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    Re: CONVERTING A HAYFIELD INTO A SMOOTH LAWN

    Here are three LINKS to the T-B-N archive relevant to your topic, which is regularly debated here:

    LINKS:
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  2. Thread: R4 vs Turf

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    Tire Selection Re: R4 vs Turf

    Look at the Google SEARCH BAR in the LINKS to learn how to search T-B-N and other forums.

    T-B-N's search function is very limited; it is usually more productive to search via Google.
  3. Thread: R4 vs Turf

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    Tire Selection Re: R4 vs Turf

    Here are two LINKS to multiple threads on your topic within the T-B-N archive:

    https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=subcompact+R1+versus+R4+tires+site%3Atractorbynet.com (800+ threads)
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  4. Re: where do you store your tractor - inside or out?

    I keep both my Kubota tractor and Kubota utility vehicle in the humidity controlled garage. My implements are mostly outside under canvas.

    The Ford and the Subaru cars park in the driveway.

    If...
  5. Comparison Re: Looking for opinions - new tractor purchase

    No.

    My Tier 4 Kubota L3560 can be set to regenerate while you are working if revs are pretty high and one is aware that exhaust will be hot. It also can be set to regenerate parked. There are...
  6. Comparison Re: Looking for opinions - new tractor purchase

    If you divide tractor weight by tractor price, calculations reveal that most, not all, of Kubota Grand L price is proportional to weight. The Grand L's have the heaviest frames, axles, Three Point...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Telescoping Stabilizers

    People use their equipment in distinct ways. Personally, ease of mounting implements with is 65% of the reason to have telescoping, pinned, rigid stabilizers and strength/reliability 35%.

    I...
  8. Comparison Re: Looking for opinions - new tractor purchase

    I love my 5,400 pound Kubota 'Grand L' L3560 with LA805 Loader and L2296 Heavy-Duty Round-Back Bucket.

    It is small in size, has an exceptionally comfortable operator's station and enough weight to...
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    Re: Plow share for an old Fergunson plow

    See if one of these venders has it: https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=moldboard+plow+wear+parts&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&gws_rd=ssl
  10. Re: Where do you hook your chain for pulling trees?

    Do you have chain grab hooks installed on your FEL Bucket?

    Personally I use chain grab hooks installed on the FEL and clevis grab hook installed on center drawbar as chain attachment points more...
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    Re: Living in Panama

    Panama is WET.
  12. Thread: Tractor less

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    Re: Tractor less

    Romanian Long: Soldiering on for the Motherland.
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    Re: Hello from Gator/Seminole country

    Gator/Seminole: Are these new Chinese tractor brands?
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    Re: Tiller-revitalizer for aerating overseed

    First off, please add your Kubota model to your profile, so we know precisely what tractor you have.

    It seems you need some type of subsoiler. Are the hard areas slow to drain after heavy rain?
    ...
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    Buying Advice Re: Overwhelmed by All the Options!

    Good man. Best of luck with your new tractor-loader.
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    Re: DIGGING OUR POND

    When the pond is completed I think you should throw a giant GUMBO PARTY for T-B-N contributors.

    Great ambition in retirement.
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    Re: Bucket Hook Placement

    Photo A.

    I had my Kubota dealer position the two 5/16" outboard hooks on top of the end plates to elevate hooks just a tad. I have only the two outboard chain grab hooks on my L3560 with 72"...
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    Tiller Re: PTO shaft separates when lifted.

    Most tillers without a slip clutch are shear bolt protected. In my opinion, you need one or the other.

    You do not want too long a PTO shaft either, or it will jam when you cross a swale.

    The...
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    Re: Grass Question

    Take in 3-4 soil samples for testing. If you impart that you are going to grow grass you will receive specific amendment recommendations for that 'crop'. Follow the recommendations, not ignoring...
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    Tiller Re: PTO shaft separates when lifted.

    If the PTO shaft separates in use, the loose ends can literally flail you to death.

    Buy a new PTO shaft.

    Only cheese gets stronger with age.
  21. Re: Good place to buy tires? First time tractor owner!

    As you have a FEL you probably want R4 industrial tires, which are wider and support the weight of a full FEL better than R1 or Turfs. R4s are also more puncture resistant and flame resistant if you...
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    Re: Bought 2 implements, How did I do?

