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    New 3032e w/370B

    Finally did it, crossed off one of my first bucketlist items and "bought" a "real tractor"! 3032e with FEL and 370B backhoe, SB1154, RT1157, box blade and landscape rake! my father had one that we used to clear trails and do yard maintenance on a 12 acre parcel and it was a dream for snow removal, logging, whatever we needed to throw at it. I just passed 10 hours last time I was home and am loving everything about the new and updated design! The only thing I don't like is the lack of a separate difflock pedal, shich with the ballast of a backhoe I don't need as much but still used it quite frequently over the couple days I needed it.

    Still at the dealer, they had it on display!

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    Our daughter was really excited for the backhoe!!!! lol

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    This should be very helpful this winter!!!!
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    backhoe subframe, have dragged it on a couple rocks already

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    playing

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    Pulled out the rock bucket I made last year

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    A little bit nicer for the dog but all the time I had that day

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    Worked much better than the 1023e

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    Still finding old junk buried in the yard...

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    Finished the ditch for the church I started last year

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    Made a backhoe friend, lol

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    First time really playing with it, the rock was super tough left the rest for the ""big guns""

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    Ditch worked perfect but still needs to extend a bit further, the property line ends here though so we're going to have to ask for permission

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    Yeah he destroyed that boulder field!

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    past 10 hours unloading the tiller from the rental truck! I went to the dealer hoping they had the box blade or landscape rake and they only had the tiller

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    the backhoe makes for some nice ballast!

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    wanted to peek under the rear shield to see the tines...whoops... not this end up!!!

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    Note to self: this is what holds the tiller on the pallet once the sides are removed...

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    #firstworldproblems where to put it all!?!?!?

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    --2019 3032e, FEL & 370B Backhoe | implements: SB1154, RT1157, [boxblade and landscape rake on backorder], custom "heavy hitch", ranchex quick'tach, custom made rock bucket
    --Used extensively: 1022, 2006? 3032e
    --[sold]"renting" to own: 1023e, FEL, landscape rake[sold]

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    Congratulations on the new tractor,

    and the longest "I got a new tractor" post.

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    Slick set up. I didn't even know JD offered the backhoe for the 3032e. For years it was never an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtgt View Post
    Congratulations on the new tractor,

    and the longest "I got a new tractor" post.

    Haha, thanks! I meant to post it a while ago but been crazy busy!

    Quote Originally Posted by Super55 View Post
    Slick set up. I didn't even know JD offered the backhoe for the 3032e. For years it was never an option.
    New for 2018+ models! The removal videos look really easy too! I wan't even planning on getting the backhoe because on my fathers it wasn't an option, but they mentioned there was a backhoe and with 0% for 84mo financing...what's another $100 a month right?! lol Might try out the new tiller when I get home, I don't forsee needing the backhoe much more...IDK where I'm going to put it though
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    --2019 3032e, FEL & 370B Backhoe | implements: SB1154, RT1157, [boxblade and landscape rake on backorder], custom "heavy hitch", ranchex quick'tach, custom made rock bucket
    --Used extensively: 1022, 2006? 3032e
    --[sold]"renting" to own: 1023e, FEL, landscape rake[sold]

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    Regarding your diff lock unhappiness, pull up the parking brake a few (3-4) clicks, it'll engage the diff lock... unless they changed that mechanical design during the refresh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDSwan87 View Post
    Regarding your diff lock unhappiness, pull up the parking brake a few (3-4) clicks, it'll engage the diff lock... unless they changed that mechanical design during the refresh...

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    I thought about it, will have to try it when I get home...it should in theory as it's supposed to lock the tires in park for better holding.
    --2019 3032e, FEL & 370B Backhoe | implements: SB1154, RT1157, [boxblade and landscape rake on backorder], custom "heavy hitch", ranchex quick'tach, custom made rock bucket
    --Used extensively: 1022, 2006? 3032e
    --[sold]"renting" to own: 1023e, FEL, landscape rake[sold]

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    I believe you have noted a SB1154 Snow blower. I purchased mine with SB1164 to cover full width of tractor, I don't no but I believe you want blower as wide or wider than tractor. Unless that's a misprint? If my 3025E handles it your 3032E certainly will, hardly any cost difference as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridgeracing View Post
    I believe you have noted a SB1154 Snow blower. I purchased mine with SB1164 to cover full width of tractor, I don't no but I believe you want blower as wide or wider than tractor. Unless that's a misprint? If my 3025E handles it your 3032E certainly will, hardly any cost difference as well.
    I have a narrow space to get between the house and the garden and I don't think anything much wider than the tractor will fit well. Looks like it'll be 1-2 inches narrow which shouldn't matter too much. Probably would be wide enough with Ag tires.
    --2019 3032e, FEL & 370B Backhoe | implements: SB1154, RT1157, [boxblade and landscape rake on backorder], custom "heavy hitch", ranchex quick'tach, custom made rock bucket
    --Used extensively: 1022, 2006? 3032e
    --[sold]"renting" to own: 1023e, FEL, landscape rake[sold]

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    Funny, now that you mention it we're planning on getting rid of the garden to put in multiple raised beds instead....oh well... planning on using the bucket mostly and using the blower when the edges get deep or need trimming.
    --2019 3032e, FEL & 370B Backhoe | implements: SB1154, RT1157, [boxblade and landscape rake on backorder], custom "heavy hitch", ranchex quick'tach, custom made rock bucket
    --Used extensively: 1022, 2006? 3032e
    --[sold]"renting" to own: 1023e, FEL, landscape rake[sold]

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    Congratulations rcguymike.
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