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    New Member ciderman's Avatar
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    Default WOO-HOO!!

    Delivered today! GC2300, 2350 FEL, 54"MMM, Woods BH6000 hoe and LRC60 rake.

    I'm a happy little boy!
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    Veteran Member Travis_R's Avatar
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    '98 MASSEY FERGUSON 231

    Default Re: WOO-HOO!!

    CONGRATULATIONS! I hope you get many fun, trouble-free years out of it.

    Travis R
    '98 Massey Ferguson 231

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    Bronze Member jacobweaver32's Avatar
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    MF 1533

    Default Re: WOO-HOO!!

    Why isn't the hoe in the ground yet?

    Usually, where ever it gets dropped is the location of the first hole.

    Congrats on your purchase!!!! My neighbor just bought one of those little guys and he loves diggin up stumps!
    1533, HYDRO, 1525FEL, BHX80 Scooper, PRD 84" rear mower, Woods 72" BB and R4s.

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    Black Hills in Spearfish South Dakota
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    MF 1528

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    Congratulations. Have lots of safe fun.
    Wayne

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    140 Farmall w/belly mower NH 1925 FEL/BH

    Default Re: WOO-HOO!!

    Looks pretty sporty/ Now get some dirt on that HOE.
    LoopHole says- Got a tax problem ? Buy a tractor !

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    MF GC2300

    Default Re: WOO-HOO!!

    Wow....except for some of the updates, lack of scratches and dirt, and lack of a toothbar, that looks just like mine. I hope you have at least as much fun as I have had over the past few years.
    MF GC2300, MF2350 FEL w/Woods toothbar, MF2360 front snowblower, Woods BH6000 Backhoe, Woods GTC52 Tiller, 60" rear blade, Pat's ECS, Foam filled ag tires, 3pt carryall, 3 pt lawn rake/dethatcher, 3pt aerator, 3pt sub-soiler,
    KK 48" XB Rotary Cutter, JD GX335
    and probably havin more fun than I should.

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    Bronze Member DuaneW's Avatar
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    Default Re: WOO-HOO!!

    good looking little tractor, good luck with it and HAVE FUN!! Now you'll find yourself looking for things that need dug up, moved, drug, leveled, filled in... ect.
    Oliver 1650, The best green is the original green, Allis WD (sons), Massey 1428v Hydro w/FEL

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    Default Re: WOO-HOO!!

    So how does that work with the Woods BH on it? Where are the hydraulics connected to with the FEL on and connected? Does that seat rotate to use the BH?

    DEWFPO

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    New Member ciderman's Avatar
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    Alright already!! I got 'er good and dirty! Spent most of yesterday digging holes and trenches on a secluded spot on the back forty. After twenty+ years of using a Case 580 with five levers and two pedals, I knew I'd put on quite a show getting used to this two-stick operation

    I spent a lot of time lurking here and I'd like to thank everyone for the info I gleaned. It really helped when I was shopping around.

    DEWFPO, here's a link to the Woods manual. This can probably explain the hydraulics better than I can: 9f8b0410842a4d6d80c6bbc3efff38d23.pdf

    Also, here's a pic of the little guy that was probably the biggest deciding factor in buying the Massey. Bought by my Granpop in 1952, it's the best running and most dependable tractor we have!
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    Thanks, that answered my questions. Glad it working out fine for you.

    DEWFPO

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