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Misigin 37144 78 Half built Bizon Rekord Z058 either
Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
The turbocharger is clearly visible.
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
What make of engine?
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
BIZON BIZON BIZON BIZON BIZON BIZON BIZON BIZON..

always BIZON, can't you post something else, this is going
to irritate me, and i think im not the only one
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
Mathieu what's the point in complaining? Nobody told yu that
you have to look at the photos, so stop complaining man.

Lance
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
Mathieu, if You do not like BIZON combines for any Rreason,
please do not complain and do not visit this site :-/
It will help You!
Are You going to complain, that everyone speaks about the
the war in Iraq?
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
no, because that is a new discussion,
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
You should post a picture of a Fendt on triples, When those
boys attention is attracted by the Fendt, the less narrow
minded people can post pictures of these, and other
interesting machines that are not seen every day.
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
Alex already posted 151 pictures of it, and they are almost
all the same,

enne renze, hou eens op over je fendt gezeik, ik ben niet
eens een fendt man
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
In answer to Dave's question, the engine is a Polish licence
built 6 cylinder Leyland O.400 6.54 litre unit (known in
Poland as the 6CT/107R).

Mathieu, what is your problem? So what if I've posted 151
pictures. So far, there have been just over 280 posts in the
Bizon album. Compare this to 537 posts in the John Deere and
621 posts in the New Holland combine albums. Why aren't you
complaining about these? Let's examine some tractor album
posting figures: JD-3,088!!!; MF-750; NH-1,054; Renault-412;
Same-305 and Valtra-621. If it's OK to have over 3,500 JD
posts, why isn't it OK to have 280 Bizon posts. I don't
agree that all my pictures are the same. Each Bizon model
has differences, even if, for example, the Z050 and Z056
look broadly similar. To me, all Belarus tractors look the
same, but I don't object to anyone posting pictures of
these. Why? Because this is a FARM PHOTO group. You have
posted a picture of an American F-15 fighter plane. I don't
object to this because I also happen to like planes, but
what has this got to do with farming?
I am not, nor ever have been, a farmer. The only reason I am
even remotely interested in farm machinery is thanks to
Bizon combines and Ursus tractors, which is why I have only
posted pictures of these machines. I am not at all
interested in John Deere, yet I have no objections to over
3,500 posts in their albums. It wouldn't bother me if there
were twice as many posts. I admit that I got carried away
and posted a lot of pictures in a short space of time after
discovering this group, but I have slowed right down. My
last Bizon posts were two weeks ago. I have now posted most
of my collection and will continue to do so, despite what
you or anyone else may say. If you don't like my pictures,
IGNORE THEM! No one is asking you to go out of you way and
click onto them.
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
Thank's Alex that You are strong defending Your idea. You
have my support :-)
Mathieu, why are You still visiting the site where the
pictures are "the same"? (as You wrote) Does it mean that
You like them? And want to see more pictures? If You were
borred watching "the same photos", You would not visit this
site.
So Alex, keep adding BIZON photos!
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
I thought it was. Good Scottish built engine ;-)
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
Alex, just keep doing what you are doing. don't let Mathieu
or anyone else bother you. Keep posting, it's always great
to see machinery from around the world.

Lance
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Re: Half built Bizon Rekord Z058
Alex Dyba wrote:
In answer to Dave's question, the engine is a Polish licence
built 6 cylinder Leyland O.400 6.54 litre unit (known in
Poland as the 6CT/107R).

Mathieu, what is your problem? So what if I've posted 151
pictures. So far, there have been just over 280 posts in the
Bizon album. Compare this to 537 posts in the John Deere and
621 posts in the New Holland combine albums. Why aren't you
complaining about these? Let's examine some tractor album
posting figures: JD-3,088!!!; MF-750; NH-1,054; Renault-412;
Same-305 and Valtra-621. If it's OK to have over 3,500 JD
posts, why isn't it OK to have 280 Bizon posts. I don't
agree that all my pictures are the same. Each Bizon model
has differences, even if, for example, the Z050 and Z056
look broadly similar. To me, all Belarus tractors look the
same, but I don't object to anyone posting pictures of
these. Why? Because this is a FARM PHOTO group. You have
posted a picture of an American F-15 fighter plane. I don't
object to this because I also happen to like planes, but
what has this got to do with farming?
I am not, nor ever have been, a farmer. The only reason I am
even remotely interested in farm machinery is thanks to
Bizon combines and Ursus tractors, which is why I have only
posted pictures of these machines. I am not at all
interested in John Deere, yet I have no objections to over
3,500 posts in their albums. It wouldn't bother me if there
were twice as many posts. I admit that I got carried away
and posted a lot of pictures in a short space of time after
discovering this group, but I have slowed right down. My
last Bizon posts were two weeks ago. I have now posted most
of my collection and will continue to do so, despite what
you or anyone else may say. If you don't like my pictures,
IGNORE THEM! No one is asking you to go out of you way and
click onto them.


Bizony są bardzo ładne. Szczególnie Z056 jednakże wersji Bizonów jest wyjątkowo dużo.,
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