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stsmark

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Posted: 10/16/19 09:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a neighbor who brought a twin to yours home today! Enjoy.

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Awesome truck. I'm the one that's outdated!


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FishOnOne wrote:

Hammerboy wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Congrats and that new truck.... I would take a '19 over a '20 year model any day just on the looks alone. And good choice on that garden tractor.

BTW... This truck looks exactly like my dads truck.


Ha ha, I would be disowned from my wife's family if I bought any thing else but a Deere. It's a 2005 Gx345. I'm already pushing it for not driving a Ford pickup (they are super brand loyal) and that would push me out of the family for sure lol.

Dan


Last year we sold our last Case International cotton picker and purchased our second John Deere cotton picker with a baler. Man these are some machines.


Paint that cotton picker red and it will run better. [emoticon]


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FishOnOne wrote:

Congrats and that new truck.... I would take a '19 over a '20 year model any day just on the looks alone. And good choice on that garden tractor.

BTW... This truck looks exactly like my dads truck.


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OP, congrats on the nice truck. Stick with QUALITY.....B&W.


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ksss wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Hammerboy wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Congrats and that new truck.... I would take a '19 over a '20 year model any day just on the looks alone. And good choice on that garden tractor.

BTW... This truck looks exactly like my dads truck.


Ha ha, I would be disowned from my wife's family if I bought any thing else but a Deere. It's a 2005 Gx345. I'm already pushing it for not driving a Ford pickup (they are super brand loyal) and that would push me out of the family for sure lol.

Dan


Last year we sold our last Case International cotton picker and purchased our second John Deere cotton picker with a baler. Man these are some machines.


Paint that cotton picker red and it will run better. [emoticon]

Nothing Runs Like a Deere. Best equipment ever.[emoticon]

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Very nice truck. I have the gasser version, same color. I love mine. So much better than my 0ld 02 Gasser. I only tow 7500 to 8000lbs 15 to 20 times a year and I don't daily drive my truck. So the diesel does not make sense for me. Enjoy it!


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GeoBoy wrote:

ksss wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Hammerboy wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Congrats and that new truck.... I would take a '19 over a '20 year model any day just on the looks alone. And good choice on that garden tractor.

BTW... This truck looks exactly like my dads truck.


Ha ha, I would be disowned from my wife's family if I bought any thing else but a Deere. It's a 2005 Gx345. I'm already pushing it for not driving a Ford pickup (they are super brand loyal) and that would push me out of the family for sure lol.

Dan


Last year we sold our last Case International cotton picker and purchased our second John Deere cotton picker with a baler. Man these are some machines.


Paint that cotton picker red and it will run better. [emoticon]

Nothing Runs Like a Deere. Best equipment ever.[emoticon]


Deere is the best equipment ever is right, at least the ones they don't sell at the big box stores. I paid probably close to twice the price buying this used than what I could have picked up a big box version of a Deere. This one will probably outlive them yet too.[emoticon]

Dan


2019 Chevy crew LTZ 2500 HD Duramax
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GeoBoy wrote:

ksss wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Hammerboy wrote:

FishOnOne wrote:

Congrats and that new truck.... I would take a '19 over a '20 year model any day just on the looks alone. And good choice on that garden tractor.

BTW... This truck looks exactly like my dads truck.


Ha ha, I would be disowned from my wife's family if I bought any thing else but a Deere. It's a 2005 Gx345. I'm already pushing it for not driving a Ford pickup (they are super brand loyal) and that would push me out of the family for sure lol.

Dan


Last year we sold our last Case International cotton picker and purchased our second John Deere cotton picker with a baler. Man these are some machines.


Paint that cotton picker red and it will run better. [emoticon]

Nothing Runs Like a Deere. Best equipment ever.[emoticon]


Deere is the best equipment ever is right, at least the ones they don't sell at the big box stores. I paid probably close to twice the price buying this used than what I could have picked up a big box version of a Deere. This one will probably outlive them yet too.[emoticon]

Dan

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Good choice on the 2019. I like the Silver too.

The 2020 Chevy HD is ugly as sin.

I saw one in person a few weeks ago, they are extremely tall too.

2020 Chevy HD - ugly front end and very TALL


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