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    Re: Dry DOG Food ???

    Our 18 month lab has been fed a raw diet since birth. The previous dog we had was fed Taste of the wild.
  2. 3-Point Hitch Re: GC1720 3-point hitch will not raise (it is not locked)

    My hoses have colored zip ties. One-red, one-blue, one yellow/blue. When connecting BH red-red, yel-yel/blue, blue-blue. When i take the BH off i connect the blue and yel/blue. If yours isnt color...
  3. 3-Point Hitch Re: GC1720 3-point hitch will not raise (it is not locked)

    Same thing happened to me not long ago. I was bummed. Was getting ready to tear things apart and decided to check the hose connections. I had mistakenly hooked up the bypass hoses even though i have...
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    Re: GC2300 Steering wheel loose

    I made some new rubber bushings fir the 4 mounting bolts from thick rubber gasket material and replaced. This tightened things right up
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    Re: GC 2300 mf 2350 loader parts

    Jack's didn't have any - back ordered. I ordered one yesterday from Waterman Farm Machinery Massey Ferguson
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    Re: GC 2300 mf 2350 loader parts

    My joystick broke also. Already fixed it once a couple years ago. Guess I will order a new one from Jacks.
  7. Re: What's your heating season target temperature?

    62 overnite and during day. 68 in the morning 66 in the evening
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    Re: GC 2300 mf 2350 loader parts

    Same here...
  9. Re: front diff both sides leaking gear oil GC 2310TLB 4WD

    You might want to look at this. Not the same model but very similar in repair.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/massey-ferguson-owning-operating/129202-hub-axle-seal-job-complete.html#post1731197
  10. Re: front diff both sides leaking gear oil GC 2310TLB 4WD

    I had the same thing happen to my 2310. I had to replace the seals.
  11. Re: Got my Oregon Concealed Handgun Permit finally!

    Here in PA all my wife did was fill out a application on the Internet, went to the courthouse and $20 later she had her permit.
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    Re: Veggie garden forums?

    http://www.theeasygarden.com/
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    Re: GC2310 front axle spring clip

    Changed the seals on both of mine. Can't remember what I did but I know the first one took some time getting that clip back on.
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    Re: hydraulic squeal - GC2410

    Thanks, you do that.
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    Re: hydraulic squeal - GC2410

    That picture of Hines was not after your turds beat the Steelers last year. It was after the AFC championship game loss to the Pats in 2004.

    You goggle it.
  16. Thread: GC power!

    by Ray2310
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    Re: GC power!

    This is the biggest I have moved. Only off the ground enough to move it. http://i301.photobucket.com/albums/nn49/rayryczek/Tractor/2009/P1010039.jpg
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    Buying Advice Re: GC2400L new rider

    Glad to hear. Welcome aboard! You will love it.

    Ray
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    Re: Need racoon and sweet corn advice.

    Electric fence has worked for the last 7 years for me too. It's a pain to put up and I always think maybe I won't need it but I always put it up. I know what will happen if I don't.
  19. Re: Congratulations Jinman - Member of the Month for July, 2010

    Congrats Jim

    I never get tired of the garden photos

    Ray
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    Re: This ain't no Garden of Eden

    Jim,

    good to hear your garden is doing well. Ours is doing ok. The tomatoes are not near as good as in years past. I lost a few tomatoes to a blight that has hit our area. Most of the people I...
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    Re: Hub to axle seal job complete on a 1533, Photos

    Thanks, I will be performing the same repair to my 2310 shortly. Just waiting for the seals to get here,

    Ray
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    Re: This ain't no Garden of Eden

    Jim,

    Hope those Italian tomatoes work out for you. I have a few that will be ready to pick this week.

    The early girls I have been picking are good but can't compare to those Italians.
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    Re: This ain't no Garden of Eden

    Jim,

    sorry I didn't respond earlier..was out of town for a few days.

    That is an irrigation pipe. Water comes from the greenhouse to each bed that has an isolation valve. We got a bunch of the...
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    Re: This ain't no Garden of Eden

    Everything looks great Jim.

    I have been busy upgrading our garden and did not want to post pictures until I was done. However it seams we are never done. I added 6 more raised beds and added a...
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    Re: 2310 axle seals

    Its almost 2 1/2 yrs old and has aprox 400 hrs on it.
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    Re: 2310 axle seals

    Will do!!!
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    Re: 2310 axle seals

    Thanks, I'll let everyone know how it goes with the repair. Its not going to be soon I have not ordered the parts yet.
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    Re: 2310 axle seals

    I did. Didn't find where anyone changed them themselves.
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    Re: Chickens, and things related

    Pine,

    Nice looking coop. Here are some picture of our coop we just built. I don't know why I didn't do it sooner. We love having the chickens around.

