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  1. #11
    Silver Member
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    Mar 2007
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    184
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    Moore, OK
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    NH TC45DA

    Default Re: New Member NewTractor

    jinman, I plan to leave the woods in the front as it has a lot of revines running accross the front of the property and all the trees act as a barrior from the road. Where the trailer is placed is the highest spot on the property and it slopes off from there which is good for grapes and we will clear out most of the center section as it is almost all red cedars that hav taken over. The back section of heavy woods has mostly navtive trees and we plan to keep it wooded. Right now we are waiting for the dozer guy to cut the road into the property then the work (fun) begins!
    Greg
    Everyday Above Ground is a Good Day
    NH TC45DA, 758C BH, Ottawa brush grapple, County Line 6' tiller, KK PHD with Power Down kit, 6' BrushHog, 6' MF finnish mower, Bionic Blade road grader, KK landscape rake, Kubota ZD326S ZT

  2. #12
    Epic Contributor Soundguy's Avatar
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    Central florida
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    ym1700, NH7610S, Ford 8N, 2N, NAA, 660, 850 x2, 541, 950, 941D, 951, 2000, 3000, 4000, 4600, 5000, 740, IH 'C' 'H', CUB, John Deere 'B', allis 'G', case VAC

    Default Re: New Member NewTractor

    Quite nice land you got there!

    Soundguy

    Quote Originally Posted by gregkabob
    Thanks all for the warm welcome. I have a great wife and it was her that suggested we get the grapple...so who was I to argue. The tractor is due in tomorrow and the backhoe next week. Once I get it delivered I'll be sure to post pics of it.

    jinman: already thinking of putting in a shelter at the new place as it has a tornado magnet sitting on it now.

    Here's a Google Earth shot of the property:


    Eventually the big house will go by the big pond.

    Greg

  3. #13
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    Jan 2007
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    Location
    Aguanga, CA
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    New Holland TC40DA, Kubota K008-3 excavator

    Default Re: New Member NewTractor

    Welcome! That is a good deal you got on all that equipment. Your going to have a lot of fun working your land.
    New Holland TC40DA, box scraper, Kubota k008-3 excavator

  4. #14
    Silver Member SOS's Avatar
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    Location
    Fredericksburg, VA
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    NH 45 A (2006)

    Default Re: New Member NewTractor

    Can't wait for the pictures. I think you will really appriciate the grapple.
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    Steve -- 2006 NH 45A

  5. #15
    Silver Member
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    Mar 2007
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    Location
    Moore, OK
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    NH TC45DA

    Default Re: New Member NewTractor

    I went by the tractor shop and took a look at it. They are in the process of running the line for the grapple. They already have the rear remote on along with the sun shade and grill guard. Said the BH might be in today and I should be able to get it delivered middle of next week. I'm anxious to get on it and play....
    Greg
    Everyday Above Ground is a Good Day
    NH TC45DA, 758C BH, Ottawa brush grapple, County Line 6' tiller, KK PHD with Power Down kit, 6' BrushHog, 6' MF finnish mower, Bionic Blade road grader, KK landscape rake, Kubota ZD326S ZT

  6. #16
    Gold Member n8wrl's Avatar
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    Location
    Rural SC
    Tractor
    Kubota L5030 HST

    Default Re: New Member NewTractor

    Welcome, and thank you so much for your service!

    I looked at Blue and picked Orange. Doesn't matter - you'll have a wonderful time. We have some grapes that came along with property we just purchased. This will be the first 'real' year.

    Have fun!

    -Brian
    Kubota L5030HST
    LA853 QA FEL, Forks & Grapple
    Bushhog SQ720, 72" BoxBlade
    TR3 Rake
    Rural South Carolina

  7. #17
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    Dec 2005
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    Location
    Texas
    Tractor
    NH TC35A

    Default Re: New Member NewTractor

    Welcome Greg,
    I have the 3 cyl version of your tractor, the TC35. I hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine! That red dirt will look good on a blue tractor! My father's family was from Chickasha. I remember going somewhere around Moore to look for barite roses. Long time ago! Anway, good luck and keep posting pics.

    Shovel

  8. #18
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    Oct 2005
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    Location
    Okla City, Oklahoma
    Tractor
    NH TC55 DA

    Default Re: New Member NewTractor

    Greg,

    First of all welcome to TBN.....you've found a network of great people here.....it does however seem to get addicting!!!

    Second of all......an OKIE!!!! I'm soooo excited to have somebody on here close enough that I could actually maybe meet someday!! We are in Edmond just a skip from you....You've made a great choice in your tractor purchase and I will have to say that my grapple has been the overall best attachment that I could have purchased. Hey pm me and let's get acquainted and share tractor stories!!!
    NH TC55DA, EHSS, 4wd, 18LA FEL, Woods BH-90X BH, Toothbar, Forks, 3 Rear Remotes, Hyd Top Bar, 5' Rhino brush hog, Grapple, 6' Tiller.

  9. #19
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    Moore, OK
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    NH TC45DA

    Default Re: New Member NewTractor

    Again, thanks for the warm welcome. Should get the tractor delivered this week and as soon as I do I'll take pics and post. I'm glad I found a place where I can post questions when they come up as I know they will.
    Greg
    Everyday Above Ground is a Good Day
    NH TC45DA, 758C BH, Ottawa brush grapple, County Line 6' tiller, KK PHD with Power Down kit, 6' BrushHog, 6' MF finnish mower, Bionic Blade road grader, KK landscape rake, Kubota ZD326S ZT

  10. #20
    Silver Member maxfior's Avatar
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    Location
    North West Ohio
    Tractor
    New Holland TC34DA

    Default Re: New Member NewTractor

    Howdy there man! When I was reading your post, I too came to the same conclusion... The fit and finish of the NH is far better then the others. You'll see once you get to messing with your new blue. Great piece of land. I wish I had more. You sure could make some awesome trails for dirt bikes or horses. Then when you are tired and need to unwind, you can drink your wine In all seriousness, cool acres! Enjoy!

    Max
    New Holland TC34DA + Stuff
    "The more you know, the less you need"

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