David Brown fourm

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ttpilot
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Location: Upperstewiacke Nova Scotia Canada

David Brown fourm

Post by ttpilot » Tue Oct 18, 2011 3:56 pm

I was informed yesterday that as of late i haven't posted much on the forum . I have been busy trying to stay out of trouble however i seem to have gone astray. In a fit of insanity i purchased a small bulldozer i named her Noser ( as she likes to stand on her blade when pointed down hill) now my problem is this machine isn't a david brown.I have been quite worried that i may get kicked out so i have had to hide the little Noser so the local lads don't get a gander at it and blab to everyone.I figure its time to (come out of the closet) come clean and admit i did buy her. she has a few problems ie she only seems to run on 2 cylinders and makes a horrible pop poping sound when running, but is all the same a little work horse . Please don't send me hate mail as the wife is quite embarrassed and things are difficult at home i will try to attach a few pictures and let the chips fall where they may.


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casestudy
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RE: David Brown fourm

Post by casestudy » Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:36 pm

going by the pic i think it may be a two cyl jd to me it looks like one not that im an expert or anything far from it,useful machine to have about.

Eric_T
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RE: David Brown fourm

Post by Eric_T » Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:55 pm

I hope you've written that with your tongue firmly in cheek.

We all know David Browns were, and still are, the best tractors ever made, but dont leave the forum due to something as trivial as this!

John Deere crawler? looks like a nice machine, rare this side of the water I think...

Perhaps the dozer is too heavy for it?

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Madders
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RE: David Brown fourm

Post by Madders » Wed Oct 19, 2011 8:18 am

now then trucker!!! wondered where you'd got to......when the Nova Scotia bit happen???? old Foden's still going strong.....Humming Cummins!!!

Mads
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