    Ray
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    2310 axle seals

    Both of my axle seals are leaking and need replaced.

    I usually do all my own work but was wondering if anyone else has changed theirs and if you had any pointers?

    Thanks

    Ray
  31. Thread: NEW 2610!

    by Ray2310
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    Re: NEW 2610!

    My ROPS has a piece of rubber molding that goes between where two halves of the ROPS meet. The first time I put mine down one fell off. I did not realize this and then went crazy trying to figure out...
  32. Thread: GC2300 Issues

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    Re: GC2300 Issues

    I'll admit I'm one of those using the seering wheel as a handle at times. I have also had to do some re-mounting on the steering wheel.
  33. Thread: New GC2410

    by Ray2310
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    Re: New GC2410

    Nothing better than forgetting about a bad day at work than doing stuff on the tractor. (Well maybe a bottle of liquor)
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    Re: Precooking meat for making jerky

    I too have made jerky for 20 plus years in a dehydrator and never have pre cooked the meat.
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    Re: 2310 - 50 hr Service - Torn boot?

    This might be the thread you are thinking of.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/kubota-owning-operating/120298-bx-torn-boots-another-solution.html?highlight=boot
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    Re: Adding ROPS work light to a 2310

    Here is how I added ROPS lights to my 2310. Hope this helps.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/massey-ferguson-owning-operating/96454-work-lights-gc2310.html

    Ray
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    Re: question about GC2310 serial numbers

    The only change that I am aware of (or can remember) is the 2008 model had a factory installed hydro filter guard.
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    Re: New guy looking at a 2610 TLB

    I thought the same thing. "My knees are not that high when I'm on mine"
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    Re: Rear hydraulics GC2310

    My backhoe has 3 lines going to it too. Don't know where they go.
  40. Thread: Hood for 2310

    by Ray2310
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    Re: Hood for 2310

    Bummer man. A pieice of firewood fell on mine. I got lucky and it only glanced it and did not dent or scratch it. I then added a guard.
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    Jim,

    I can't understand why the tomatoes are not doing well. The first batch I planted is about 18" tall and the secnd batch 8" and all is well.

    I have been picking radishes and onions by the...
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    How is the growing season going for everyone? Its rained here 14 of the last 20 days. Was able to get some corn in the ground on the 5th. Its starting to come up. Been eating alot of onions, radishes...
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    Re: 2400 temp gauge

    Nice install.
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    Re: The 2310 Stump Removal

    It feels really good when that stump comes up out of there dosen't it?

    This is the biggest one I have taken out to date....
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    Re: a couple of garden questions

    Here is a picture of the electric fence I have used the last 4 years to keep out Deer and Racoons. You cant really see the fence but you can see the yellow insulators. I haven't had any problem with...
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    Re: Seat switch on 2310

    Count me amongst those with the switch bypassed.
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    Re: How I love Morels!

    My wife and I have had a good Morel season so far. However there were snow flakes flying today.

    Picked these last Thursday.
    http://i301.photobucket.com/albums/nn49/rayryczek/P1010002.jpg

    And...
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    Re: GC2300 MMM and front mount

    I don't know exactly what the problem is but I do know that you are not missing a pin on the left side per the picture. Mine does not lift up the left side as high as the right side. I does level out...
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    Tiller Re: Tiller on the tractor crooked with tractor ?

    Thats what I meant. Your on the right track.
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    Tiller Re: Tiller on the tractor crooked with tractor ?

    Mine had the same problem. I moved the adjustment on the 3 point arms until it was strait.
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    Electric fence has kept all unwanted critters out of my garden for the last several years.
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    Re: agco parts book online

    AGCO Parts Books
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    Jim,

    Glad to hear the tomatoes are doing good. I might have a few onions ready this weekend to nibble on.

    Ray
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    Weather starting to get warmer here. Still alot of rain. Wanted to post some updates of the growth so far.

    Some onions and radishes in front planter....
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    charlz,

    I am completely jealous of your compost pile. I need to get some manure for my corn patch but its been way too wet..and its raining today..tomarrow. It just dosent seem like its gona end. ...
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    Nice day today here in Western, PA. Got a chance to get in peas, spinach and more onions, radishes, bibs and leaf lettuce.