    RE: Ferguson Plow

    Harry Ferguson invented the tractor Three Point Hitch between WW1 and WW2. Being highly astute, he carefully patented every refinement. His first United States licensee was...
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    Re: 4110 Front Tire replacement, HELP!

    Odd/rare/low volume tractor tires are usually available on on eBay.

    Multiple venders are selling 23 X 8.5 turfs.


    Tire 23 X 8.5 | eBay
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    Re: LPGS disapointment

    Why should you have to reinforce a new Howse LPGS in order to make it serviceable?

    Shame on Howse.
  25. Re: Relevant Ag Article in 9/29/2014 Barron's Financial Weekly

    Russia, a country of 130 million people without its former empire, has banned some western food imports, mostly affecting the Euro zone.

    I do not know of any US regulations banning food exports. ...
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    Re: Stihl ms261 problem

    I have been using an MS261 for three years, with no problems. I buy Stihl products because of reliable dealer support. I hope dealer will get your saw in good shape immediately or replace it.

    I...
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    Buying Advice Re: Kubota for NH woodlands

    Very nice.

    Congratulations.

    Try not to explode before the weekend arrives.

    Be very careful using the Wallenstein chipper. It will want to pull branches and any loose clothing into the maw...
  28. Relevant Ag Article in 9/29/2014 Barron's Financial Weekly

    Interesting article on worldwide high volume harvests and effects on machinery makers, fertilizer producers and seed and herbicide producers.




    TROUBLE ON THE FARM

    The price of corn has...
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    Re: LPGS disapointment

    HOWSE 72" DUAL EDGE SCRAPER BLADE - $1105.00
    Approximate Weight 552.0000
    Working Width 72 inches
    Side Plates 1/4 inch Thick, 13 inch Side Plates
    Hitch Type Category 1
    Cutting Edge 3/8 x 6 inch...
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    Re: Levelling/Smoothing lawn/pasture

    Here are LINKS to 1,130 threads in the T-B-N archive on 1) smoothing lawns and 2) smoothing pasture:

    Search Results Smoothing Lawn- TractorByNet.com
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    Re: avenger 254a tractor

    It is unlikely the starter was made by Avenger.

    Look on the starter to determine actual starter manufacturer and manufacture's model number.

    With that information it is likely you can find a...
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    Re: Wheel spacers or weights for slopes?

    Look into Ventrac and Steiner articulated tractor-mowers, both manufactured in USA. Their primary market is golf courses. They excel at mowing slopes.
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    Re: L Series questions

    The same.

    Kubota dealer ordered some parts for me recently, ordered a Kubota linch pin too, though I did not ask for it. Kubota lynch pin invoiced at $14. Same lynch pin at the TSC six miles...
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    Buying Advice Re: Overwhelmed by All the Options!

    Installing a Piranha Tooth Bar on any subcompact tractor bucket will make penetrating piles much easier.

    Counterbalance on the 3-Pt Hitch will also help. I am surprised the dealer did not mount...
  35. Re: CMP 60" DETHATCHER ~ WORKING ~ (Three Point Hitch Mounted)

    Thatch and Its Control in Florida Lawns
    University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS)

    ARTICLE LINK:
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    Re: Questions about purchasing first tractor

    Either tractor would be fine.

    If you are going to do this for a living, consider a Kubota "Grand L" in the L series. The refinements on the Grand L's and much better, unimpeded operator's station...
  37. Box Scraper Re: Tractor Supply Countyline Box Blade any good

    As you already have a King Kutter 60" Box Blade I think you can figure the 72" Countyline (by Tarter in Kentucky) will be very close to the same quality.

    Why not consider a Rollover Box Blade...
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    Re: Question about using a landscape rake

    SIXDOGS: I thought you knew EVERYTHING related to tractors and women.
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    Re: John deere 1010 tire help

    Power Rims and associated tires are available on eBay.

    LINKS:

    Deere Power Rim | eBay

    Tractor Power Rim | eBay
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    Re: What is the best atttachment to.....

    A TR3 rake from ABI Equipment is the most versatile arena implement.

    LINK:

    TR3® Rake Arena Drag by ABI Equine® >>> Best Selling Arena Equipment
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    Re: New to the tractor game

    CT120 has a Category 1, Three Point Hitch. Any implement set up for a Category 1, Three Point Hitch will fit the Bobcat. Category 1 is the most common size of hitch and the most common hitch size...
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    Re: New to the tractor game

    Model B lug nuts are available on eBay:

    LINK:

    Allis Chalmers B lug nuts | eBay
  43. Re: 2.5 acres - not perfectly flat - sometimes soggy - limited time - which mower/spe

    Sears is on its last gasp. I would not buy anything from Sears that could require parts.

