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  1. Re: 300 Series Loader - will 400 Series attachments work?

    Thanks for the confirmation. I took a tape measure with me and all info provided here is correct. Unfortunately the sale went very high and the Pallet Forks went for nearly new cost. I didn't get...
  2. 300 Series Loader - will 400 Series attachments work?

    I have a chance to purchase a John Deere Pallet fork attachment that is built for a 400 series FEL. I'm wondering if that will fit on the brackets of my 300CX loader?

    Thanks in advance for the...
  3. Collectible Tractors and farm equipment for sale.

    I posted this over in the Farmall Vintage tractor area, but thought it would be a good idea to put it here as well. I haven't seen any of the equipment, but some of these items sound interesting to...
  4. Several Collectibles Coming Up for Private Sale

    The father of a friend of mine is moving to town and will be selling a number of collectible tractors and other equipment. The list includes:

    Farmall Super M (has power steering and was one of...
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    Re: School me on Macbooks please

    I've used Macs and PCs since 1979 (obviously Macs first since PCs were not around at that time). Currently I work where both PC and Mac are needed. Two of us share an office and use a Mac with...
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    Re: Pulling tres from front or back

    I'm with the others who say pull from the drawbar - the front axle is not made to pull. I have a Wallenstein log winch and it has a screen to protect you in case of a cable break. Sounds like you...
  7. Thread: 50 Hour Service

    by Wesdor
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    50 Hour Service

    Last November I purchased a new Deere 3720 from Holland and Sons in Geneseo, IL. I have owned 2 other Deere which were purchased from a different dealer and I was pleased with the initial attention...
  8. Tiller Re: Finally added another attachment.....5-foot tiller from Tractor Supply for $1350

    I've had the same tiller for a couple of years. It stays in the shed except when in use and I have had very good luck with it. That extra $250 off for the rust should be remedied with some steel...
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    Buying Advice Re: To Cab or Not to Cab

    Just to add another plus to the many saying get a cab. I've owned two previous open station tractors and traded for a cab this past November. As most know, we had (and it continues) a TERRIBLE...
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    Buying Advice Re: To Cab or Not to Cab

    Just to add another plus to the many saying get a cab. I've owned two previous open station tractors and traded for a cab this past November. As most know, we had (and it continues) a TERRIBLE...
  11. Thread: Cab on 3720

    by Wesdor
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    Re: Cab on 3720

    A quick update on owning a cab tractor. We have lots of snow so far this winter and VERY COLD temperatures with wind. Low tonight is predicted to be -15 F. We had several inches of snow this...
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    Re: How Much Off Asking Price on Used Tractor?

    Have you checked Tractor House for prices? It won't tell you how much they will come down, but will give you a range of prices

    http://www.tractorhouse.com/
  13. Thread: Cab on 3720

    by Wesdor
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    Re: Cab on 3720

    Thankfully I don't need a backhoe (at least not at this point). But it would be a GREAT toy. I doubt if my government at home would approve of that expenditure. ;-)

    Thanks for the info
  14. Thread: Cab on 3720

    by Wesdor
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    Re: Cab on 3720

    I wasn't aware they had that option. It might be new?
    The winch is a great purchase and has made logging much easier. Had I known it was so good I would have purchased it years ago.
    I also have...
  15. Thread: Cab on 3720

    by Wesdor
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    Re: Cab on 3720

    Thanks Greg,
    I've never had a cab so that probably seems like a stupid question, but your answer helps a lot. I do understand that the climate control is built around the closed cab. My intention...
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    Buying Advice Depreciation of 3520

    I have a 5 year old 3520 that has always been shedded. Of course everyone is convinced their machine is in perfect condition and has always been well treated. In my case that is actually true, but...
  17. Thread: Cab on 3720

    by Wesdor
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    Cab on 3720

    I am looking at a new 3720 with cab to replace my 3520 open station. Before the dealer and I get into serious negotiations I need to come up with an answer that I forgot to check on this afternoon....
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    Re: 3rd Party Cab for Tractor

    Thanks guys - I was afraid that might be the case. Will rethink this plan.

    I just don't want to get into a tier 4 engine.
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    3rd Party Cab for Tractor

    I have a 3520 without a cab and am giving some consideration to adding a cab.

    So far a Curtis Cab seems to be the most likely option, although I would be open to any quality offerings. It looks...
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    Re: Hummingbirds!!! Seeing any yet??