    If the weather cooperates I may be able to get permenant water and power...
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    Re: Downloading photo test

    This is a photo posting test.

    This is my grandpap trying out my tractor last summer. He is used to something a little bigger. He has a John Deere 310 backhoe....
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    Deere Hunter,

    As wet as it is here...I can only dream of when I will be able to get my corn in. How do you like that Bodacious corn? My wife and I love it. Thats all we plant now.

    Ray
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    I've only used it a little over a week. Staring out there was some odor. After following the directions more closely the smell did nearly eliminate. Of course when you open it there is some odor but...
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    Looks to me like you've started. Nice looking set up. An irrigation system for my raised beds was in the plans for this spring. Unfortuneatly with all the rain we have been getting it looks like that...
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    jinman,

    Everyone is sure going to miss your garden this year.

    I don't know what variety the Aero Garden tomatoes are. They are a cherry tomato and I'll let ya know how they taste.

    The...
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    They are the 8' rounded edge, treated landscape timbers from Lowes. They usually start out the year at around $2.99-$2.49 each. For the last several years I have found them on sale for $1.79-$1.99. ...
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    Re: BX24 Comparable Models

    I second what Matt Jr says...Just insert GC2310 instead of BX24 for me.
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    Re: Starting garden yet?

    We had a 9x15x4 deep plastic container of scraps that we put in on Sunday, I have attached a picture of the composting progress as of this evening (48hrs). It really breaks down the scraps quite...
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    Re: Picked up the GC2300 today.....

    Airic,

    Congrats!! Yes, please post some pictures (action shots are preferable).

    Ray
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    Starting garden yet?

    Anyone starting their plants yet for the garden?

    My wife and I have began the start of a new garden year. We started aproximately 100 tomato plants so far along with a few pepper plants. We also...
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    Re: a backstop for your FEL bucket (read on)

    Archerynut,

    Thanks for the complement.

    Right now it feels like I'll never get to test this stuff because of the rain. My property has been a big sponge for the last month and a half. Can you...
  68. Re: Massey Ferguson toothbar versus Markham Welding toothbar

    I just made some brush forks that mount inside my bucket. The inside measurement I had was also 46 5/8".
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    Re: a backstop for your FEL bucket (read on)

    Wyld Bill,

    Here is what I just finished finished building last weekend. (Backstop & Brushforks) Still need to finish painting (ran out of paint).

    The backstop ends are 1" square tube that...
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    Re: Has anyone named their machine?

    My wife calls my GC2310 "tracty" and her Prius "Elroy".
  71. Re: optimal sizes for 3pt hitch implements for GC2310?

    The 48" tiller I have works great. I don't think there would be any problem using a 52" if thats what you wanted.
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    Re: Picked up the GC2300 today.....

    Congrats!!! That warm fuzzy feeling you have right now never quite goes away. Al least mine hasn't.

    Its been really wet here the last 2 months and I have not been able to get the tractor out to...
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    Re: GC2300 tractor/loader weight

    Thats how I got my mower deck out of the back of the truck. Its a beast.
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    Re: Really looking at GC2300

    Ahhh. The feeling of expecting ..its a wonderful thing.
    You won't regret it. Keep us posted and don't forget the pictures.
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    Re: 54" Deere plow on GC2310

    Nice video. :D :D Thanks for posting and keep um coming.
  76. Re: My Sub Compact "TLB" Review (BX24, JD 2305, and MF GC2310)

    I like the rocker pedal and think I would prefer it over the new two pedal setup on the 2410. However, having the brake on the left side would definately be an advantage.
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    Re: 2310 bh drifting down

    Mine does the same thing. I always wedge something under it to keep it from going all the way to the ground. The first time I didn't and it was hard to get the hydraulic lines hooked up.
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    Re: Differential Lock Questions On New Tractors

    This has also happened to me several times. Dif lock was definately needed. In the past when I needed a little extra traction I always put it in 4wd. Now I usually just engage the dif lock. Just...
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    Re: Light guard 2310

    Those look nice. Did you make them or buy the guards?
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    Re: 2300/2310 questions

    Have you tried letting the glow plugs heat a little longer? I usually heat mine for 20-30 seconds when its cold.
  81. Re: What the? (serious question to the red forum members)

    I usually check the Massey board first but then use the "since my last visit" to check for other topics that may interest me. I really don't care which forum it is in, if I feel that I can add some...
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    Re: Still LOVE my GC2310TLB almost a year later

    Our one year anniversary is next month and I have 144 fun loving hours on mine. I think I will plan a day of work for the special occasion. The only complaint is that number needs to be higher.
    ...
  83. Thread: Deer Roping.

    by Ray2310
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    Re: Deer Roping.

