Case 680E

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Re: Case 680E

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man, do I ever ramble :109:
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How DARE you be such a nice and generous guy! You're making the rest of us look bad!

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Re: Case 680E

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Done
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Re: Case 680E

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Impressive rambling @Eugen ( and the dig work was pretty good too)! :D

I don’t worry about how much my help is worth when it’s for a friend. Real friends are hard to find. I figure it will even out over time.
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Re: Case 680E

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The truth is, I'm just really jealous that you can dig so much so fast. It would take me a week with a shovel to do all that.

Assuming I didn't have a stroke halfway through.

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Re: Case 680E

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Bob, this machine surprised me too. All in all it was at most one and a half hours of digging. It has a big bucket, that backhoe. And obviously I'm not a professional, was quite slow. Let me tell you, the millionaire guy who got this work done for free was very happy. :))

The blow by oil and smoke are quite bothersome though. More and more I'm thinking I must replace that blown piston. :109: :whip:
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:40: oh that looks too familiar, muddy trench full of water, doesn't get much better. :rofl:

Traded work between friends if it kinda evens out is the best. If it becomes a one sided affair, not so much.

Good job, the more you dig, the better you will get at it. :highfive:
Let's go :48: :446cart: it's time to mow :cool:
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thebuildist wrote: Thu Sep 08, 2022 7:27 pm The truth is, I'm just really jealous that you can dig so much so fast. It would take me a week with a shovel to do all that.

Assuming I didn't have a stroke halfway through.

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Timj wrote: Thu Sep 08, 2022 8:00 pm :40: oh that looks too familiar, muddy trench full of water, doesn't get much better. :rofl:

Traded work between friends if it kinda evens out is the best. If it becomes a one sided affair, not so much.

Good job, the more you dig, the better you will get at it. :highfive:
Better to practice on someone else yard . :rofl:
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Re: Case 680E

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DavidBarkey wrote: Fri Sep 09, 2022 7:40 am
Timj wrote: Thu Sep 08, 2022 8:00 pm :40: oh that looks too familiar, muddy trench full of water, doesn't get much better. :rofl:

Traded work between friends if it kinda evens out is the best. If it becomes a one sided affair, not so much.

Good job, the more you dig, the better you will get at it. :highfive:
Better to practice on someone else yard . :rofl:
Practice is practice, putting it back in and tuning it up is the fun part. More practice.
Let's go :48: :446cart: it's time to mow :cool:
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