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    My first implement for my 1025r

    It arrived this morning and looks great! I can’t wait to try it out!


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    Very nice,now go get it dirty.
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    Looks good. You can get a lot of work done with a box blade.
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    Looks great!

    And see how easy it was to buy that first implement. It'll be even easier to buy the second one... and the third...

    We were pulling out of the lane a few weeks ago and Sweetie looked over where I'm storing some implements and said "that sure is a LOT of tractor stuff there!" I just smiled and said "it sure is!!"
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    Just a quick bit of advice. Buy or paint all of your implements the same color. Makes it a little harder for the wife to know when you've managed to slip a new one into the collection.
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    Some of the best advise on the whole forum right here!!

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    MowJoe, where you live? I’m in Richlands. Bet we are close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    MowJoe, where you live? I’m in Richlands. Bet we are close.
    Yes we are. I live in Lee Co. When I was in high school we played Richlands and Grundy in football! I also work with a guy that has a daughter that teaches at Richlands High School!


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    Quote Originally Posted by RetiredDoc View Post
    Just a quick bit of advice. Buy or paint all of your implements the same color. Makes it a little harder for the wife to know when you've managed to slip a new one into the collection.
    She won’t get suspicious of me buying up quantities of paint? Haha


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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    Looks great!

    And see how easy it was to buy that first implement. It'll be even easier to buy the second one... and the third...

    We were pulling out of the lane a few weeks ago and Sweetie looked over where I'm storing some implements and said "that sure is a LOT of tractor stuff there!" I just smiled and said "it sure is!!"
    Titan palletforks arriving today, and the flail mower should arrive early next week.


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