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    Veteran Member sam5570's Avatar
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    new holland tn70

    Default Re: Here she is!! pics for your viewing pleasure

    nice nice nice hope you enjoy it get it dirty then clean it up allways back it in shed clean so it can smile at everyone who goes by oh don't worry bout posting pics my wife does all mine after of course i hear a little chin music

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    Silver Member Dingo Man's Avatar
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    12' Kioti DK40SE HST

    Default Re: Here she is!! pics for your viewing pleasure

    Here is some more pics, Now with a little dirt in them. Check out the WHITE KNUCKLE DRIVING in the first pic, yesterday was training day for the wife.
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    12' DK40SE HST

    KL401 FEL, 72" Sundown Tiller, 72" Kodiak Rotary Cutter, NAI 48" Root Grapple

  3. #33
    Super Member grsthegreat's Avatar
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    dk45se hst cab

    Default Re: Here she is!! pics for your viewing pleasure

    My dealer asked me what width to set my rims.....but recommended the widest setting for safety. I agreed.

    More than likely thats all the issue involved. Personally the wider the better..

    BTY.. pretty machine. I just gave mine a new bath last weekend after mucking out the stalls.

    Looks new again.

    The only thing that fooled me in the manual was that it does not mention the rear 2 drain bolts for the transmission/hst system. It shows where the main drain is...but not ALL the drains. I thought that was rotten. Some of their parts numbers for filters are also wrong. But my dealer has all the right numbers so i didnt mind .

    I stocked up with all filters, screens, etc for up to the 400 hour service so as to have all parts in my shop, save on shipping costs, and make it easier to service. I only buy the fluids as needed though. AND keep all the receipts and note hours until your out of the warranty period.

    Have fun with the new toy,...... er i mean machine.
    currently own
    2011 Kioti DK45SE HST CAB tractor/loader, Jimna 6" - 3 point wood chipper, 60" JD Brush Hog, JD 60" Rototiller, 3 point post hole digger with hydraulic assist, 3 point spring tooth rake, Fimco 55 gallon weed sprayer with 12 foot boom, 3 point hydraulic wood splitter (home built)
    Quick Attach 79" loader mount snowblower & rear powerpack
    Quick Attach 84" Snow Blade
    Quick Attach 42" pallet forks

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    Super Star Member IslandTractor's Avatar
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    Default Re: Here she is!! pics for your viewing pleasure

    I'd say she's doing real well (but where is her seatbelt??? ) . Nice tilling. Watch out or you will have other non tractor chores to do and she'll take away seat time.

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    Kioti DK45SC

    Default Re: Here she is!! pics for your viewing pleasure

    I agree with IT on the seatbelt. I've made it a habit to automatically fasten the seatbelt every time my rear hits the seat...even if its just for a few meters of travel. That way I won't get into the habit of forgetting to do and suffer for it some day.
    I'm lucky that my wife concentrates on dreaming up tractor jobs for me, but isn't inclined to claim the tractor time for herself.
    BOB

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    Silver Member Dingo Man's Avatar
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    Not saying it's right I had alot of seat time on different equipment growing up and into my adult years working on a dairy farm. None of the tractors there had seatbelts. I just have not got used to them on a tractor. I buckle up all the time in my car though

    I will work on it though because I know you all, on this site will notice any little thing that is not quite right
    12' DK40SE HST

    KL401 FEL, 72" Sundown Tiller, 72" Kodiak Rotary Cutter, NAI 48" Root Grapple

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    Congrats, good looking tractor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingo Man
    Not saying it's right I had alot of seat time on different equipment growing up and into my adult years working on a dairy farm. None of the tractors there had seatbelts. I just have not got used to them on a tractor. I buckle up all the time in my car though

    I will work on it though because I know you all, on this site will notice any little thing that is not quite right
    Durn right we will. Not so terribly concerned about you but the lovely lady needs to be safe.

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    Silver Member Dingo Man's Avatar
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    Default Re: Here she is!! pics for your viewing pleasure

    Good point! I need that lovely lady to help pay for my toy
    12' DK40SE HST

    KL401 FEL, 72" Sundown Tiller, 72" Kodiak Rotary Cutter, NAI 48" Root Grapple

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    New Holland/TC40

    Default Re: Here she is!! pics for your viewing pleasure

    Nice tractor! How do you like your rotiller?
    Congrats::

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