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  1. #1
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    Mahindra 3015

    Default My new 3015 is here!

    It was delivered yesterday to my property, along with a 6' Howse box blade and a 5' Howse rotary cutter. I immediately went to work bushhogging about 1 acre of scrub grass/weeds and had a blast. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] So far, I love the tractor. It is very easy to use and learn and has plenty of power.

    Ill put up a couple of pictures.
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  2. #2
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    Default Re: My new 3015 is here!

    Picture from the back
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    Default Re: My new 3015 is here!

    Side pic
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    Default Re: My new 3015 is here!

    after bushhogging for 2 hours
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    Mahindra 3015

    Default Re: My new 3015 is here!

    This is the area I cut. Unfortunately, in my excitement to get started using the tractor, I forgot to take a 'before' picture. However, the weedy stuff around the stump on the right is what was covering the whole area. It was some kind of woody stuff, about 6' tall and 1/2" diameter, plus a lot of overgrown grass.
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  6. #6
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    Kioti DK 35

    Default Re: My new 3015 is here!

    Congratulation.
    That is a real nice looking machine you have [img]/forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]

  7. #7
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    Mahindra 6000 MWFD, 2 1950's Farmalls, 1974 Farmall 140, 1967 Mf 135Delux

    Default Re: My new 3015 is here!

    Good looking outfit. I noted that the 3015 has a "low" exhaust system. How 'bout taking a picture of how it comes out of the cowling and where the end of the exhaust is (Seems like most Mahindras have high exhausts. Good Luck! BobG in VA where its finally gotten up to 40 degrees today. I'd really like to bushhog something but all I'd do is thro snow!

  8. #8
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    YM 187 Yanmar / JD 790

    Default Re: My new 3015 is here!

    Byra:

    Good looking rig you have there, keep us posted on what you think of it after you put some hours on it. Ain't nutt'n like a new tractor!!!

  9. #9
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    not heaven but you can see it from here... Brown County , Southern In.
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    Branson (kukje) 4020, 40hp turbo

    Default Re: My new 3015 is here!

    Byra, nothing like the first day with the new tractor. I grew up driving a 1956 ford 641, and did plenty of bush hogging over the years. We used to run down some pretty big stuff...it took a lot of beating. One thing I have noticed with the new tractors...all the bells and whistles.... a lot more stuff hanging off of them. Likewise, a lot more stuff to get hung up on with the brush, etc. Be mindful to look over the underneath side from time to time. Looks like a great outfit, and a great job mowing that field.

    sassafras

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    Mahindra 2810HST

    Default Re: My new 3015 is here!

    Congratulations on a fine looking machine! It's hard to beat that new tractor feeling! Keep us posted as you put some hours on it. I've only got 29 hours on my 2810HST so far, the last 7 or so from blowing snow, but I'm very pleased with it's performance.

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