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#1 gtcsreg OFFLINE  

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Posted August 16, 2013 - 09:47 PM

Would just like to see what guys have of these GTs,  Here's mine.   Thanks!

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Posted August 17, 2013 - 05:30 AM

Nice 1650! Thanks!


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Posted August 17, 2013 - 05:38 AM

Yep, very nice tractor!     But, are you teasing us?  ONLY one pic?  We need more pics!


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Posted August 17, 2013 - 06:35 AM

Very nice GT. I agree with james, a few more pics


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Posted August 17, 2013 - 09:21 AM

Yep, very nice tractor!     But, are you teasing us?  ONLY one pic?  We need more pics!

Thank you, and here you go.  The whole idea behind this tread was to see other similar tractors not mine. :watch_over_fence:

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Posted August 17, 2013 - 09:23 AM

Thanks for adding more great photographs after that initial teaser.  It sure looks great.  What implements do you use with it?


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Posted August 17, 2013 - 10:48 AM

Here's the MF1650 I used to have.  I restored it for my nephew, aka member "baumbaum".  I did change the color scheme a bit.

 

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Here's my worker, heavily modified MF1655 diesel repower.  Loader not put back on yet in this pic, so easier to see.

 

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Here's my heavily modified MF1650, now a "2055" as I call it.  20hp Onan.   Loader & loader mounts are now on the 1655 diesel in pic above.

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Posted August 17, 2013 - 12:42 PM

Thanks for adding more great photographs after that initial teaser.  It sure looks great.  What implements do you use with it?

Primarily a Sears Snow-blower and hauling trailers.  Have a disc and harrow. Also, making a implement to drag the crown off the drive. 



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Posted August 17, 2013 - 01:32 PM

Here's the MF1650 I used to have.  I restored it for my nephew, aka member "baumbaum".  I did change the color scheme a bit.

 

attachicon.gifDSC00038.jpgattachicon.gifDSC00037.jpg

 

Here's my worker, heavily modified MF1655 diesel repower.  Loader not put back on yet in this pic, so easier to see.

 

attachicon.gifDSC00614.JPG

 

Here's my heavily modified MF1650, now a "2055" as I call it.  20hp Onan.   Loader & loader mounts are now on the 1655 diesel in pic above.

attachicon.gifX-mas062.jpgattachicon.gifX-mas063.jpg

Very nice tractors. 


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Posted August 17, 2013 - 04:56 PM

Very nice tractors. 

Agreed!



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Posted August 17, 2013 - 06:24 PM

Here is my 1450 as I use it now. It has a MF510 deck on it. It cuts my grass.

 

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It was my first restoration, so I played dress up with it a bit. Different shoes

and bling.

 

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Also, I used it for a while, as a refreshment buggy. :beer:

 

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This is my MF1650. It's the work horse. Since this pic,The Boss (1).JPG

I've put some 26" AGs on it.tires.jpg and

weights.

It plows and snowblows, and moves things around with the 3pt hitch. I've done some box blading

with it, and dragging a snowmobile trail groomer around in the summer, to rip roots

out of the trails. I've also had a spike tooth harrow behind it a few times, to scuff up the gravel

yard. I don't think I'll ever part with this one.

 

Oh yeah, I added this brace, to stiffen up the steering column. I like to pull my butt off the seat,

using my hands on the wheel.P1010755.JPG

 


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Posted August 17, 2013 - 07:08 PM

Here is my 1450 as I use it now. It has a MF510 deck on it. It cuts my grass.

 

attachicon.gifP1010008.JPG

 

 

It was my first restoration, so I played dress up with it a bit. Different shoes

and bling.

 

attachicon.gif002.JPG

 

Also, I used it for a while, as a refreshment buggy. :beer:

 

attachicon.gif001.JPG

 

 

This is my MF1650. It's the work horse. Since this pic,attachicon.gifThe Boss (1).JPG

I've put some 26" AGs on it.attachicon.giftires.jpg and

weights.

It plows and snowblows, and moves things around with the 3pt hitch. I've done some box blading

with it, and dragging a snowmobile trail groomer around in the summer, to rip roots

out of the trails. I've also had a spike tooth harrow behind it a few times, to scuff up the gravel

yard. I don't think I'll ever part with this one.

 

Oh yeah, I added this brace, to stiffen up the steering column. I like to pull my butt off the seat,

using my hands on the wheel.attachicon.gifP1010755.JPG

Whoa! Your grille guard scares me, lol.  Wish I would have talked to you before I bought my tires.  Interesting steering wheel.  Both nice tractors.  Thanks.


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Posted August 17, 2013 - 07:39 PM

Here's the MF1650 I used to have.  I restored it for my nephew, aka member "baumbaum".  I did change the color scheme a bit.

 

attachicon.gifDSC00038.jpgattachicon.gifDSC00037.jpg

 

Here's my worker, heavily modified MF1655 diesel repower.  Loader not put back on yet in this pic, so easier to see.

 

attachicon.gifDSC00614.JPG

 

Here's my heavily modified MF1650, now a "2055" as I call it.  20hp Onan.   Loader & loader mounts are now on the 1655 diesel in pic above.

attachicon.gifX-mas062.jpgattachicon.gifX-mas063.jpg

By the way, I used your nephews tractor to "inspire" me when I was restoring mine.  I know it's not stock colors but very nicely done!


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Posted August 19, 2013 - 09:43 AM

Here's my 1855 I bought a year ago that ended up having a laundry list of problems. I pulled motor in fall to repair mounts, driveshaft, etc and then pushed in back corner where it still sits. Just had too much going on this summer to even look at it.

 

 

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Posted August 19, 2013 - 10:43 AM

Here's my 1855 I bought a year ago that ended up having a laundry list of problems. I pulled motor in fall to repair mounts, driveshaft, etc and then pushed in back corner where it still sits. Just had too much going on this summer to even look at it.

 

 

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Looks like she'll be a good one.  And, that's what winter is for right?






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