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    Re: Why my next tractor won't be New Holland

    I know people hate ebay but I have found if you type the part number in the search box on ebay you can buy replacement parts very reasonable, not every time but a lot of the time. Like I wouldn't...
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    Re: Help ! Mahindria 3016 vs LS 2025h

    A difference of only $2800 for new verse used. To me that spells new but that is me!
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    Re: Rear 7 pole connector

    All that running around and trying to find it is exactly why I went to walmart and got a flat pin connector I just took the male end off of the factory plug and installed it on the new plug. I did...
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    Re: Rear 7 pole connector

    My tractor came with the 7 pin connector shown above, I removed that one and replaced it with a 7 pin flat just like what comes on a factory wired truck. That way anything I use behind my truck will...
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    Re: Rotary Cutter Question

    I have the same cutter and the electric PTO also. YES it does hit hard when you start it, I usually start at a low idle and lower the cutter into high weeds or grass it seems to soften the starting...
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    Re: LS 7040 for hay making??

    Hang on I am sure someone will chime in I don't have anything that large so I am no help but I know some others are using theirs for haying.
  7. Sticky: Re: PalletForks.com - 60" Grapple Buckets $1095 - 42" Pallet Forks $524 & More!

    I'm not sure there really is a remedy, there are so many different manufactures of loaders and the quick attach units that there may not be a one fits all model. All there has to be is a slight...
  8. Sticky: Re: PalletForks.com - 60" Grapple Buckets $1095 - 42" Pallet Forks $524 & More!

    I'm not sure there really is a remedy, there are so many different manufactures of loaders and the quick attach units that there may not be a one fits all model. All there has to be is a slight...
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Boy I 'll tell ya just looking at some of those spinning saws you guys have gives me the chills! I would be to afraid of them to use them I mean they are so big and scary looking! I would even feel...
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Wow this thread sure has I life of its own, 149 pages 1482 posts. This is great I really enjoy reading about the wood it is fun and it makes me realize I am not the only one out there doing wood for...
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    I would have been out cold before they ever got me to the hospital! All I have to do is look at something like that (on me) and they I start thinking as soon as I think I'm a goner! :shocked:
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    Re: Workmaster 40

    They must have been built on a Monday or a Friday! That's the only time any factory seems to have a problem like that.
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    Re: Brakes again?

    Oh now I get it daaa!:p
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    Re: Brakes again?

    What did you do? Don't leave us hanging!~ Unless I missed it that is. :confused3:
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    Re: Brakes again?

    What did you do? Don't leave us hanging!~ Unless I missed it that is. :confused3:
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    Re: County line tiller

    That's the same one I bought they work great. I like the tater version better than my one King Kutter I had.
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    Re: Brakes again?

    If in fact LS did say that about the weight of the backhoe and the breaks, it's a load of crap! From what you have (I think) the breaks never held the tractor that is just wrong! I assume the backhoe...
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    That was cool!
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    Re: Convince me why I should buy this - Boom

    never saw anything like it before, any I have seen were just a 3pth pole with hooks and no hydraulics. It is interesting but I wouldn't buy it it can't be good for your 3pth. Heck the 3pth lifts what...
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    Tiller Re: Country Line 6' Tiller

    I had the same feeling for several years but I just bit the bullet and did it the next day I say a listing for a new 6 footer for a couple hundred less but such is life I guess. I really was looking...
  21. Re: LS Tractor USA is the proud recipient of the NAEDA 2015 Dealers Choice Award

    Good deal! :thumbsup:
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Yes dry is always better but for one of these outside burners even the steam heats the water just as the heated smoke does when the damper is closed. Heck a lot of the time the damper is closed and...
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    It mostly depends where you intend to use it and in what type of burner. If you are using it in a fire place then un-split is ok but only on the smaller branch or limb wood like up to 4" +/-. If you...
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    Re: Draft Control

    Do you have the center top link in the lock position? It should always be in the lock position if not in use, as far as I have been informed.
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    Tiller Re: Country Line 6' Tiller

    Well I got to use the new tiller this past weekend, what a beast. The old one was fine and all but an extra 12" really makes a huge difference the tractor even knows it is back there where with the...
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    Tiller Re: Country Line 6' Tiller

    Well I sold the 5' tiller that the new 6' replaced. I was amazed I put it on craigslist one day and the next emails were coming out of the wood work, sold it to the first person who looked at it....
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    Re: Montana to LS crossover model