    We had at least 20 until last week. Tonight we counted 5, but I wonder if they are travelers from north. We hope we are on the approved hotel list in the hummingbird AAA book ;-)

    The last couple...
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    Re: about the cost of john deere

    I happen to own Deere, but that is because it was actually cheaper than a similar Kubota.

    Dealer is a big part of the scenario. In my experience and opinion both are excellent tractors and around...
  22. Thread: Pallet Forks

    by Wesdor
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    Re: Pallet Forks

    Great work. Wish I had that skill set. I had to purchase my pallet forks.
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    Re: Hummingbird Migration

    We had 1 female feeding the past few days, but she left sometime Thursday. We still have feeders out just in case some northern visitors stop through.

    Weather forecast is for nice weather til mid...
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    Hummingbird Migration

    I thought it might be good to start a new thread about the hummingbirds this fall.

    Yesterday we had between 40 and 50 feeding heavily at our feeders. Tonight maybe 10 at the most.

    We are in...
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    Re: Barn cats in winter?

    We had a mother cat adopt us 3 years ago. At the time I was looking for 2 cats to keep the rodents down in the barn. Sine she had 6 kittens we gave away 3 but couldn't get rid od the others. We...
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    Re: Losing pins off the back of the tractor

    I second RDrancher.
    Locking lynch pins are just about the only things I use
  27. Re: ALWAYS set the parking brake when getting off the tractor and carry a cell phone

    Sorry to hear about your friend. Very good advice that I try to always use.

    We all need to remember that using tractors and equipment are dangerous.
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    Re: We just launched our new E-Commerce Site Today

    Regarding the map:
    I'm using an iPad at the moment and it loads almost instantly. Nice job on the site
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    Re: How to control mice infestation on the tractor

    I have 4 cats that live in the Machine shed. Before they "moved in" I had problems, but since they befriended me - no mouse problems
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    Re: Anybody else here love radishes?

    One of the highlights of spring is having the first home grown radishes. I like to slice them and make a radish sandwich. One of the real delicacies in my world.

    South of Munchen, Germany is a...
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    Re: What is your favorite Quote or Saying?

    Good Morning!
    This is God,
    I will be handling all of your problems today.
    I will not need your help.
    So relax and have a great day!
  32. Re: Thinking of Purchasing Ford F-150 - Some Questions

    I bought a 150 last summer and it has been a real joy. I hope you like yours as well as we like ours
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    Re: hello from northern il

    Welcome to the forum. We are nearly neighbors - I live in the Quad City area
  34. Thread: Friend or Foe?

    by Wesdor
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    Re: Friend or Foe?

    I did a search for water snake images. The image that looks most like it is the Northern Water Snake. According to Wikipedia it is a non-venomous snake found all over north America

    I am no snake...
  35. Thread: Hooks on FEL

    by Wesdor
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    Re: Hooks on FEL

    I had hooks welded on the top of the bucket before the dealer delivered the tractor. I had them weld a piece of iron beneath the hook and also had a bolt welded through the end of the hook.
    Be...
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    Chipper Re: Real World Wallenstein recommendations...

    I have the Wallenstein you are asking about. However it is run off a green tractor 3520 (smile).

    Not sure what size your Kubota is, but I believe the Wallenstein calls for 25 hp PTO.
    ...
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    Re: Ideas on where to place barn

    When I had our shed built we had the following requirements:

    1). Door on south end (snow melts in winter)
    2). Door on east end (stay away from prevailing winter west wind)
    3). Visible from the...
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    Re: Where's the birds?

    No snow on the ground yet and that means lots of other food sources. We feed all year round and have cardinals, Flickers, Downey Woodpeckers so far. Last week we had a HUGE flock of starlings but...
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    Re: Steve Jobs passes away.

    Ditto to what so many others have said.

    Since I haven't seen it mentioned, I recommend that you go to YouTube and watch his Commencement Address to Stanford. In my opinion it is the best...
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    Re: Heads-up the humming birds are headed so uth

    We had a couple here yesterday morning but none last evening. My guess is they left sometime during the day of September 30.

    We found it interesting that one female was VERY fat (storing up energy...
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    Re: Heads-up the humming birds are headed so uth

    We have at least 5 still here. Like others have observed, these are probably travelers but we welcome them all.
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    Re: Heads-up the humming birds are headed so uth

    We had at least 4 of them at the feeders this morning at sunrise. Our guess is that these are some that are migrating through, although we can't be sure.

