I live in a small town in Ohio. I grew up in this area farming with John Deere
tractors and equipment. We attend many shows and pulls throughout the year. Anytime you`re at a show or pull, look for us,
we`re probably there!
On this site I will tell you about our John Deere
collecting and tractor pulling experiences. The collection consists of a 1944 John Deere B, 1950 John Deere A all-fuel, 1953
70 gas-the 736th one made, 1956 John Deere 70 Diesel, 1961 John Deere 4010 that was originally gas but now is a Diesel, 1964
John Deere 5010 known as Bullwinkle, 1969 John Deere 4520 known as Gracie and a 1973 John Deere 4430 Powershift known as Ronnie.
These tractors go to shows but we use them every day too. I like to take an old John Deere that nobody else wants and make
it usable again. There is nothing else like when you take one of these to the field for the first time!
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Having sold my G known as "Double Thunder" to a very nice man from southern Georgia
I am now working on pulling my 4010. I bought a 7700 combine and put the motor off of it in the 4010. My friends are convinced
this will lead to a disastorous clutch failure so just for them I call this tractor "Flirtin` With Disaster". The clutch
in this tractor was built by Mark Foust so I don`t see it as a problem. If you don`t know Mark Foust he pulls a John Deere
7800 Diesel Super Stock known as "Another Buck".