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    New john deere shovel for x590

    Well, I finally did it; attached the new John Deere shovel to the front of my x590. It takes a while to get started with it, but once going...it is a beast!

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    If only it was that simple and easy. JD engineers take a hint!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodrunsgreen View Post
    If only it was that simple and easy. JD engineers take a hint!!
    Ma Deere would still put a 10 grand price tag on it.
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    Not impressed. He was digging mostly sand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOBL View Post
    Not impressed. He was digging mostly sand.
    both posts made me laugh hard. loved the pics with the shovel--but i also saw not one rock-man i would love some of that dirt for sure down here in Pa. we got lots of rocks here
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim55 View Post
    both posts made me laugh hard. loved the pics with the shovel--but i also saw not one rock-man i would love some of that dirt for sure down here in Pa. we got lots of rocks here
    Yea, I am glad I didn't hit any rocks; I was afraid that if I would hit one, the tractor might flip like a pole vault...
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    Don't forget to mention that the special Deere shovel mounting kit is required for the new shovel, and it's only $695 for the mounting kit. The optional "flip the shovel over" feature is another $295..........and requires an adapter kit.

    Look at that, driving in the dirt and not even stuck, nor is he using tire chains.........some members really should take note......but I won't mention any names.
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