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    Mahindra 6520 4wd

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    Just stumbled onto this site and love it!!! I can tell already there will be lots of knowledge to be gained. My wife and I have been kicking around the idea of cleaning up her mom's 110 acres and trying to convert it into something other than brush and trees with hopes of eventually producing hay.
    We have gone back and forth for about three years now and finally just decided to go for it. We will start this fall. They will be delivering the tractor this monday and I cant wait to give her a try. This is our 1st tractor and most of this is new to us but we are really looking foward to seeing what we can make of the place. The kids seem excited as well....Will be reading a lot on these pages.


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    Elite Member sandman2234's Avatar
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    Jacksonville, Florida
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    JD2555 and a few Allis Chalmers

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    Welcome!
    I used to live in S.W. Arkansas(Dad still does) and my name is...
    David from jax
    A serious accident is one that money won't fix.

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    Gold Member RedRiver's Avatar
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    Mahindra Dealer

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    Congrats, you're gonna love that 6520!

    by the way, beautiful country up there....my father lives in Rogers.
    Red River Tractor, Inc.
    Mahindra and Bush Hog dealer

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    Thanks. Its is nice country, kinda grows on you.

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    Veteran Member Flatheadyoungin's Avatar
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    New Holland TC45 Shuttle

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    now don't come in here unprepared without pics of the property, too!

    and coming in here bragging about that nice looking, scratch-free, shiny, 65hp tractor!

    hahaha, welcome!

    i've learned a LOT from this site
    TC45 Shuttle, 270 hours, 758C backhoe, 16LA loader

    Well, I looks like I just bought myself a lot of work.....

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    Gold Member daBear's Avatar
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    Kubota L2800

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    Welcome and jump on in. Bunch of fine folks here.

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    Super Member flusher's Avatar
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    Sold the farm, sold the tractors, moved back to the city

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    Welcome to the club. Awesome tractor. I have a new Mahindra 5525 (2WD)with the ML250 FEL and have had a ball with it the last 6 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatheadyoungin View Post
    now don't come in here unprepared without pics of the property, too!

    and coming in here bragging about that nice looking, scratch-free, shiny, 65hp tractor!

    hahaha, welcome!

    i've learned a LOT from this site
    Can anyone recomend a good quality wax I can use to keep it shiny??
    I'm sure she wont stay scratch free for long, for the first few months she'll have her special place in the barn, all roped off, with display lights shining down on her. But after the new wears off I'm sure she's gonna have her fair share of dirt and scratches.

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    Veteran Member weldingisfun's Avatar
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    Mahindra 4500 4WD w/FEL, and Scotts S2048 lawn tractor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkinsaw Dave View Post
    Can anyone recomend a good quality wax I can use to keep it shiny??
    I'm sure she wont stay scratch free for long, for the first few months she'll have her special place in the barn, all roped off, with display lights shining down on her. But after the new wears off I'm sure she's gonna have her fair share of dirt and scratches.
    The only way you can have a recommendation on waxes is to give a guarantee that those three youngsters sitting on the tractor will be the ones doing the washing and waxing. Just kidding! You are going to love that tractor. Use it safely. Welcome to TBN. We look forward to hearing from you in the future.

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    LS R3039H, JD 345

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkinsaw Dave View Post
    Can anyone recomend a good quality wax I can use to keep it shiny??
    I'm sure she wont stay scratch free for long, for the first few months she'll have her special place in the barn, all roped off, with display lights shining down on her. But after the new wears off I'm sure she's gonna have her fair share of dirt and scratches.

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