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An exercize in Stupidity, Or, Here Hold my beer and watch this

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So I picked up a 90 Yammy 350 warrior a while back, traded an old dead 78 xs1100 and an old almost dead 76 xt500 for it. I had about 600 bucks into the pair of them.

Put all new suspension bushings in it and got it running good. Everything is copasetic.

Also picked up a 91 warrior parts quad a little later.

I also have a Mastercraft (MTD) garden tractor that I use for moving trailers around the yard. Never mowed with it, the decks off.

Now that I have the quad, which is much better at moving the boat, I don't need the tractor any more.

So, There I am, Beer in hand, Several more in my belly, and I have an idea.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-GwHO-Oltk]TractorBuild1 - YouTube[/ame]

Sorry about the music. Youtube did something to it

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