it had to come in on two flatbeds, the drive wheels looked to be 8-10 feet in diameter.
    I can't say for sure if this is what you saw. Kory Anderson is based in North Dakota and completed this project just 18 months ago (or so). The torque on this thing is massive for its time; just look how it skids a 12 bottom plow across untilled land!
    "A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."
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    Quote Originally Posted by indyjohn View Post
    This was state of the art farming in 1904.

    Didn't realize until watching closer that there are wheels on the plow.
    "A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."
    - Dwight D. Eisenhower

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    Quote Originally Posted by indyjohn View Post
    I can't say for sure if this is what you saw. Kory Anderson is based in North Dakota and completed this project just 18 months ago (or so). The torque on this thing is massive for its time; just look how it skids a 12 bottom plow across untilled land!
    I've seen 6, 8 and 10 bottoms being pulled by smaller steamers and other than a more pronounced chugging ala locomotive they don't seem to mind one bit. The guys that ran this stuff back in the day were truly men!

    Yes I am for gun control!! A firm grip, steady aim, and a gentle squeeze!!

    What comes after your first "infraction"? Double Secret Probation perhaps???

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