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meanwhile back at the farm....

Discussion in 'Agricultural Operations' started by stock, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. OCR

    OCR Senior Member

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    Now, come on guys... take it easy... :lmao

    I'll admit those are classic bits of humor, but I've be known to use a nail or two myself... just temporally... in a pinch... :rolleyes:

    But my main philosophy is..."When in doubt: Weld"... lol


    OCR... :D
     
    Last edited: Aug 13, 2009
  2. stock

    stock Senior Member

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    We have moved on and now were lost....
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    tyre repair.jpg

    this is the resultant repair

    cut tyre.jpg
     
  3. willie59

    willie59 Super Moderator

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    That's a nice looking repair Stock. Did ya get to tidy up the projectile throwing mower?
     
  4. brubro

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    I'm frankly amazed that the tire (or tyre) could be repaired considering the size of the cut. Learn something new every day...

    OK, this is my third post. No more posts about things I know nothing about. I can finally ask the question that I have, after waiting one more hour...



    "Maintenance Is Cheaper Than Repair"