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Old 12-04-2010, 08:56 PM
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Location: Cincinnati
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Ok, you asked for it. Here's my/our stuff. Pardon the watermarks on some of the photos. Photography is a hobby of mine and I tend to watermark most any photos I upload to my site. You'd be surprised at how many people try to steal your photos. For the tractor stuff, my father-in-law usually funds all those purchases because I use those things to mostly maintain his land. I've got about 3 acres and he's got about 18 acres next to me. So I mow the field, help pull dead trees to the burn pile, cut down dead trees or other unwanted trees, etc. I also mow some of his grass with my eXmark.

Here's the stuff...

2004 John Deere 4120 2.4 liter 4 cylinder turbo it! 4x4 as well. Here's the tractor and a few of our implements. We've also got a Wallenstein wood chipper (BX42 I think).

This is something I bought for myself after getting frustrated with crappy consumer grade mowers. I need to get done mowing as quick as possible because I don't have time to waste. This really did the trick and it'll last me many years. Most of what I buy is funded by my side work (phone/data wiring). We don't like debt.

This is a father-in-law purchase (I normally don't have much need for a chainsaw).

Stihl MS270 chain saw.

This is one of my babies. Stihl BR600 Magnum - bought this fall. I never knew what I was missing!

A few more of my babies. Stihl FS110 and Stihl FS90R trimmers.



FS90R on left, FS110 on right. Can't tell them apart other than the one has the bike handle and the other doesn't.

My in-law's grandpa (lives next to us) has a 1950's Ford tractor. It's been very reliable for him. He's on it all the time.

And finally, my 2004 F-150 Lariat 4x4. Love it....but would love to get a new truck in a few years. I hate to think about spending the money though.

Photo Gallery of the 'Guy Stuff' (eXmark, Stihl, etc): GALLERY LINK
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