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    Finally got my new B3200. It is awesome! Bad thing is it is 107 degrees outside.
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    Nice ! How big is the barn?
    B2920 TLB, turfs and loaded ags, thumb, 60 & 50" QA buckets, Kubota QA forks, toothbar, BX42 chipper, 60" front hydro blade and hitch, Herd M96 spreader, turf vent 48" 3pt aerator, Woods LRC 60" rake and Woods 48" estate BB, County Line 60" rear blade, rear spacers, pats easy change. Polaris 800 w/60" Blizzard plow & John Deere 717a ZTR

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    Real perrrrttttyyyy. Hope you enjoy it. Take a lot of pictures, it will never look that good again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donn12
    Nice ! How big is the barn?
    The barn is 30'x50'x12'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sackperson
    Finally got my new B3200. It is awesome! Bad thing is it is 107 degrees outside.
    Congrats!!

    I really like mine, wish I had hooks on my bucket like yours

    Enjoy
    Wayne

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    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frogfish

    Congrats!!

    I really like mine, wish I had hooks on my bucket like yours

    Enjoy
    I just noticed the hooks myself. I am somewhat new to tractors, but there are many threads on this site that say you should never mount the hooks at the far ends of the bucket. They specifically state that the hooks should be in line with the loader arms, or the arms can get twisted and off level with each other. True or not, I can't say for sure, but why take a chance with a brand new tractor. At the very least, I would do some research.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Bert View Post
    I just noticed the hooks myself. I am somewhat new to tractors, but there are many threads on this site that say you should never mount the hooks at the far ends of the bucket. They specifically state that the hooks should be in line with the loader arms, or the arms can get twisted and off level with each other. True or not, I can't say for sure, but why take a chance with a brand new tractor. At the very least, I would do some research.
    Also, if the chain swings around the end of the bucket it will slide right out of the hook. With the hook in several inches from the end this is much less likely to happen.

    Regardless, looks like a nice setup, what kind of box blade is that?
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    Very nice tractor and cutter.

    As to the hooks, a lot depends on how you use them and position your chains, there is a good thread on here, but I can't find it right now. I like to loop a chain between the two outside hooks and then hook a chain to it to spread the load as shown by another member, but I don't lift anything very heavy usually.
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    I haven't used the hooks yet. I plan on looping a chain to both hooks when I use it. I don't plan on lifting anything real heavy.

    The box blade is a Land Pride BB1260.

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