    Look at the tag on the right side frame, it should have the LS model number. Its not the number that would be decaled on the tractor itself but a dealer should be able to get the proper cross.
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    Tiller Re: Country Line 6' Tiller

    Yea I have to pressure wash it grease it and check the gear lube I would never sell anything like it without doing what ever maintenance needed to be done first. But I am at the age when I am a...
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    Tiller Re: Country Line 6' Tiller

    Thanks I'm pretty excited I just love getting new toys. Your KK tiller is just like my 5' unit except wider and heavier, my 5 footer wasn't quick hitch compatible the two lower link pins were too...
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    Tiller Country Line 6' Tiller

    Well I finally up graduated up to a 6' tiller. I have had a 5' king kutter for ever but it just wasn't wide enough to cover my rear tire tracks, My Montana R4944 is a 2009 version of the LS R4047 and...
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    Re: l3038 To trade or not

    No problem with the LS brand and I wouldn't call them an unknown brand just not as well known! Make sure you would be getting the center PTO if you want a belly mower I think they have to be factory...
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    Re: i Started my motor backwards

    I didn't know an engine would run backwards till my son bought a skidoo snowmobile and they actually switch the engine rotation on purpose to back the sleds up. Heck that was surprising to me!
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    Re: R4041H Engine Thermostat

    Maybe they didn't put a thermostat in it. They could have missed that on assembly day, it happens!
  34. Re: golf cart top and quick attach and lights and tool boxes and hydraulic top link

    Nice job on the Golf card lid. Two tool boxes that just isn't fair!
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    Re: Stump Drilli/Stump Planer--Anyone use this?

    It must take one He!! of a tractor to power that or at least one of the larger ones. Wouldn't you have to have reverse on the PTO to get it out of the tree once you were done?
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    Re: LS Tractor XR4046H Broken Tie Rod Flange

    My Montana R4944 2009 model is an LS R4020 I have never had a problem with mine got 450 hours on it knock on wood (my head)!
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    Re: I Learned a Valuable lesson last night!!

    No you don't have to be close with a nuke!
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    Re: 2023 50 hour service

    Look in your owners manual and see if the manual states to install liquid ballast to off set the weight in the loader. I assume that you have a loader, then they can't blame it on you because you did...
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    Tractor News Re: new engine lineups

    This could just be something in Canada. It is a different country right?:D
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    Re: Harbor Freight QH broke on me

    What the heck were you doing when that broke? It looks like the one spot was cracked and rusted was it?
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    Re: Most Useful Attachment?

    Just buy em both and get it over you know you want to!
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    Re: Who really makes what?

    Everybody seem to make engines for different manufactures Mitsubishi, Kubota, Shibaura, Yanmar, cat, Cummins, heck even ford did back in the day the 4 cylinder 134 - 172 I think they called it the...
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    Re: 60" or 72" Grapple bucket Is the question

    I only have one clamp but everyone with two say that you can clamp on an uneven item and each clamp will clamp to too different width things because the can operate independently. I really didn't...
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    I haven't been too camp in years, but when I did go it wasn't really a camp it was a house (old farm house) up on a mountain and it had all of the modern amenities of a house that you live in well...
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    Re: 60" or 72" Grapple bucket Is the question

    I went with the 60" also for the Montana, which is the same as your tractor just an 09 with the Mitsubishi engine (and of course it's green). It doesn't cover the tire width but I have found that...
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Nice out house in the back ground. Is that all the facilities you have at camp?
  47. Re: what is the difference, besides price, of all of these 3 pt quick hitchs

    Mine is a harbor freight and it works just fine. I did extend the top link hook out about an inch so it was easier to get into the top link on the implements, I also replaced the bolts that hold the...
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    Re: How Do You Keep A Draw Bar From Spinning?

    That's one of those TSC items you just say "you want how much for what!"
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    Re: LS G3038H power steering hose blow out

    Make sure the hydraulic fluid is rated for wet brakes also. Not all universal hydraulic oil is rated for wet brake use.
  50. Backhoe Re: OEM for LS-branded LB3101 Backhoe (for XU series)?

    Yea they are similar but still not the same. What type hoses are there on the LS tractors? If they are metric well made in Korea SAE US, yet that is kind of circumstantial evidence but it might be...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: PTO/Three Point attachments

    There are several different well actually more like many different older tractors that would fit the bill for posthole digging old fords, JD's, case, oliver, or of course the massey most any of the...
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    Re: PTO shaft: How short is too short?

