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    Super Star Member k0ua's Avatar
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    Kioti DK35se Hydrostat

    Default Re: Your previously owned tractors....

    Lets see, on 4th tractor that I have actually owned. Over a period of over 20 years.

    1: Long 2360 2WD with Westendorf TA25 loader
    2: New Holland TC33da with Loader (can't remember the number)
    3: kubota B7500 with La272 Loader
    4: Kubota L3400HST with La463 Loader

    I am hoping the Kioti DK35se Hydrostat with KL351 loader will be delivered later this week

    James K0UA
    James KUA

    Kioti DK35se hydrostat with 2 QA buckets, 48 inch. King Kutter Rotary Cutter. 750 lbs ballast box. Loaded tires, Construction Attachments SSQA Lightweight Pallet forks. EA 50 inch single lid "wicked" Grapple. Satisfied Everlast PA160 welder owner How to add a link to a post . Best way to search TBN


  2. #12
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    jackson tn
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    Allis Chalmers 416S John Deere LX280, John Deere Z225 zero turn yanmar 1401 , Oliver 550 Special, Oliver 75 Lawn Tractor, New Holland 3930 4WD, Mitsubishi BDF2 Dozer

    Default Re: Your previously owned tractors....

    I have owned and sold the following since 1978:

    Ford 800
    Yanmar 155D
    OC 3 Oliver crawler
    OC 4 Oliver dozer
    AC 5020
    Komatsu 21 dozer
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    Elite Member DT86's Avatar
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    Kubota 9540, RTV 900 and David Brown 885.

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    '92 Deere 2355, Sold it as down payment for the kubota 9540 last year and never looked back.

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    Platinum Member ljohnson778's Avatar
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    New Holland T5070

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    I've owned a Yanmar ex2900, a Yanmar ex450, a Yanmar Lx450, a kubota m6040, and have on order a New Holland T4.75 Powerstar.
    Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
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    Dad, Grandad, and I have restored several old tractors for the last several years. If my PC wasn't down, I would post pics, but for now I have the IPAD, which is almost useless. I'll try to remember them all.
    '20's? Wallace, '20's McCormick Deering, '20's Hart Parr, '37 JD model H, '41 JD Model A, '52 JD model A, '49 JD Model G, '39 JD Model B, '40's McCormick Farmall A, '40's McCormick Farmall B, '50 Farmall M (currently in restoration), '50 JD Model D (I learned to farm with this, with a "self powered" swather with a Wisconson motor), '40's AC D17 (IIRC), '50's Minneapolis Moline M, and a '52 JD Model R. Those are all from the old farm back in Minnesota. Now, personally , I have a '69 Case 930ck, a '71 Massey 165, '84 Zetor 5011, and a '71 AC 175. I'll leave it at that, because my brain is tired and my fingers are cramping.

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    Doniphan, Mo.
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    Kubota L4240, B7800 & BX2660

    Default Re: Your previously owned tractors....

    My 1st tractor was one I made. It was real strong and fun to have. Wish I had it now. Then I got the one that everyone in the world knows Ford 8n. Used it for moving boats. Then one day it broke the short drive shaft and I had a $30,000 to $40,000 boat setting out had to have the cops help me keep a eye, on it no sleep that night. Went down the next day and got a new 1980 JD950. Then got another JD950 for our 2nd tractor it was used. Moved boats and mowed with them until 1997 with 0 trouble. I keep the one I got new and traded it in for kubota L3010 in about 2003. after that a L3130, then the one I have now is a L4240. Added a Kubota B7800 and a BX2660 and use 1 or 2 everyday.

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    Platinum Member pjbci's Avatar
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    Summit. Ms
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    JD 4840, 450j, 310, komatsu D31px22, IH 1486, MF 135, MHF TO35

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    Used to have,
    Farmall M
    Massey Harris Pony
    JD 4230
    JD 4440
    IH 966
    MF 1155
    Currently using,
    Massey Harris Ferguson TO 35 (yes massey harris ferguson)
    Massey Ferguson 135
    IH 1486
    JD 4840
    JD 310A
    JD 450J

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    Texas
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    NH TN70D, NH L190

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    Hey Guys,

    My first tractor was a non running Oliver 60. It was given to me by a friend as a project in the late 70's. Never did get it running. Next was a Allis Chalmers WD45 which I bought in the mid 80's. It ran (sort of) when I got it. I put a 6' blade on it and graded my driveway with it. The block split so I parked it and wound up selling it to a guy from Oklahoma who wanted to restore it. My next tractor, which I bought in 95, was a Ford 2000. I mowed my 5 acres with it. In 98 I went into business for myself installing lighting systems for sports stadiums. I bought a Koyker FEL for the 2000 and used it in my business until 2000. Then I ordered a new New Holland TN70D with a 32LA self leveling loader and a set of remotes on the front to run the side shift on my pallet forks. To this day I use this tractor as a do all around my job sites. It is small (and light) enough that I can easily haul it and the other equipment I need with my '06 D3500 and a 22' 14k goosneck trailer and stay legal. This is handy since I have installed lighting systems in Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Illinois and Utah. In '05 I purchased a used NH LX 565 skid loader which I recently traded for a 2002 LS 170. Over the last few years I have been doing some dirt work, plowing and tractor mowing to supplement my income.

    I love my TN70D and I like the LS 170 too but I sure would like to have an enclosed cab, heat, AC and pilot controls in the skid! Getting kind of creaky in my old age.

    Sorry for the long post (and no pictures),

    Tim

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    New Member Mdejoode's Avatar
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    Ford 860, CIH Farmall 65A

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    I started with a Ford 8n for several years to mow and move snow. Traded for a Ford 860 for the live PTO. Then added a IH Farmall 656 with a Leon Loader to clean out horse paddocks and move big round hay bales. Still have the 860, using it

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    Ford 860, CIH Farmall 65A

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    Well, screwed that up didn't I. As I was saying the 860 is used for mowing, plowing, dialing, blazing and a little bit of everything. Finally got rid of the 656 and actually bought a new tractor, a Case IH Farmall 65A. It is used for loader work and hay.

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