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  1. #11
    New Member
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    Jul 2011
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    NW Arkansas
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    CK20S HST

    Default Re: New Tractor

    I think I'm gonna have to hide the keys. Problem is I can't get to do any work on it, just wants to drive around and have fun.

  2. #12
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    MAHINDRA

    Default Re: New Tractor

    Hey MGentry,
    If you havent already, you may want to remove your drawbar prior to using your cutter.
    Those drive shafts get pretty expensive!
    If the cutter dips down you could take a chance of rubbing the shaft on the drawbar.
    Wallace Tractor and Equipment
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  3. #13
    Platinum Member
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    Jun 2007
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    Location
    So. Maine
    Tractor
    Kioti 3054xs TLB

    Default Re: New Tractor

    Good catch; not your first look around, eh
    2004 3054xs
    1231 FEL
    Markham tooth-bar
    2376 BH, 9 and 18 inch buckets
    DR PTO chipper
    Blizzard B74 sno-blower
    250 hrs

  4. #14
    Veteran Member
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    May 2005
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    1,354
    Location
    Balls Creek, NC
    Tractor
    New Holland 1720

    Default Re: New Tractor

    You made a BIG MISTAKE...
    You let your wife drive the tractor...
    Now you will never get to use it...
    Very nice unit...
    Now go out and get it dirty...

  5. #15
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    Sep 2012
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    Location
    Red Deer, Alberta
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    2011 DK50SE Cab

    Default Re: New Tractor

    Nice machine. Hoping to have mine the end of the week. Still unsure if i'm going to let the wife in it yet though!!

  6. #16
    Platinum Member Hoosier Hay Man's Avatar
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    Location
    Indiana
    Tractor
    Kioti DK45S Cab, Quicktach FEL

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    I would like to tell you how I like my Kioti DK45SC on the hay baler, but my wife is always in the tractor and I am on the wagon. LOL
    Thanks,

    HHM

    Tractors include 2009 Kioti DK45S Cab, 1974 JD4430, 1952 Oliver 77, 1953 JD50, 1940 JD A, 1938 Farmall F-14,

    NH 489 Haybine, NH 315 Baler, Gehl 1465 Round Baler, NH 68 Baler, Kuhn GA301 GM Rake, Kuhn GA25 Rake/Tedder, JD 851 Rake, GT-77 ATV Herd Seeder,
    Everlast PowerArc 200

  7. #17
    New Member
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    NW Arkansas
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    CK20S HST

    Default Re: New Tractor

    Drawbar was removed before doing any cutting.

    I finally got to do some real work, removed 8 stumps that I've been needing to get done for along time. MUCH easier than the old way I was doing it- shovel, axe & prybar. I'm getting too old for that kind of hard work.

  8. #18
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    Default Re: New Tractor

    I'm still laughing, the first time my wife wanted to use my tractor I was 5 states away in Colorado visiting my daughter. She had a friend get her car stuck and wanted to pull it out with my tractor. My daughter was laughing the whole time until my wife called again to tell me everything was OK. I get nervous just thinking about it

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