Short hauls and idle time on a farm. Opinions?
10-05-2018, (Subject: Short hauls and idle time on a farm. Opinions? ) 
Post: #19
RE: Short hauls and idle time on a farm. Opinions?
(10-04-2018 )schISM Wrote:  
(10-03-2018 )Chamberpains Wrote:  Farming has never been about fancy and shiney.

That made me chuckle a little bit, check out Iowa Plains Farms https://m.facebook.com/IowaPlainsFarms/ Some farmers here in the Midwest are living pretty large.

They kind of prove my point. It looks like a good, clean, modernized operation. The point of business and money making is to be able to live a little large.

That stretched KW may be a little extravagant but not overboard. When you have a little play money, you can play with it however you feel is appropriate. Just not to the point where its detrimental to your operation.

Most farmers, I believe, have a pretty good idea of how to balance or keep function over fancy. Often times to their own detriment because they won't let go of that old worn out POS. And they get stuck in the stone ages and ran over by operations that are willing to keep up with progress.

Where as truckers are idiots in this department. I'm still searching for it, but there's a topic I read on here where a guy has $400,000+ into chrome and crap on his 1st truck because he lives at home with his parents... That "oooo, shiney!!" Mentality is for window lickers.
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10-05-2018, (Subject: Short hauls and idle time on a farm. Opinions? ) 
Post: #20
RE: Short hauls and idle time on a farm. Opinions?
(10-05-2018 )Chamberpains Wrote:  ... $400,000+ into chrome and crap on his 1st truck ...

lolz this inspired me to make a new thread...
http://rawze.com/forums/showthread.php?t...8#pid30958


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10-05-2018, (Subject: Short hauls and idle time on a farm. Opinions? ) 
Post: #21
RE: Short hauls and idle time on a farm. Opinions?
If you live in a place that does testing you can always purchase a can that hasnt been gutted and the sensors that have been altered then reflash to the oem program for the test, come home and put your modified parts and program back on.
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