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blimey somebodys been busy, mf399 and a tegal chopper, well done cerin

Thanks

Dont why i started making this lot but its good to have more than one project on at a time so whilst paints dying on one i can move to the next ;)

I also made a big dung fork for my britains loadall :o

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Now that is good! Looks quite a straigt forward and quite a simple build, wonder that no-one else has done one, or perhaps they have but kept it to themselves! What next then Cerin, cement mixer perhaps?

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Now that is good! Looks quite a straigt forward and quite a simple build, wonder that no-one else has done one, or perhaps they have but kept it to themselves! What next then Cerin, cement mixer perhaps?

Thamks very much  :)

There are some that peopel have done somwhere on here ;)

I think a rotor topper next ,maybey a cement mixer after that  ;)

That looks fab Cerin, I quite fancy doing one myself having seen yours, it's ace ;D... be good on my little dairy farm on the back of a 2140.... hmmmm, thinking now ;D

Go for it will be good to see ;)

Thanks Simon

i think that would have been off towse trading ;)

cerin thought you were bulding a 339 ;D looks ok, keep up the good work :)

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Ah well thats another convo :D :D

Looks great, nice work  ;):) :)

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would look great chopping up through a shed cerin  :)

Yeah one of Grahams perfect sene
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well done Massey boy it looks very simple to make put very nice on the back of your Massey  :o :o

Thanks very simple any one could do one :)

Great work Cerin, that looks really smart on the back of your 399. :)

Thanks David

Super bit of work young Cerin... you are a dab hand at this scratch building malarky now mate... I can't wait to see what's next  :P :P

Thanks Marky

might make somthing tommorow but not sure what ???

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