    I was just checking on the tractor supply web site for the 6' rotary cutter. I thought they had a minimum overlap shown in the PTO cutting section but I couldn't find it. I think the minimum overlap...
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    Re: sub-soil rippers

    Man If I had that many rocks to deal with I think I would just have to move! :thumbdown:
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    Re: G3033H or XR 3032H

    An R series tractor is way more tractor than the G series! I would go for the R $3500 doesn't seem like much money for what you would be getting although its not my money either. But if there are...
  55. Thread: Roto tiller

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    Rotary Cutter Re: Roto tiller

    I used a tiller on my Jubilee for several tears till I got different tractors. I was told it wouldn't work but it was fine. It was a little fast I had to be in 1st gear 2nd was too fast period but...
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    Re: Towing a trailer with the tractor

    I had to weld two 1/2"x3"x3" steel extensions on the top rear of the center link arm connection and move the support braces back so the quick connect would hook up. It wasn't too hard other than the...
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    Re: Towing a trailer with the tractor

    Hay is that an LMC box blade? It looks just like mine with a few added extras.
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    Re: Where did the Montana Web Site go

    All of a sudden I have this alone feeling that I have never had since I purchased the tractor. Well my tractor is an R4944 Montana which is in all reality an R4020 LS guess I need to get some paint...
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    Re: Where did the Montana Web Site go

    Yea getting parts doesn't seem to be a problem although I really haven't needed any, I did need one handle for the quick release on my loader and when I called Montana it was there in 2 days. I know...
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    Where did the Montana Web Site go

    I usually look every once in a while at the Montana web site the one that states Montana has transitioned from a tractor dealer to and parts supplier. It was the same web site they always had but all...
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    Re: 3038H PTO shaft freewheeling

    No if I am not mistaken the newer tractors have a brake on the PTO to prevent freewheeling!
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    Sticky: Re: LS Tractor Oil, Gas, & Air Filter Information

    Just save the box and part # then if you need another have them cross it. But I don't think it would be much different!
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    Sticky: Re: LS Tractor Oil, Gas, & Air Filter Information

    Try this

    WIX Filters - Products Catalog by Application

    As far as the hydraulic filter I got a number from the dealer and had NAPA cross it.
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    Sticky: Re: LS Tractor Oil, Gas, & Air Filter Information

    All I changed was the hydraulic filter at the 50 hour period (and of course the oil and filter) not the hydraulic oil itself, that was what my dealer told me to do. There is also a magnetic drain...
  65. Re: If it weren't for TBN, which implements would you NOT have bought?

    You always have to keep the wife happy! That is when it suits you I mean always!
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    Re: Looking at a couple of tractors

    To me the first one is the one the other two have manual steering. If you ever wanted a loader you would want power steering, and it is just easier to use with power steering!
  67. Thread: Tire Ballast

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    Re: Tire Ballast

    Yea I realize that but my tractor is inside all winter in the garage it isn't heated but it is attached to the house and it rarely freezes out there this would just be for any out of the norm time.
  68. Thread: Tire Ballast

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    Re: Tire Ballast

    If RV antifreeze is used can it be deluded or does it have to be straight RV antifreeze?
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    Re: Where does your tractor sleep?

    In doors in the winter but about half of the time outside in the summer. But I have a question what is the big deal with the cats on the tractor mine are there a lot of the time. So there are some...
  70. Re: If it weren't for TBN, which implements would you NOT have bought?

    Well my grapple, my loader forks, my hydraulic center link, and my quick hitch. I would have never known that a grapple or a hydraulic center link ever even existed. I may have found out about the...
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    Re: New Holland Boomer

    It may well be time to get in touch with New Holland and get them involved in the situation, the dealer surly isn't doing a good job at taking care of you or your tractor. As far as the problem being...
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    Re: XR4046HC update

    Yea my tractor had a similar gasket problem only mine was the transmission. I let it wait till winter when we went on vacation and they fixed it, a bit harder when they have to break the tractor in...
  73. Thread: what a pita

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    Re: what a pita

    I love my Montana as well but I didn't have any of that trouble with mine. Mine is the equivalent of an LS R4020 (new R4047) and everything is real easy to reach and change for the referenced work...
  74. Thread: Boom Pole ?

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    Re: Boom Pole ?

