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    Putting the forks to work

    The only complaint I have, they make me want a larger, stronger tractor



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    Those sure do look useful. I have an anniversary coming up too, do you think your wife would be willing to break out her credit card again?
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    Keep the forks they will fit on the larger tractors. Yeah I know, big help right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultrapile View Post
    Those sure do look useful. I have an anniversary coming up too, do you think your wife would be willing to break out her credit card again?
    That is funnnnyyyyyy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Keep the forks they will fix on the larger tractors. Yeah I know, big help right.
    A 2032 TLB with 72" deck.....or maybe a 3 series?


    I really don't need to even think that way.
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    "The only complaint I have, they make me want a larger, stronger tractor"

    Unfortunately that is true no matter what size you presently own!
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    Great pics! Love my forks for the very same reason!
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    Nice to see them in use. I agree there are limits to what you can lift but it sure beats manhandling everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psrumors View Post
    The only complaint I have, they make me want a larger, stronger tractor
    If I had a nickel for every time someone experiences this....

    But then on the other side, think about what's involved in doing that work without it at all. And these tractors are just as much at home being used to mow your front lawn. Pretty impressive little machines.
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