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  1. #1
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    Default New DX35

    I finaly pulled the trigger. DX35, Loader, Wheel weights, Grill Gaurd, PHD, BB, Rock Rake, Tooth bar, Disc, Tiller, Rotary cutter, Hyd top link, Head phones with radio, Ball hitch Gizmo, 12 box of beer.

    Drove it home from dealer Monday. Took three trips with small trailer to get the rest home and two days to put everything together. New trailer is on the way 24 foot ABU.

    14 hours so far, almost have stopped looking for the clutch and the shifter.

    It is so nice to have a tractor with all the parts.

    will post pictures later, no time to figure out the new digital camera. Lawn to put in.

    Ya can't beat fun for a good time.

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    Elite Member thcri's Avatar
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    Default Re: New DX35

    Quote Originally Posted by DANOCHEESE
    Ya can't beat fun for a good time.

    Sounds like a happy camper here. Congratulations. Have fun. Sounds like you went all out.

    Post pics or some of us won't beleive you

    murph
    "This country was founded and built by people with great dreams and the courage to take great risks."

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    Default Re: New DX35

    Just picked up a set of QA forks. Can someone borrow me a couple of bucks to put soem fuel in this thing.

    I was tired of using junk, I will get the pictures soon. And fill out my profile.

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    Elite Member thcri's Avatar
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    Default Re: New DX35

    SW Minnesota??? What city. I can't remember but it will come to me soon but there is another guy here on TBN that is from SW Minnesota.


    murph
    "This country was founded and built by people with great dreams and the courage to take great risks."

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    Default Re: New DX35

    Have fun w/ the Tractor! I just got the DX40 with a ton of implements but not as many as you! WOW! You have gotten everything! Be safe and most of all...HAVE FUN!

    Ray

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    Default Re: New DX35

    Welcome to both of you. Congratulations on your new purchase.
    Praise is not something you do to get closer to God, praise is a response to God being close to you.

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    Default Re: New DX35

    Quote Originally Posted by DANOCHEESE
    Can someone borrow me a couple of bucks to put soem fuel in this thing.
    Congratulations! You really did go all-out with your purchase. I feel for you about buying fuel too. I went to Wal*Mart this morning and bought peatmoss and some other stuff to put in all my flower beds. I also filled my truck with diesel. Guess which cost the most?
    Jim


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    Default Re: New DX35

    I live near Windom. Also have a farm in northen Wisconsin. Learned what a metric PTO shaft was this AM.

    Tractor is running great. renting a seed drill Thrusday to put in 5 acres of lawn. Garden is ready to go. Started digging the driveway to the new shed in.

    Wife is convinced now that I'm a little strange.

    I will get pictures soon

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    Platinum Member Redneck_Randy's Avatar
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    Default Re: New DX35

    Quote Originally Posted by DANOCHEESE
    12 box of beer.
    You got a 12 pack of beer...... LMAO DANG I should have bought a Case instead of a NH

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