    I assume everyone using these Boom Poles has loaded tires right? I will need one to help the boy with his pole barn maybe next year and I would like as much in put as I can find. I just don't know...
  75. Buying Advice Re: What tractor to buy for general utility work -

    Ok maybe the OP can get back in now. I agree if you can afford it 40HP or more would probably be in your best interest but that is only my opinion. I also have a geared tractor four of them actually...
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    Re: Tier 4 emmisions, best options out there?

    Man am I glad I got my tractor in 10 it an 09 and I don't have to worry about tier 4.
  77. Re: #1 item on my Christmas list ....oh YahhhhhH

    Yea that would be a problem you really need a large tractor to run it, out of my league at least.
  78. Thread: DEAD!

    by Guesseral
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    Re: DEAD!

    Same question where did you see the spark at?
  79. Re: Question (maybe dumbest of the day) about Attachments/Implements

    Really my spell check does the same thing with fool!
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    Backhoe Re: BACKHOES LETS SEE THEM

    My backhoe looked a lot like that about 15 years ago, actually I think it might be the same type of hoe. Mine is a Sherman hoe on a 1964 ford 621. Well anyways I did break the axle and the tire was...
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    Backhoe Re: BACKHOES LETS SEE THEM

    My backhoe looked a lot like that about 15 years ago, actually I think it might be the same type of hoe. Mine is a Sherman hoe on a 1964 ford 621. Well anyways I did break the axle and the tire was...
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    Re: Serial # 2030

    Yes you are correct the older tractor serial number information did come out long after there production, and the published information if I am not mistaken was from a private source, can't believe I...
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    Re: Serial # 2030

    There just isn't any reason to shoot someone down, if they want to ask the question what harm will it cause they may just ask the right person and get an answer. I am sure that the information is out...
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    Re: Serial # 2030

    The old fords did have a way to tell the year or real close. It was from xxxxx number to xxxxx number was this year and from xxxxx number to xxxxx number was the next year and so on. Look how long...
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    Re: HF tools that suck

    I bought the HF large high speed steel bit set, I really didn't expect a whole lot but figured at the price I could but a new set for each project. The set I think went up to about 1-1/8 I think I...
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    Re: PICTURES ONLY thread

    There GMan that's what you need a 4046! Stay in the family!
  87. Thread: SSQA Forks

    by Guesseral
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    Re: SSQA Forks

    I have had the 42" titans for almost two years now, no problems yet but you do have to grease the slides for the forks to slide easily for adjustment but you have to do that on them all. I got the...
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    Re: LS Frame Issue Video

    I really don't think Tbolt 76 meant the economy version in the way you took it! Economy was just a wrong word, a better word phrase would be a lighter duty version of the 4041/47. And that isn't...
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    Re: LS Frame Issue Video

    Yea my old fords have many different threaded holes all over the center section of the trans and bell housing if it wasn't for my uncle having many of the implements I wouldn't have any idea what...
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    Re: LS Frame Issue Video

    Well no threads no concern or choice. What I meant by the other side was the other side of the tractor, assuming if there were bolt holes on each side they could be for some optional equipment...
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    Re: LS Frame Issue Video

    Yea but if it is threaded I would put one in it. Better to be safe than sorry, I always go by the thought that overkill never killed anyone but under kill could. What does the other side look like is...
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    Re: Raising the FEL

    I just take my loader completely off when I mow or run the tiller or really anything where I don't need the loader. I just can't stand having it sticking out there in front of me most of the time I...
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    Re: Which. 50hp range have mid pto?

    The LS R4047 can has a mid PTO so so should the boomer 50.
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    Re: LS Frame Issue Video

    In the second picture are you missing the front bolt?
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    Re: LS Frame Issue Video

    It also looks like the axle has been hitting the stop on the frame on each side from running on really uneven ground or even deep low areas. That isn't anything the OP or anyone else can really help...
  96. Re: How do you fuel your tractor (logistics, not finding the cap to the tank)?

    Wow I wish they would have that sale again. Those pumps are really expensive regularly!
  97. Re: How do you fuel your tractor (logistics, not finding the cap to the tank)?

    Wow I wish they would have that sale again. Those pumps are really expensive regularly!
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    Backhoe Re: What backhoe is best?

    Who has the best backhoe! Well depends who you ask everyone has the best hands down!
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    Re: FarmTrac Troubles

    They seem like the same old same old, I figured that they would have all new up dated body styles.
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    Re: FarmTrac Troubles

    Any pictures of these new Farm Trac tractors or a new web site? I always liked the looks of these tractors, I assume they are now different.
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