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You have a John Deere tractor and you use it frequently. :jump:

My parents live on 7 acres of wooded property. We use the tractor ALL the time to take out the garbage, pull stumps, haul wood and miscellaneous [shizzle], and we used it to move a large shed the ancient Egyptian way with PVC pipe "rollers" under it about a hundred yards to a new location. That was fun. Anywho, pictures...





And of course I washed the Mazda and took some nice shiny pictures. :angel:





My chateau is behind my car. It's an attached in-law suite with a full kitchen and private bath. (Yes I live with my parents but I do pay $500 a month rent)





I think this is the best picture of how CLEAR my fog lights are. I wet sanded them with 400 them 2000 grit paper and used meguiar's plastx to polish them.








This is the view out our driveway. You can't even see the road. :shrug:

 

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nice chef! thats a sweet tractor, annnnd... nice way to get the 6 into the pics, and i see the rape mobile lurking in the distance
 

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thats sick however I can one up you lol you know your a ******* when the first vehicle you drive is a John Deere 8850 (similar to the one pictured) not only that, I was 9 years old :) haha



NOTHING runs like a Deere
 

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i see the rape mobile lurking in the distance
Haha, the rape mobile is probably jealous that I'm driving the Mazda. Mom is driving it since she totaled her jeep liberty last week. She rear ended a work van. :sigh:
 

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thats sick however I can one up you lol you know your a ******* when the first vehicle you drive is a John Deere 8850 (similar to the one pictured) not only that, I was 9 years old :) haha



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THAT is a large piece of equipment! My neighbor has a few combines and large tractors but I haven't driven them.
 

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I think your tractor's sexy....Lol. The car looks good. Im liking the LSi kit, especially the piece that goes on next to the rear wheel.
 

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Nice. :tup:

Out of curiosity, where did you get the clear side markers?
 

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Ha thanks guys. :tup: The tractor isn't quite as much fun to drive as the Mazda but it's close.

Out of curiosity, where did you get the clear side markers?
I believe I got them off eBay a while back. I have a rear set too but I swapped them for stockers because I like how the red goes with the m-edition tails. I LOVE the front ones though, they blend with the headlights so well. As long as you put amber bulbs in them you will pass inspection. I have silver dipped amber bulbs so there is no yellow reflection in the sidemarker. :tup:

eBay Motors: 93-97 MAZDA 626 MX6 CLEAR SIDE MARKER LIGHT SIGNAL F&R (item 330273436704 end time Oct-22-08 17:00:31 PDT)

I also got new corner bulbs that are dipped in silver coating so they don't look yellow inside the corner light housing. I got them from this site.

www.autolumination.com Tail Light Brake Light Turn Signal LED Bulbs
 

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Ha thanks guys. :tup: The tractor isn't quite as much fun to drive as the Mazda but it's close.



I believe I got them off eBay a while back. I have a rear set too but I swapped them for stockers because I like how the red goes with the m-edition tails. I LOVE the front ones though, they blend with the headlights so well. As long as you put amber bulbs in them you will pass inspection. I have silver dipped amber bulbs so there is no yellow reflection in the sidemarker. :tup:

eBay Motors: 93-97 MAZDA 626 MX6 CLEAR SIDE MARKER LIGHT SIGNAL F&R (item 330273436704 end time Oct-22-08 17:00:31 PDT)

I also got new corner bulbs that are dipped in silver coating so they don't look yellow inside the corner light housing. I got them from this site.

www.autolumination.com Tail Light Brake Light Turn Signal LED Bulbs
Ah, sweet, thanx. :tup:

I'm in a good mood, so Imma karma for helpfulness, haha.

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That red shed in the back is your pad? How much does a house like your parents(with land) go for out there? I love me some house with lots of space dam NYC with a zillion of folks lol.......and since i went off topic clean 6
 

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That red shed in the back is your pad? How much does a house like your parents(with land) go for out there? I love me some house with lots of space dam NYC with a zillion of folks lol.......and since i went off topic clean 6
The part of the house directly behind my 6 is the pad. And the shed is green...:rolleyes:

I believe they paid under $300k for a house that needs a LOT of TLC on 7acres. So far they have torn out the upstairs kitchen, put in new windows, removed crappy paneling from every wall, painted a ton of stuff, and ripped out a few walls. That's just on the inside. My dad fixes and flips/rents out houses anyway so this is right up his alley.

We've probably taken down 20 trees so far and there are probably 15 more to go. There's even a large creek behind the house (on our property) with constantly flowing water. There is an area next to the driveway that has perfect grass and is the size of a football field. Perfect for any number of outside activities. This place is like a campground. I can't wait to have a spring kegger here!
 

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with a field with such good grass on your property you should try and organize an all north american mx6 meet! haha but start planning like a year in advance and people from canada and the U.S could try and save some money and make it out, BIGGEST MEET IN HISTORY! haha just a thought, probably not realistic but it would be fun! i'd be down as i'm only 7 hrs from philly :p
 

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I could have a meet here sometime if there is any interest in doing so. It's a pretty cool setting back in the woods and it's not impossible to give directions to. I'd imagine that you could fit somewhere around 20-30 cars in the field and another 10-15 along the driveway between trees. The whole property is pretty flat so you can park pretty much anywhere you think you can fit your car.

The field has a pretty large mound of dirt at the entrance but I can smooth it out with the tractor. If my car can get into the field most other people should be able to.
 
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