    Thanks for posting.. My wife and I are in tears.
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    Re: GC2300 Blowing Fuse

    No. No problems yet. When mine quit pumping it was very cold outside. i suspect that the fuel may have started to gell up causing problems with the pump.
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    Re: GC2300 Blowing Fuse

    Mine wasn't shorting out it was locked up causing the circuit to over amp. To unstick it I tapped on it a few times and hooked up the battery charger to it. This got it spinning again. But my dealer...
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    Re: GC2300 Blowing Fuse

    I dont think power goes through the seat switch just to turn the key on. If you try to start it it does.


    Matt,

    I had the same problem you are having shortly after I got my 2310.

    Check out...
  87. Thread: Mushrooms

    by Ray2310
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    Re: Mushrooms

    I am no expert in mycology but there are about 4 different spiecies of wild mushrooms that my family has picked for years and years.
  88. Thread: Mushrooms

    by Ray2310
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    Mushrooms

    The recent summer rains we have gotten has really made the mushrooms come up in my yard. My wife and I have been picking and eating alot.

    Its amazing how fast they grow. We picked the yard clean...
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    Re: Jim Inman's (jinman) Garden - 2007

    Bird,

    I have not see anyone with tomatoes like these either. My friends Dad got the seeds from a old man years ago. Ever since they have been the pride and joy of all our gardens. They are a...
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    Re: Jim Inman's (jinman) Garden - 2007

    JC,

    Nice batch of tomatoes. All that hard work sure is paying off now. Won't be long and I'll be covered up with tomatoes. (can't wait) We can alot of tomatoes (juice, pizza sauce, salsa) I like...
  91. Thread: Hydrangea help

    by Ray2310
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    Re: Hydrangea help

    Our is in full sun and the only water it gets is from the sky.
  92. Thread: Hydrangea help

    by Ray2310
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    Re: Hydrangea help

    If you have moved it 3 times in 4 years it may not have time to establish itself. Hydrangeas love acidic soil which may change the colors of the blossems. We had a hydrangea that did not bloom for 3...
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    Re: Jim Inman's (jinman) Garden - 2007

    Jim,

    Thats a wonderful bunch of tomatoes you have there. I will be picking my first tomato tommarow morning to eat with breakfast. Picked a couple of cherry tomatoes but I don't count those. My...
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    Re: Jim Inman's (jinman) Garden - 2007

    Jim,

    How do you freeze your corn? We usually blanch it and then cut the kernels off the cob and put in freezer bags. Some have told me that they freeze the ears whole in the husk. This may take up...
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    Re: Jim Inman's (jinman) Garden - 2007

    Jim,

    Thanks for your kind words.

    Yes, the raised beds do fill up in a hurry. My wife has a hard time visualizing how big stuff is going to get. My wife just came home with some local farm grown...
  96. Thread: GC2310 Pricing

    by Ray2310
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    Re: GC2310 Pricing

    The sping collar that locks the drive shaft onto the PTO shaft can be a little tricky to release the first few times. Try to pull it back on both sides (like at 9 and 3 o'clock) and not just from one...
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    Re: Jim Inman's (jinman) Garden - 2007

    The garden here in Southwest PA is doing great. Just wanted to post some pictures to update the progress.

    We have been picking Peas, Zuchinni, Yellow Squash, Scallop squash, Brocolli, Cabbage,...
  98. Thread: GC2310 Pricing

    by Ray2310
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    Re: GC2310 Pricing

    jayhaitch,

    Was the backhoe still on the tractor when you installed the deck? I found that the deck arms will not fully lower with the backhoe on (because the 3 point hitch arms are folded up. If...
  99. Thread: Been busy

    by Ray2310
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    Re: Been busy

    DMF,

    I used 4'X8' treated landscape timbers from Lowes. The beds measure 4'x16'. My wife has plans for me to put 5 more in this fall. The raised beds make gardening so much easier.

    Ray
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    Re: 2310 Is this normal? and other Questions

    Russ,

    There is a Massey dealer (Rexroad Equipment) in Bructon Mills, WV about 50 miles from you. That is where I bought my tractor and am sure they will not give you a hassle about who your bought...
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