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    Deere 5065e MFWD

    Default Photo of my 5065e

    Here is a picture of my 5065e, with disc harrow and FEL. Just finished small food plot in creek bottom. I am new to tractors and really enjoy my new (June 2013) machine. 44 hours so far and no problems except replaced fuel filler neck which was rusting .-image-jpg-image-jpg

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    Default Re: Photo of my 5065e

    Congratulations, very nice equipment.
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    Platinum Member econometrics's Avatar
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    Deere 5075E MFWD OOS w/PR, 540E; Gator 825i

    Default Re: Photo of my 5065e

    Very nice tractor you have there! I have a new 5075E, which of course looks just like yours does here.

    Looks like you're already getting some good use of of it!

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    John Deere 3032E

    Default Re: Photo of my 5065e

    I'm green with envy
    congrats and enjoy

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    2001 New Holland TN70,2003 John Deere 250 Series II skidsteer,1987 John Deere 2155,2013 John Deere 5055E MFWD,2007 Duramax 4x4 truck, 1973 MF 165,Artic Cat 550 Cougar sled

    Default Re: Photo of my 5065e

    Nice machine!

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    Gold Member BuzzardA91's Avatar
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    JD 4105. 375 Backhoe. 2005 Polaris Ranger

    Default Re: Photo of my 5065e

    Sweet. Good luck with food plots!

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    JD 5525 and 5093e Kubota SVL75

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    Congrats nice machine.

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    2008 John Deere 5303 MFWD

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    Nice. Looks like a new disc harrow too. What brand and size disc you go with? I just rebuilt a 8' 3 pt hitch unit with 20" blades on 9" spacing with a 4" frame. My 5303 pulls it well.

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    Mahindra 5010

    Default Re: Photo of my 5065e

    Very NICE. Good luck.

  10. #10
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    Deere 5065e MFWD

    Default Re: Photo of my 5065e

    I got a Woods DMH 6, paid $1550. It weighs. 890 lbs and has 20 notched blades spaced 7.5 inches apart. It cuts a 6 foot path and had gang adjustment angles of 0, 7, 14 and 21 degrees. The frame is 3x 3 tube steel with pins that go the frame and adjust easily. I really like it but do not consider it heavy duty. For my soil , sandy loam and clay loam it it great. I really like the "Everything Attachments" construction except for the angle adjustment mechanism. It features a threaded rod with handle for infinite adjustment which drives thru a "nut " welded on top of main frame. It could be fine but the "pin thru tube steel" is a superior design. I would be interested to know if anyone had had any failures of that welded nut. Other than that issue ( which may be fine) that unit seems heavy duty. It is about 2200 vs the. 1550 I paid. I am a structural Engineer and if I knew that joint was. "Designed" vs just built as "this seems like a cool idea", I would buy that unit.

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