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    Default Just purchased a GC2600

    I recently purchased a GC2600 and have a few questions

    Where can I find a service PDF. I would like to change the filters Oil ect. The PO said this was completed last season.

    Any special site or dealer that has the best prices? I am looking to replace a hood( local body shop will do the work also)

    After doing some reading it looks like the 5ft backblade is prefered. I was going to pick one up from the local chain store but their blades don't pivot right and left, is this somthing that is really needed? I have a driveway and would like to create some trails in my woods would a box scrapper be a better idea?

    Anything else I "have to have"?

    I picked up a set of chains for $50 yesterday and ordered a 3pt carry all for moving pallets

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    Platinum Member MFRED's Avatar
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    Default Re: Just purchased a GC2600

    Owners manual should tell you how to do your general service. The Service manual would be for more in depth repairs. You can link through the Massey Ferguson website to the publication website to find the manuals.

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    Default Re: Just purchased a GC2600

    You'll want a back blade that swivels 360 degrees for sure. I use mine to keep woods roads / trails open in winter to access manure piles etc. I don't own a GC series or know what else you plan to use it for so I can't advise what else you might need.

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    Default Re: Just purchased a GC2600

    Congrats on your purchase .I have a gc2400 and a 5 foot blade and it`s a good size for the tractor ,just don`t dig too deep .The front end loader
    is by far the most versatile option.You may find ground clearance a bit on the low for the woods and also be careful not to get sticks or branches in the HST fan.

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    Default Re: Just purchased a GC2600

    Quote Originally Posted by prollynotjeff View Post
    I recently purchased a GC2600 and have a few questions

    Where can I find a service PDF. I would like to change the filters Oil ect. The PO said this was completed last season.

    Any special site or dealer that has the best prices? I am looking to replace a hood( local body shop will do the work also)

    After doing some reading it looks like the 5ft backblade is prefered. I was going to pick one up from the local chain store but their blades don't pivot right and left, is this somthing that is really needed? I have a driveway and would like to create some trails in my woods would a box scrapper be a better idea?

    Anything else I "have to have"?

    I picked up a set of chains for $50 yesterday and ordered a 3pt carry all for moving pallets
    Go to agcopubs.com. A service manual will be worth every penny.
    Thanks,

    Will


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