    Old Fords are great tractors for aficionados good with their hands and tools, but would be a poor...
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    Re: Attachment Sizes/Ratings

    Rear Blades and especially Box Blades are dependent on weight to cut.

    Buy Category 2 implements.
  45. Re: CMP 60" DETHATCHER ~ WORKING ~ (Three Point Hitch Mounted)

    Your JD 1026R has ample power.


    This implement, perhaps in the 50" iteration, would be effective behind a 16-horsepower sub-compact tractor.
  46. Re: CMP 60" DETHATCHER ~ WORKING ~ (Three Point Hitch Mounted)

    Second use of CMP 60" Dethatcher. We have experienced only a trace of rain since I started this thread 9/15/2014, so my lawn is drier but not wilted nor straw-like. My lawn was mowed five days...
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    Buying Advice Re: Overwhelmed by All the Options!

    The vines are wild grapes, Vitus rotundfolia, and Virgina Creeper. The thorny brush/vines looks mostly like Smilax, which is hard to eradicate, plus some wild climbing rose. Go to your local...
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    Buying Advice Re: Overwhelmed by All the Options!

    In the real world you will not notice 1-2-3-4 horsepower difference between tractors. In my opinion, based on three tractors I have owned, it takes a 50% horsepower increase before you REALLY ...
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    Tires Re: Looking for 8.3x22 tires for Yanmar1610D

    There are four sets of 6 X 14 tractor tires for sale on eBay. Open LINK:

    Tires 6 X 14 | eBay
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    Tires Re: Looking for 8.3x22 tires for Yanmar1610D

    There is one pair of 8.2 X 22 tractor tires for sale on eBay. Open LINK:

    Tires 8.3 X 22 | eBay

    Must be a rare size these days.
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    Re: BX - Buyer's Remorse? Loader remorse, anyway.

    From whence in the galaxy come Minions?

    Are they legal?
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    Buying Advice Re: Overwhelmed by All the Options!

    Use your Box Blade as counterbalance. Weight BEHIND the rear axle, on the Three Point Hitch, relieves stress on the front axle and front axle seals which are heavily stressed when the FEL is full...
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    Buying Advice Re: Overwhelmed by All the Options!

    When comparing tractor prices, compare tractors of the same weight, which is APPLES TO APPLES. Price per pound of similarly equiped Deere/Kubota models are about the same.

    You want tractor...
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    Buying Advice Re: Overwhelmed by All the Options!

    These weights do not include optional FEL and bucket. Specs for weight and width are with R1/Ag tires. R4/Industrial tires, usually paired with an FEL equipped tractor, will be somewhat heavier and...
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    Buying Advice Re: Overwhelmed by All the Options!

    If you intend the dealer to provide periodic maintenance plus repairs, it is important the dealer be reasonably close.

    You will have to pay for transport and it is expensive to transport a tractor...
  56. Loader Re: New B2650 manal says do'nt put chains, rope or strapes on loader to lift stuff

    I easily mounted bolt-on grab hooks on the bucket of my Kubota B3300SU.

    Ken's Hooks are the highest quality and come complete with Grade 8 nuts/bolts/washers. Chain grab hooks NEVER move.
    ...
  57. Backhoe Re: Kubota B7500HST with Woods BH6000 backhoe?

    Kokyer and Coldwarter are both aftermarket loader manufacturers.


    LINKS:

    Koyker Manufacturing - Loaders
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    Comparison Re: Buying Tractor

    Both gud.
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    Re: Question about using a landscape rake

    Going forward with rake in reverse you can shallowly cover seed beds, especially wildlife food plots.

    Sometimes a LR works better pushing yard debris into piles when reversed and the tractor is...
  60. Re: Will a clamp-on debris fork/rake scoop this?

    Yes, clamp-ons will serve, however you lose significant lift capacity with the forks so far from the pivot pin.

    If you have SSQA (Skid Steer Quick Atttach) attaching your bucket to your FEL you...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Bent Telescopic Stabilizer using box blade

    I believe you will shudder when told the cost of the factory replacement stabilizer.

    With the old-style factory turnbuckles, they were only available as a pair.
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Bent Telescopic Stabilizer using box blade

    Stabilizers are much weaker when the tractor is in reverse, pushing a Box Blade.

