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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by poorly
    I have even had the a/c unit re-charged last summer. It wasn't really too low but did take a little freon to bring to maximum effiecency. I was using the Montana 5784 a couple week ago and the tactor was not running hot on the temp gauge but, it wascooler outside than it was in the cab. I just think that for a a/c cab I shouldn't b sweating while using the tractor on a hot day and feel cooler outside the cab than inside?!! I now have 365 hours on the meter so the history continues to show issues that are continuing just as it did when I first purchased the unit. I guess that I am just disappointed in the performance of this tractor in the enviormental staus of comfort. I like the tractor otherwise. When the dealer told me it wasn't a john deere my reply was I guess I didn't ask enough questions before purchasing it, He told me I was just too damned picky!! I told him he wasn't the only tractor dealer in world!!
    Sorry that's how it's working. You should have working air or at least a working dealer.
    LS U5030C, International McCormick B-414 Gas

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    Default Re: LS Tractor U5030 pics

    I have one of these and it is quick,agile and has enough Hp. This winter it made money clearing snow and I hope to buy a new 72in Kuhn Tiller for it by April. We have over 100 gardens to till this spring. This tractor is great for Landscaping, snow removal, rototilling, moving bales, pot hole auger work. Add a few implements and the LS 5030C is in demand year round. Great for semi retired people like me. More than a Toy it is great for extra income.

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    LS U5030 picking up 1600lbs of cow that had some birthing issues, my daughter in law treating her.



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    HS.

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    Default Re: LS Tractor U5030 pics

    Quote Originally Posted by houstonscott View Post
    LS U5030 picking up 1600lbs of cow that had some birthing issues, my daughter in law treating her.

    HS.
    Neat pic's Scott ! Thanks for shareing, also that camera takes clear pic's !

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    Default Re: LS Tractor U5030 pics

    Quote Originally Posted by poorly View Post
    I have even had the a/c unit re-charged last summer. It wasn't really too low but did take a little freon to bring to maximum effiecency. I was using the Montana 5784 a couple week ago and the tactor was not running hot on the temp gauge but, it wascooler outside than it was in the cab. I just think that for a a/c cab I shouldn't b sweating while using the tractor on a hot day and feel cooler outside the cab than inside?!! I now have 365 hours on the meter so the history continues to show issues that are continuing just as it did when I first purchased the unit. I guess that I am just disappointed in the performance of this tractor in the enviormental staus of comfort. I like the tractor otherwise. When the dealer told me it wasn't a john deere my reply was I guess I didn't ask enough questions before purchasing it, He told me I was just too damned picky!! I told him he wasn't the only tractor dealer in world!!
    Did you ever get this problem figured out. My LS 7010C has no problem with overheating and the AC will freeze you even at 105F outside.
    2010 LS P-7010C 20F/20R gear tractor & FEL, 2009 Kubota B 26 TLB, RTV 900 Kubota,17 foot Lund boat with 70HP motor, 2012-20 ft 12k GVW trailer, 2011- 52" Craftsman ZTR mower, 3 weed whackers, pressure washer, leaf blowers, 7 foot bush hog, 8 foot landscape rake , 8 foot 3 PH disc, 2 row cultivator, 350 amp CC AC/DC welding machine and all the tools needed to keep them all repaired and running.

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    Default Re: LS Tractor U5030 pics

    Quote Originally Posted by houstonscott View Post
    LS U5030 picking up 1600lbs of cow that had some birthing issues, my daughter in law treating her.



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    HS.
    Did the mother and calf turn out ok?
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    Lost calf, 100lbs was the issue. Cow is still alive but will most likely be put down this weekend if she can't get up. A real loss you are looking a full blood pinzgauer.

    HS

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    Quote Originally Posted by houstonscott View Post
    Lost calf, 100lbs was the issue. Cow is still alive but will most likely be put down this weekend if she can't get up. A real loss you are looking a full blood pinzgauer.

    HS
    Has she made any effort to stay up with the lift on her? She probably has nerve damage if she was in labor for a long time. Wife and son have 50-60 head total, I've seen it happen and it's hard to deal with but it does happen. If she's just weak and worth saving I'd call the Vet. It's strange but around here it's cheaper to get a Vet to come out, even in the middle of the night, and treat a cow than it is to take a dog or cat to them. Sometimes a good dose of calcium or glucose, can't remember which, will help if there's no nerve damage. Good luck.
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