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Old 03-12-2017, 01:40 AM
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Searched google for "mole board" and found several variations. Turns out it's moldboard which is even dumber

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Spoilsport....

Ok, not really. ..but I was reading this thread and saw the 'moe' comment and I had my face all set to reply and there you go, got it in there first...

There are some interesting terms associated with equipment, 'banana'...'Christmas tree'...'slobber bits'...and a couple of other...

Nice job on the bucket Chris. .torch work on a cold morning can be a good thing..
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Old 03-12-2017, 10:38 AM
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So how bad does burning cow shit smell anyways.....

I have welded up some lawnmower decks, and the smoke coming off of that heavy matted
2 year old white moldy grass goes right up my nose when I hit it with
6011....
It had very little cowflop, but under the teeth. Horse trailer rebuilds are the worst.

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Spoilsport....

Ok, not really. ..but I was reading this thread and saw the 'moe' comment and I had my face all set to reply and there you go, got it in there first...

There are some interesting terms associated with equipment, 'banana'...'Christmas tree'...'slobber bits'...and a couple of other...

Nice job on the bucket Chris. .torch work on a cold morning can be a good thing..
I went out with the insulated bibs, but stripped them off after 15 minutes. Was very comfortable with only a 10 mph wind.
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Looking at your first picture I see "Leon" front and center.
The Leon manufacturing plant is located about 1 1/2 miles from where I live.
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Looking at your first picture I see "Leon" front and center.
The Leon manufacturing plant is located about 1 1/2 miles from where I live.
Yes, it is a Leon loader. It has Westendorf quick attach system.
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