    Fundamentally, tractorS are designed to PULL.
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    Re: Kubota L3560 Rear Storage

    Factory provision for maintaining water conveniently to hand on the L3560 is inadequate.

    The factory "Cup Holder" does not fit the standard 2-3/4" dimension of US liquid containers. It is...
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    Re: Box Scraper vs. Land Plane/Grader Scraper

    Following is a thread from the TBN archive:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/267703-dirt-scraper-dirt-pan-towed.html?highlight=
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Bent Telescopic Stabilizer using box blade

    B2650 is a great tractor but at 2,300 pounds you were expecting too much from it.

    Certainly pulling on a tilt increased the stress on the lower link.

    If you have a good welding shop nearby it...
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    Re: Blade size.......confused!

    What is the outside-to-outside width of your rear tires?

    Tractordata shows 78" but is not 100% reliable.

    What do you have in the way of rear hydraulic ports?


    TractorData.com Kubota M8540...
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    Buying Advice Re: What would you buy?

    There are many L series tractor-loaders with Piranha Tooth Bars.

    I do not know of a firm that produces a variety of add ons specifically for the L series. You have to shop around and pick and...
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    Buying Advice Re: What would you buy?

    Kubota BX25D is an excellent TLB. BX series has more bolt-on aftermarket options available than any other tractor line, allowing you to customize an already complete factory unit.


    LINKS:
    ...
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    Buying Advice Re: Kubota B2920 - good tractor?

    Tractors do not have titles like cars.

    Make sure the seller can show you a bill-of-sale. If financed, make sure loan has been paid off so seller has clear title.

    It the tractor was stolen, or...
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    Re: Who really makes what?

    I have a Grand L. The Grand L chassis, engine, trans, bodywork etc. all come in from Japan, fully assembled, bolted on the most beautiful steel pallets you can imagine. FEL and buckets,...
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    Re: Who really makes what?

    100%? Who knows. Any given Kubota may be assembled from parts manufactured by Kubota in Kubota owned plants from more than one country. Like Deere and Caterpillar, (Toyota, Honda, GM, Ford,...
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    Buying Advice Re: Kubota for NH woodlands

    Perhaps a UTV will suffice. I have a Kubota RTV500. (gas) The bed of the UTV is for tools.

    You will need an all-terrain dump trailer to make UTV practical.

    A Stihl MS261 chainsaw is a...
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    Re: B2620 mower position control problem

    Limit Chains from the tractor to the mower may solve your problems.

    LINK:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/kubota-owning-operating/271185-kubota-b3300su-zerco-check-chains.html?highlight=
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    Rake Re: Landscape rake recommendations

    Check out the Blue SIMILAR THREADS Box at the foot of this page.

    "Landscape Rake or Pine Straw Rake?"
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    Rake Re: Landscape rake recommendations

    I also use an ETA Landscape Rake. They have exceptionally good tines, with perfect blend of stiffness and flex. Landscape Rakes are used on an angle half the time. On an angle, dirt moves across...
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    Re: RTV 500 Leaning

    If I remember correctly there are five positions on the springs.

    Set spring one position stiffer on the driver's side.

    I could not move with my hands. Easy to adjust with a set of Channel...
  77. Re: TURF DETHATCHING IMPLEMENTS; Three Point Hitch Mounted

    Following LINK shows CMP working:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/321889-cmp-60-dethatcher-working-three.html
  78. Re: CMP 60" DETHATCHER ~ ASSEMBLY (Three Point Hitch Mounted)

    Here is a LINK to CMP DETHATCHER OPERATING thread:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/321889-cmp-60-dethatcher-working-three.html
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    Comparison Re: Different bucket options

    Square 72" bucket weights 331 pounds. Optional L2296 HD RB bucket weighs 397 pounds. Additional 66 pounds is all beef.

    Extra beef discourages torquing of FEL arms. Additional 66 pounds...
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    Delete Duplicates

    My thread of today [CMP 60" DETHATCHER ~ WORKING ~] posted four times. Please eliminate three of the posts, RETAINING ONE POST WITH PHOTOS.

    ONLY THE FIRST POST, LOWEST DOWN, CONTAINS PHOTOS,...
  81. CMP 60" DETHATCHER ~ WORKING ~ (Three Point Hitch Mounted)

    First use of CMP 60" Dethatcher. Lawn had two days to dry after a week of heavy rain. After one hour working evaluation, I believe lawn was too damp for optimum dethatching.

