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    Thread Starter: Gizmo2

    Good morning all... Just about done with my first cup of coffee what a busy day yesterday was. Amongst everything else going on getting ready for my...

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    What I Saw Today...

    Thread Starter: Kennyd

    This thread is for REAL pictures of things you've seen through your daily travels. Please no stupid outrageously obscure pictures you found on the...

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    What did you do with your SCUT Deere today?

    Thread Starter: starkeyb

    I find it amazing how these machines make you say, yay I have work to do. Ive been meaning to collect some firewood for a few months now. Got 'er...

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    Critter pics!

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    Well, I thought someone else was going to start this thread, but either he didn't, :nunu: or I didn't find it. :crazy: Here is my last bovine. I...

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    You know what really grinds my gears?

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    What did you conquer with your MCUT

    Thread Starter: Artillian

    So, there's a thread for the "too small" and one for "too big", so I thought maybe there could be a thread for Goldilocks' "just right" sized...

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    What's making you smile today?

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    So I'm borrowing this idea from another forum I'm a member of, but I think it's a great idea for GTT. :thumbup1gif: I got some new speakers for...

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    What did you do on or to your John Deere GT today

    Thread Starter: techie1961

    I thought that we could use a thread here for the little guys. I have often wanted to post something but there wasn't a general thread for those of...

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    What we did in our shop today!

    Thread Starter: CADplans

    OK, for me mowing and gardening season is over,,, I get to spend some QUALITY time in the shop. Those projects that have been nagging me were left...

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    The GTT "Whatcha Cooking Today" Thread

    Thread Starter: JDSwan87

    I thought this would be a fun thread to create. Just like the title says, Whatcha cooking? I will start... 3 full racks of baby back ribs, Famous...

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    by Published on 11-20-2013 07:18 AM

    I am hoping to document my install of the LVB26207 independent valve and hose kit. The dealer installed the independent lift when I bought the tractor but I was unaware of this kit. It came in today and I hope to start the install this evening.

    One thing I need to verify, in the instructions it states if installing with a Power Beyond kit use line LVA18446 in place of LVA16955. Does any know if hose LVA18446 is part of another kit or just a standalone hose?

    Here is the kit fresh out of the box;

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    Post them up, I'll start:

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    by Published on 05-19-2012 12:32 PM

    CAUTION: Disabling any feature that is intended as a safety device can subject the operator of the modified equipment and ...
    by Published on 05-31-2012 07:50 AM
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    Omni Manufacturing is sponsoring this months Giveaway with a I-match compatible Transformer Quick Hitch Platform.
    by Published on 05-17-2012 06:22 AM
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    It seems a few owners haven't gotten their new 1 series tractors equipped with either the 54 or 60D mower setup correctly. This will explain how to do it yourself for the best possible mower performance! Most if not all of this information can be found in the John Deere Owner's Manuals for the mower and the tractor. The procedure is the same for the 54" ...
    by Published on 04-19-2012 06:34 AM

    Ok, I am going to start this thread hoping others who own or use a 1026R will join me and add to it. Today I ran the middlebuster through the garden. I have a tiller, but cut the driveshaft down to run it behind the X728, and now it is a bit too short. I will replace it in the spring, so I put the buster on today. The soil was soft, but with 4WD engaged and steady forward motion, not a tire was spun. The buster measures about 18" from the tip, up to where it attaches to the Omni Mfg. Transformer hitch. Performance was stellar, the 1026R didn't even know the buster was back there! It was a windy day, so I held the camera, sorry the video isn't much, but it's better than nothing. Oh and I really like the turnbuckles on the outside of the lift arms, very easy to adjust. I also included a pic of the hitch with the 2" receiver on it. ...
    by Published on 04-18-2012 12:24 PM

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    by Published on 04-18-2012 12:29 PM

    For those with 2320's, here is a VERY important update for your manual. I have read about some failures in the drive-lines on these machines, appearently JD has recognized it as well.

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    What I Saw Today...

    The green Tofu Warriors must hate those machines. The following is somewhat related to harvesting trees and a gear grinder at the same time. Anyway,

    mjncad Today, 01:15 AM Go to last post

    Bought a dash camera

    I can't help you on dashcams or European travel for that matter; but from what I've heard of European privacy laws, you might want to do a quick investigation

    mjncad Today, 01:01 AM Go to last post

    You know what really grinds my gears?

    An excerpt from the Colonrado Report I sent out earlier in the week to select email friends.


    mjncad Today, 12:52 AM Go to last post

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    What did you do with your SCUT Deere today?

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    Still donít own a Deere, but...

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