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Wesdor

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Location
Western Illinois
Tractor
JD 3720
Although I've had most of the tractor since December 16, the loader and imatach were just delivered today. Finally got a chance to do some work the way I had planned.

Here is a photo of the tractor in front of the machine shed.
 

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I had the dealer add some hooks to the bucket. Here is a picture of the job they did.
 

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Good looking rig. Of course I have a 4310 also. It has been a while since anyone joined Club 4310. I like the ag tires. I wanted to go with them, but all the dealers were going to have to order them.
 
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Here is a closeup of the bucket.
 

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I wasn't sure about purchasing an Imatch. But after reading posts on TBN I decided to go ahead and spend the extra money. I do a lot of switching of equipment without anyone around. After using this today, it may be the best option I have ever added.
 

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I thought about getting an I-Match but I don't have the first piece of Deere equipment and figure the chances of it working with my stuff was slim. I have a 3 point hitch backhoe and the last time I hooked it up I almost mashed me, the backhoe and the rear of the tractor. So yesterday I bought one of the generic 3 point quick hitchs. My backhoe has adjustable positions on the hitch so I will set it up to match my quick hitch. The quick hitch only cost me $99. I backed up to my other pieces of equipment and it wasn't close. /forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif
 
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I spent the better part of the day cleaning up trees we cut down around one of the fields on Monday and Tuesday. Here is a shot of some of the work the 4310 and I were able to accomplish today.
 

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Looks great!!! /forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif /forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif /forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif
 
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Congratulations Wesdor!! Truly a shweeet tractor. One thing to mention...I couldn't tell if your bucket is reinforced on the top where the hooks are welded on. If not, and your bucket is like the rest of ours, the bucket could easily bend while lifting heavy objects via the hooks. I welded a piece of flat steel 1/2" thick 5" wide all the way across the top of my bucket before I welded the hooks on.

Keep the picture coming and enjoy your tractor!
 
 
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