    Photo #1. Thatch...
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    Buying Advice Re: Buying the right tractor for 1.5 acres

    A dealer has to charge $1.50 per mile to transport a tractor on a HD trailer, pulled by an HD truck, driven by a driver/mechanic with commercial insurance. So---- 40 X 4 X $1.50 = $240 roundtrip...
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    Buying Advice Re: Buying the right tractor for 1.5 acres

    If you are buying a tractor "forever" get what you need/want and forget about a few thousand at the margin.

    Inevitably, you will want to purchase implements and attachments to meet specific needs....
  84. Re: For those retired - do you see college as important as when you were college age?

    If you trace the rapid increases in college tuition over the last few years you will find tuition increases closely correlate with federal student loan guarantees. The big beneficiaries of federally...
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    Buying Advice Re: Buying the right tractor for 1.5 acres

    My Wife is ALWAYS pushing me in some direction.
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    Buying Advice Re: Buying the right tractor for 1.5 acres

    I thought slavers had taken you.

    I tried to call Agnes; no success.

    I've been assembling a posse of former Cub Scouts.


    Michigan Iron: Hound Dog Attachments
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    Re: Value of my (future) b7800

    WHISTLEPIG: Talk about pulling a relevant rabbit out of a hat.
  88. Re: For those retired - do you see college as important as when you were college age?

    When I hired, I advertised for new employees in industry trade journals.

    Industry experience essential, no education requirement specified.

    Usually received about 300 resumes per opening.
    ...
  89. Re: For those retired - do you see college as important as when you were college age?

    When I hired, I advertised for new employees in industry trade journals.

    Industry experience essential, no education requirement specified.

    Usually received about 300 resumes per opening.
    ...
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    Re: can I do it with my tractor?

    With the right soil moisture you should do very well with the B7510 + Befco Tiller (highly regarded implements) + back blade.

    You will probably have to till, redistribute with back blade, till,...
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    Buying Advice Re: Buying the right tractor for 1.5 acres

    Prices are relevant to condition, hours and local market. A B2620 will not be "too much".

    You did not mention mowing as an objective. If you need to mow, that is a good package.

    MMMs are...
  92. Disc Harrow Re: How to determine brand of old disc harrows

    Disc Harrows are among the most generic of tractor implements.

    You can get almost any replacement part, of which pans and bearings are the most needed, from Agri Supply or Shoup. All you need is...
  93. Re: For those retired - do you see college as important as when you were college age?

    I think BA degrees from most state colleges have been dumbed down so they are only equivalent to good high school degrees of forty years ago. That is why a Masters degree is important today.
    ...
  94. Re: For those retired - do you see college as important as when you were college age?

    I enlisted in the Navy at age 17 in 1965. I visited 22 countries during my time in the Navy.

    I graduated DEBT FREE from (very expensive) George Washington University on the G.I. bill and working...
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    Buying Advice Re: Buying the right tractor for 1.5 acres

    Very true. Why didn't I include that?

    BXpanded

    Bro-Tek: Tractor Add Ons
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    Buying Advice Re: Buying the right tractor for 1.5 acres

    I'm new to tbn although I've been on here reading a lot of threads. My wife and I are looking pretty strongly at a home on 1.5 acres with a white rock lane of probably 75 feet.

    After reading...
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    Re: What size Disc harrow to buy?

    64"----Really? Tractordata.com specs at 43" and that site is not often wrong.

    Then you need a 16/18" Disc Harrow 72" wide. You know why 72" width now.

    Tires in the photo sure look like R4...
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    Re: 2 or 3 shank chisel plow and tractor HP

    HOW IS THIS MODULAR HAY-KING IMPLEMENT WORKING FOR YOU?
  99. Thread: Chisel Plow

    by jeff9366
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    Re: Chisel Plow

    A half-acre is a small area for a Chisel Plow. Will it be a garden? Would not a PTO powered tiller be a more versatile implement for 1/2 acre?


    If a Chisel Plow is the right implement for you:...
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    Re: Threadlock or Never-Seize

    I have been using Nord-Lock anti-vibration lock washers from Sweden the last year. So far, not one nut has loosened.

    10 (5 Pair) 1" (25mm) Nord Lock Vibration Proof Lock Washer

    Particularly...
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