I have a 5 foot bucket for a JD 5 series loader. Any suggestions as to what to do with it. The dealer won;t take it as trade because they don;t even sell 5 footers anymore. A neighbor suggest flower bed, any other suggestions?
cfpinz":8ez67kyz said:You guys stop picking on me! You keep it up and I'll post sarcastic remarks on every thread you start! Blah, blah, blah...
You've been warned! :lol:
cfpinz":3gx9qomw said:By the way, green is not my color. I think I'm allergic.
dj":3ehu5dhy said:try the ag section of craigslist for springfield dun.
i think it's free to post and it seems to get alot of traffic.
maybe just the thing one of these horsey owners need to clean stalls.
Or a real handy person would finger out a 3 point hook up.
You can get that snow coming and going this winter. ;-)
Or a handy dandy tote for the saws, pliers, and posts.
Or rig a hitch toit an let the boys pull it.
How they doing? Mostly grown yet?
dun":yyuhba55 said:cfpinz":yyuhba55 said:By the way, green is not my color. I think I'm allergic.
So that's the reason you travel so far to buy junk. You hate green so bad you want to get it out of your possession. If you'ld like I'll look around and see if I can find another broken down truck for you to buy. That way you can have 5 trucks that don;t run.