My 3720 is in!

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KennedyDiesel

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Stopped by the Farmacy to pick up their 4310 for the weekend and got a surprise. My 3720 is sitting in the shop. It wasn't scheduled to be there till Mar 2. Pretty sweet sounding turbo on this baby! Will probably sound even better straight piped

Kind funky R4 tires from Galaxy. Galaxy claims them to be pretty special:

http://www.galaxytire.com/pages/ProductDetail.asp?product_id=613&cat_id=2


So now the agony of waiting for my loader. Word is Mar 18 as I ordered it with the 3rd hydraulic function lines installed...
 
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And FINALLY today I took delivery! The 3rd function hyd lines put the loader lead time out there a bit, but it was worth the wait. Just in time for a snow storm...
 
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KD,

Congratulations! You beat me! The 3720 I ordered should be here Monday, if lucky. My dealer says it has been invoiced and is shipped. I have the loader ready, so maybe by mid week. I would like to see a picture of your machine if you have time to take one. I have not 100% committed to trading my 4310 yet, but I cannot imagine not strongly considering leaving the dealer with one of these up-powered beauties!

John M.
 
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Thats great, I can hear that turbo just thinking about it. Congrats and post some cool pics when you get a chance. /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif
 
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Sounds like the mother-in-law got dumped on pretty hard with this snow. She plowed twice yesterday and started at 5am this morning (now late in the 7th hour) and her little 300 series Deere with the 54" blade isn't cutting it any more. She just can't push it back any more. I'll try and snap some pics playing in the snow...

I cleared mine yesterday (6" plus in driveway) as soon as I unloaded it, and there's about another 8" in there now. It really drifted in.

My 3 pt blade is up at my Dad's woods 70 miles away. I get to go up there and plow (they got MUCH less snow from what I hear) so they can get in and work, and then bring my blade back and finish with the mother-in-law
 
 
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