    Consumption of nectar is way down and we...
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    Re: Zero turn Decision

    ZG - I presume that means gas?

    I have a different brand (green in color) but have looked at Kubota and they look fine to me. The 60" should be fine on your flat area.

    In my situation I am...
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    Re: Heads-up the humming birds are headed so uth

    Many of the hummers have left as of today.

    We have three feeders out and they are normally empty when we get home from work. Today they are still half full

    I can still see about 10 of them...
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    Re: Heads-up the humming birds are headed so uth

    They are still around in good numbers here in northern Illinois. They're eating about 3 qts per day. We have the feeders hanging in the shade on our deck and have been eating out there most...
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    Re: Suburban Garage Shop Storage Building Project

    Just did some quick calculation which may or may not be correct.

    If correct, it looks like you will need at least 106 yards of concrete to pour 6 inch on the inside. I presume you will also want...
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    Re: Suburban Garage Shop Storage Building Project

    Nice looking plans. Wish I could afford something like that - but even more I would shudder at the tax I would pay here in Illinois!

    Not sure where you are located, but have you checked into...
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    Mowing Re: 3320 6'or5' brush hog

    MSMUD - Agree that ballasting is not the big issue. You are correct and that is what I did a poor job of saying. The 3320 doesn't have enough horsepower.

    Thanks for helping clarify.
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    Mowing Re: 3320 6'or5' brush hog

    I think if you check the specifications for the 3320 you will find the 6' is rated as being too big. Safety is a big issue and the extra weight might well be a problem.

    I have a 3520 and a 5'...
  50. Re: 3 pt hitch logging winch, is any one better than another?

    Farmi, Wallenstein and Tajfun (pronounced Typhoon) are three that come to mind. I suggest you check out forestry forum.com for detailed discussions of winches.

    Good luck finding what works best...
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    Re: John Deere Compact Pallet Forks ?????

    I bought a set from Iowa Farm Equipment. Don't recall the exact cost - it was about 5 yes ago.

    Like others said get the quick tatch. I switch between bucket and forks all the time. Can't...
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    Re: Looking to buy a pole building

    I had Cleary put up a 36 x 64 metal pole building for me 5 years ago and have been very happy with it.

    My cousin purchased a kit from Menards and hired a contractor to put it up. He ended up a...
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    Re: Long range wireless router help

    If you do a google search for cantenna you may find what you are seeking

    Not going to comment on legalities.
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    Re: Skunks in my yard!!!!

    Not sure how old they have to be to 'spray', BUT if they are young enough you might want to catch them in a live trap.
    A friend told me the secretion is worth a lot of money if you can catch them...
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    Re: Zero Turn Mower?

    I have a Deere ZTR and it works fine for me. HOWEVER it does not handle steep slopes well, especially going down. I'm with the others - try one out at your place before making up your mind.
    As...
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    Buying Advice Re: Kubota compared to John Deere

    When I bought my first tractor I looked at both Kubota and Deere. Actually thought the Kubota would be my choice. It ended up that the Deere 4310 was cheaper than the similar Kubota. I ended up...
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    Buying Advice Re: Purchasing our first tractor

    As others have said, there are a lot of good quality tractors out there. I like that you have said you aren't wedded to any brand at the moment.

    Dealer service should be at the top of your...
  58. Re: Homemade firewood processor with hydraulic chain saw

    Very nice looking work. I wish I had the talent to build something this nice.

    Congrats
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    Re: Which brand of logging winch

    luc2121

    2800 for the Wallenstein is a great price! How long ago did you purchase it? I have a quote of 3400 for the FX 90. Maybe I need to look at your dealer.
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    Re: Which brand of logging winch

    I'm currently looking for a log winch. You might check out forestry forum.com as there is a lot of information on winches.

    Some recommendations include Tajfun, Farmi, and Wallenstein

    I...
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    Re: Need Help with Security Cameras

    A very nice piece of software is EvoCam. It runs less than $50 and can be triggered by motion in a definable field in the camera. It even can be set to record several seconds before the motion is...
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    Re: reduce heating bill with Wood Stove

    CrazyAl sums up my feelings:
    >>
    I hate wood stoves. I hate them with a passion. They are dirty, from the dirt on the wood to the ashes you need to clean out of them. That being said I have one and...
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    Re: Blacktop Milling Driveway/Play Area

    Be careful when buying the millings. We have a 385' lane. Put down fabric and then 6" of rock. 3 years ago we put asphalt millings on top. That was a huge mistake! There was as much dirt in the...
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    Re: rodent damage to wireing harness

    I had a real mouse problem until 2 years ago. A stray cat with 7 kittens showed up. We were able to give away 4 of the kittens but kept "mama" and the remainig 3.

