What did you do to or on your Mahindra today?

   / What did you do to or on your Mahindra today? #601  

Mad Mac

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Mar 22, 2010
Messages
274
Location
Grapeland, TX
Tractor
Mahindra 5555
While we were dragging a 24 foot iron pipe drag, the engine bogged down. We had this problem before and at the suggestion of our Mahindra dealer service manager, installed a big honking inline visible filter as shown in this picture. A quick glance revealed the filter to be crudded up. A trip to the local auto parts store, and we were back in business.

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   / What did you do to or on your Mahindra today? #603  

duffer

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Mar 11, 2017
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635
Location
Aiken, SC
Tractor
Mahindra 2538
Got a couple of hours of butt time today on the 2538.
Re-distributed 2 truckloads (about 26 yds) of mulch. Sure beats using a shovel and wheelbarrow. Took out a section of my backyard fence to access the back yard easily.
Tomorrow I get to rake it all out....
:thumbdown:
 
   / What did you do to or on your Mahindra today? #604  

Hamiltonville Farm

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Messages
125
Location
Vernon, FL
Tractor
Mahindra 4540
Done some bushhogging today. Got a little.d9ne, not too much. Then spent the afternoon at Rural King so that was good!
 
   / What did you do to or on your Mahindra today? #605  

swampy6

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Location
Foothills of The Adirondacks, New York State
Tractor
Mahindra 4540 4WD
We received 18-20 inches of snow so I did some plowing.
 

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   / What did you do to or on your Mahindra today? #606  

Bootlegger750

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Mar 12, 2018
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Location
Crossville, TN
Tractor
Mahindra 1640 Shuttle shift
Almost time for food plots 20190318_124430.jpeg20190318_124434.jpeg
 
   / What did you do to or on your Mahindra today? #607  

JerryK

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Feb 21, 2004
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Location
Vanderbilt, Michigan, USeh?
Tractor
Mahindra (2011)5035 HST TLB & (2016)2555 HST Cab & (2017)1526 HST(2018)Cub Cadet Pro Z 154L (1991) Caterpillar E70B
Uncovered my 5035 yesterday and moved it into a more central position in the barn where she can see a door. Greased her and checked all her fluids. Waiting for the snow to go down some so I can take her out in the woods and break trails. Once I get some tracks out there it helps the sun do it's thing. Just bought an old '90 Cat E70B excavator, and need to do my part in getting everything starting to melt, to get those durn frost laws taken off the roads so I can get her delivered..... like waiting for your first child.... [ sorry ladies, but us guys think different about things ]
 
   / What did you do to or on your Mahindra today? #608  

Mad Mac

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Messages
274
Location
Grapeland, TX
Tractor
Mahindra 5555
Fed hay to the cows then removed the front hay spear and rear hay fork. Attached the grapple bucket and box blade. Picked up the bucket with the grapple bucket and headed south. Topped off a burn pile with a dead cow and lit the burn pile.

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Recently I learned that in Texas dead livestock must be disposed of within 24 hours by burning, burying under 3 feet of earth or disposed of in a compost pile with 2 feet of compost under, around and over the animal. I asked a local rancher about it and he never heard of it. Like most ranchers, the deceased bovine is dragged by a chain about the neck to a remote corner of the property and given a "sky burial". The buzzards and coyotes dispose of the remains. This one got cremated.

Then we switched from the grapple bucket to the bucket and repaired a creek crossing that had washed out. Fearless Rat Terrier Spunky supervised.

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Then we put the grapple bucket back on, crossed the creek and began building up another burn pile.

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Whew, I'm beat.
 
   / What did you do to or on your Mahindra today? #609  

CowboyRon

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Mabank Texas
Tractor
Mahindra 4025
I have never heard of that either, a buzzard has to eat too.
Fed hay to the cows then removed the front hay spear and rear hay fork. Attached the grapple bucket and box blade. Picked up the bucket with the grapple bucket and headed south. Topped off a burn pile with a dead cow and lit the burn pile.

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Recently I learned that in Texas dead livestock must be disposed of within 24 hours by burning, burying under 3 feet of earth or disposed of in a compost pile with 2 feet of compost under, around and over the animal. I asked a local rancher about it and he never heard of it. Like most ranchers, the deceased bovine is dragged by a chain about the neck to a remote corner of the property and given a "sky burial". The buzzards and coyotes dispose of the remains. This one got cremated.

Then we switched from the grapple bucket to the bucket and repaired a creek crossing that had washed out. Fearless Rat Terrier Spunky supervised.

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Then we put the grapple bucket back on, crossed the creek and began building up another burn pile.

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Whew, I'm beat.
 
 
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