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Posted December 18, 2016 - 03:44 PM

Here are are few of the MF collectibles I have so far. First piece I bought after buying my first MF14 100_0510.JPG . A couple of manuals I have picked up at different auctions. 100_0514.JPG 100_0513.JPG . A NOS dealer shirt that is still in the package, even made in the USA. 100_0512.JPG . A MF pedal tractor with a MF banner in the background. 100_0517.JPG  


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Posted December 18, 2016 - 06:15 PM

Wow guys! Very nice items. I really like that price sheet. It's so neat to see the prices on the accessories. It's been a busy weekend, I need to get on the ball and get some pics taken and share. I'm really enjoying this thread!!
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Posted December 18, 2016 - 06:59 PM

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You have a great binder also. Those posters are pretty neat also. Never seen them before. More stuff for my wish list.


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Posted December 18, 2016 - 08:05 PM

Wow guys! Very nice items. I really like that price sheet. It's so neat to see the prices on the accessories. It's been a busy weekend, I need to get on the ball and get some pics taken and share. I'm really enjoying this thread!!

 

Yeah I wish I could have bought some hub caps at $13 a set lol Actually even if I could buy them for 20x that much I'd be doing alright. Same with my lighting kit, it sure wasn't $29 ahha


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Posted December 18, 2016 - 08:08 PM

You have a great binder also. Those posters are pretty neat also. Never seen them before. More stuff for my wish list.

 

Yeah that was actually 2 binders, One was the DPS and the other was the Repair Time Schedule, just didn't get a pic of the front of the 2nd one. I have a second identical DPS binder, and I have a bunch of other binders full of service bulletins and stuff but mostly farm tractor related. The posters I got on ebay, the two large ones were individual acutions then the other was a package of stuff, basically all the other posters, post cards, magazine ads, radio ads etc. in one auction. I haven't seen anything similar since.


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Posted December 18, 2016 - 11:02 PM

Really lovin this thread.
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Posted December 19, 2016 - 07:32 PM

Those flat-rate times they quote in that repair time schedule are pretty crazy to me! Pays 18 minutes to remove and replace the steering wheel? It only took me about 10 times that long---not counting welding it----LOL! How about a half-hour to remove, paint and install a hood!

 

I would have never made it as an MF mechanic!

 

Very interesting stuff folks, keep it coming!

 

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Posted December 19, 2016 - 07:45 PM

Those flat-rate times they quote in that repair time schedule are pretty crazy to me! Pays 18 minutes to remove and replace the steering wheel? It only took me about 10 times that long---not counting welding it----LOL! How about a half-hour to remove, paint and install a hood!

 

I would have never made it as an MF mechanic!

 

Very interesting stuff folks, keep it coming!

 

DAC

 

Unfortunately flat rate is often calculated based on working on a brand new machine in the ideal environment with all required tools available and no rusted parts.


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Posted December 19, 2016 - 07:46 PM

You have a great binder also. Those posters are pretty neat also. Never seen them before. More stuff for my wish list.

 

Loving those that hitch pin clip display!!






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