    It is now certain death for a...
  65. Thread: 2010 Hunting

    by Wesdor
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    Re: 2010 Hunting

    Last Friday was opening day of shotgun season. I had 5 hunters on the farm and they all got at least one. We have a major deer population problem and counting bow season a total of 15 deer have...
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    Re: How much $$$ for a pole barn or steel garage?

    I purchased a Cleary Building which they erected on my site. It is 36 x 64 so the price probably isn't much help to you.

    However, my cousin had a building done just this past year and he went a...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: BX42 Chipper on my BX25!

    That's a lot of machine for that tractor, but it looks like it handles it without a problem.

    I also have the BX42 and love it! Congrats on your purchase and the many projects you will find for it.
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    Re: How do you hook your Log tongs to draw bar?

    Perhaps not in your budget, but I would recommend a Log Arch. I purchased a Log Rite, but many others have made their own. The big thing with a Log Arch is safety. Like others have said, getting...
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    Re: Where to buy Nuts / Bolts / Washers ???

    I'll let you decide where to go based on my experience just a week ago.

    I needed four bolts, washers, lock washers, and nuts.

    Stopped at the local Menards on the way home from church (it was...
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    Re: Memorial Day Thanks

    Barton,

    Here are a few off the top of my head (I've been a judge both years and have been amazed at many of the interviews).

    In most cases, I have had the honor of meeting these heroes. They...
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    Re: Memorial Day Thanks

    Yes, we need to thank all of our veterans. Thanks Bird, for mentioning all the others.

    There are a lot of young people today that are serving in some difficult and dangerous places. Too many are...
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    Re: Grass Seed Is Idle.??....

    SID is right - spring takes a lot longer - the ground temperature is not as warm.

    Sounds like you had just a small area, so my suggestion is to keep it watered and just wait. It will come along...
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    Re: hydro or power reverser

    I vote with Roy Jackson.

    I have the power reverser and was accustomed to a shift tractor before. I like being able to select the gear and then pull the throttle down for "cruise control".

    Have...
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    Re: Picked up Wallenstein bx42 today

    Glad you have found your purchase to be what you were looking for. I got the same model a couple of years ago. I too thought I needed the hydraulic feed, but the salesmen insisted I did not. In...
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    Re: ZTR purchase/second thoughts

    I hear what you are saying about hills. In my situation, I try to go UP the steep hills and NEVER go down them. You are correct on the pucker factor going down!

    However, I wouldn't think about...
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    Re: Good enough deer fence !!!

    I have some "deer fence" around my cherry orchard. One strip of white horse electric fence (couple inches wide and white) at about three feet tall. Then another strip of the same as high as I can...
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    Re: I knew I was wrong, but I did it anyway

    Thanks for sharing your experience. Your title says it all and most if not all of us have "been there and done that". It would have been easier not to say anything at all, but that wouldn't have...
  78. Thread: mniddle buster

    by Wesdor
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    Re: mniddle buster

    I bought the bigger yellow one at a farm sale a couple of years ago and use it to go through areas with lots of small tree roots.

    A friend has an organic vegetable farm and uses it to prepare the...
  79. Thread: New 3320

    by Wesdor
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    Re: New 3320

    I second Kenny's caution about ROPS and seat belt. You never know when the unexpected will happen and it is best to have the safety built into the tractor working on your side. I won't quote what...
  80. Re: GeoTextile Fabric: other brands? any driveway advice?

    Why put down fabric?

    Our son is a construction engineer and talked us into putting down the fabric. Rock will tend to "sink" into the ground and the fabric keeps it from doing that.

    Like you...
  81. Re: GeoTextile Fabric: other brands? any driveway advice?

    One thing that has helped me in plowing snow.

    I use a back blade and turn it around. That way it isn't cutting into the ground as aggressively. It does leave a bit of snow on the drive, but a...
  82. Re: GeoTextile Fabric: other brands? any driveway advice?

