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    Default Re: Photos of tractors on Hills

    Just getting used to the Toolcat, first time on the back of the dam. The Toolcat has 4 wheel independent suspension, so every time it dipped a little I wondered if it was going over.

    After I took the picture, I opened the door, reached up, grabbed the assist handle, and hoped it would not roll over on me as I pulled myself up in to the cab. Then struggled to pull the door up, to close it. Only made two passes. Will mow the other side next, to get used to the lean. It isn't as steep, only 3 to 1.

    Photos of tractors on Hills-p4010046-jpg Photos of tractors on Hills-p4010055-jpg

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    Default Re: Photos of tractors on Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by DT86 View Post
    Talk about Pucker Power. Those pictures are really an incline.
    The PUPIL who does not surpass his Master, fails his Master.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT86 View Post

    DT86 wins the "Biggest set of 'Nad's" contest. I tip my hat to you sir, for going where not many would dare go.
    Nothing could be finer than riding my JD790 in South Carolina!!

    2001 John Deere 790 4x4 with Model 70 FEL, 5ft International World Agritech bush hog, 5ft Wallberg BB, 5ft Frontier disc harrow, 5ft King Kutter II Rototiller, 5 1/2ft Cultipacker, 5ft Sitrex finish mower, Leinbach PHD with 9" & 12" augers, Leinbach middlebuster, Leinbach #11 Field Cultivator, custom 3pt handi-hitch, clamp on bucket forks, Pat's Easy Change.

    It's not how slow you mow... it's how well you mow slow!!

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    Default Re: Photos of tractors on Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by tractorworks View Post
    I think I'm adding pic of dam I mow. Gotta hang onto high side.
    That's got to be a pretty large lake or reservoir. How many acres is it? And how long is that dam???
    Nothing could be finer than riding my JD790 in South Carolina!!

    2001 John Deere 790 4x4 with Model 70 FEL, 5ft International World Agritech bush hog, 5ft Wallberg BB, 5ft Frontier disc harrow, 5ft King Kutter II Rototiller, 5 1/2ft Cultipacker, 5ft Sitrex finish mower, Leinbach PHD with 9" & 12" augers, Leinbach middlebuster, Leinbach #11 Field Cultivator, custom 3pt handi-hitch, clamp on bucket forks, Pat's Easy Change.

    It's not how slow you mow... it's how well you mow slow!!

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    Default Re: Photos of tractors on Hills

    "That's got to be a pretty large lake or reservoir. How many acres is it? And how long is that dam???"

    I think about 500 acres. Dam is .6 mile.
    tractorworks

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    Default Re: Photos of tractors on Hills

    [QUOTE=DT86;3259015]Here are a few I've posted before.

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    Those are steep hills!

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    First post, these were taken at different times.


    Tractor us a John Deere 5101E. In San Luis obispo.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Photos of tractors on Hills-image-1688427121-jpg   Photos of tractors on Hills-image-115898576-jpg  

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    Default Re: Photos of tractors on Hills

    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post
    Just getting used to the Toolcat, first time on the back of the dam. The Toolcat has 4 wheel independent suspension, so every time it dipped a little I wondered if it was going over.

    After I took the picture, I opened the door, reached up, grabbed the assist handle, and hoped it would not roll over on me as I pulled myself up in to the cab. Then struggled to pull the door up, to close it. Only made two passes. Will mow the other side next, to get used to the lean. It isn't as steep, only 3 to 1.

    Photos of tractors on Hills-p4010046-jpg Photos of tractors on Hills-p4010055-jpg
    That Toolcat is great on hills, much lower center of gravity than a tractor and 4 wheel independent.

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    Default Re: Photos of tractors on Hills

    Wow...some steep stuff there guys!

    No photos, but I have a property I mow a couple of times each year that has a steep 80 ft deep gully in the center (mostly weeds). One end of it is really steep. The first time I mowed it I backed down, but didn't have enough traction on the front end to drive back up and had to exit out the drainage at the bottom. I can mow it now...with a full bucket of dirt.
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    Default Re: Photos of tractors on Hills

    I have a couple of what I used to think were pretty serious hills. I was going to take a couple pictures to post....then I saw DT86's pictures... I'm impressed and scared at the same time.

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