    We have a relatively short driveway of about 400 feet (compared to yours). We put down the geo fabric and then a lot of crushed rock. You might want to consider putting a larger size rock down at...
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    Re: CountyLine Box Blade???

    I agree with those suggesting you hire the backstop work done. 5 years ago I had 130 loads of dirt (20 ton trucks) brought into our house site. I used my 4310 and KK box blade to move the dirt as...
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    Re: Hello from Ilinois

    Welcome to TBN - I've been in Amboy a few times - nice small town. Years ago we used to drive Hwy 30 to Chicago and like to stop for lunch at the place on Hwy 30 just outside of Amboy. Is it still...
  85. Thread: Zero turn

    by Wesdor
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    Re: Zero turn

    I bought a higher end ZTR three years ago and have been amazed at how much faster I can mow. Not just the speed - like others have said, you need really smooth ground to go that fast. The turning...
  86. Thread: 3520 Arrived!!!

    by Wesdor
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    Re: 3520 Arrived!!!

    Really nice looking (and I'm thinking running) tractor. I gave a lot of thought to getting the cab when I bought my 3520 but I'm too old to get used to the hyrdostat drive.

    Unlike you (who was...
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    Re: Log skidding cone

    Nice job on the log cone.
    A couple of years ago I was part of a crew clearing an area around a remote mountain village in Washington state. We couldn't get any big machinery in and used the plastic...
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    Re: What country would you live in if you could?

    We have been lucky enough to do a lot of international traveling and I have to say that the best part of travel is coming back to the United States. There are many great countries with even a larger...
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    Re: Mowers: Front vs Z Fastest?

    Typically, the ZTR will give you a lot less time with a better cut.
    I have a ZTR and a garden tractor. The ZTR saves me at least 50% of time in the flat areas. I do have some pretty steep hills...
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    Re: 2nd day of spring and it's snowing!

    Much the same here in Illinois. We had planned to make the drive to St Louis for the weekend, but the weather was so cold and snowy that we stayed home.

    Thankfully, today was a very nice day and...
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    Re: Choosing A Mower - Where Do I Begin?

    There are a lot of good mowers out there, but like others have said, stay away from the box store specials.

    In my opinion, the most basic place to start looking for a good mower for your 5 acres...
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    Re: iowa farm equipment company.

    Is this a manufacturer or a dealer?
    When I looked up IFE it took me here Iowa Farm Equipment

    If this is the one you mean, I've had good dealings with them. They stand behind their products,...
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    Re: Can't Be The Only Mac Guy

    Long time Apple user here. Began with an Apple ][ in 1979. Moved to a 512 Mac in the mid-80s. Now have several at home, including a Quad Core 27". I also run windows on my Macbook Pro. Currently...
  94. Thread: 3520 VS. 3720

    by Wesdor
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    Re: 3520 VS. 3720

    Welcome to the forum! I have a 3520 and looked strongly at the 3720 when I bought it. The cab sure would be comfortable in this winter weather, but to me the difference was the hydro transmission. ...
  95. Thread: BX 42 Chipper

    by Wesdor
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    Re: BX 42 Chipper

    Thanks for the pictures. In this case the old adage, a picture is worth a thousand words is true.

    I have the same chipper and love it. Your idea really rings a bell with me.
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    Re: John Deere 3520 with Cab on Order

    Congrats on a great looking machine! I traded my 4310 in for an open station 3520 two years ago. Like you, I really liked the 4310 and wondered if the 3520 could be as good. I'm glad to say it is...
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    CR9040 Combine Problem

    Just wondering if anyone on the board can provide any experience or knowledge about a problem.

    I was riding in the combine this afternoon when everything started to go bad.
    First the fan tail at...
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    Re: Finished Building The Log Arch

    Very nice looking arch. I purchased one from LogRite a couple of years ago and it looks similar to yours. I really like your winch - getting logs up is sometimes a challenge.

    Do you plan to put...
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    Re: I have found the perfect tractor

    Thegoose - It looks like your last post was on Oct 9 and today is Oct 25. Just wondering if you made a purchase?

    You have two nice machines under consideration. I find it rather comical and...
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    Re: Crush and Run vs Recycled Asphalt?

    Three comments:

    Our driveway is about 400 feet long. We took out 6" of dirt by using a tiller and scoop. Then laid down the matt and put in gravel.

    We thought putting own the recycled...
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