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    Today I mowed the front field. 54” deck. Oregon G6 Gator blades. This thing mows so much better and faster than my 2305/60” RFM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FortClatsop View Post
    Today I mowed the front field. 54” deck. Oregon G6 Gator blades. This thing mows so much better and faster than my 2305/60” RFM.
    Everyone I talked to said don't waste the money on a mower for the 2025R. They all said I would end up just using my L110 to mow anyway. Plus I would need to remove the loader and backhoe for easier clearance.

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    2019 2025R loader backhoe fork attachment brush mower back blade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FortClatsop View Post
    Today I mowed the front field. 54” deck. Oregon G6 Gator blades. This thing mows so much better and faster than my 2305/60” RFM.
    Your property looks great! Nice job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by so.fulton View Post

    I’m still waiting for someone to explain how that implement costs more than the box blade that has more weight and material in its construction than an aerator.
    Aerator has rotating parts, so bearings and individually bolted spoons. Takes a little more to design and put together.
    That would be my guess.
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    I mowed a pasture where I have cattle grazing. They don't eat the tough grass, so I knocked it down. YouTube video of it: https://youtu.be/LxrkQpGC8TU
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    I mowed a pasture where I have cattle grazing. They don't eat the tough grass, so I knocked it down. I need sharper blades though, I think I've been mowing in a rock quarry
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    Mowing tall grass with my JD X320: https://youtu.be/LxrkQpGC8TU

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    I may mow my place this year if the cows don't keep it down? It was fun mowing it last year with a old brush hog till I snagged a big chunk of field fence folded up. I was done after cutting it off the mower for the year. I will go out and clean up areas more I went around the last time. Mowing now will be way more fun knowing no rocks hidden in the mowed areas.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJadamec View Post
    There was a time where I didn't have a pitch (bedding) fork.

    Then one day while loading mulch at the free town pickup yard. An elderly man ( had to twice my 30yo age ) pulled up after me and near me. He then proceeded to load an entire 6x8 trailer in the time it took me to load half of my 8' pick up bed.

    While I sat there flabbergasted at the ease and pace he loaded the trailer, he simply showed me the bedding fork he was using and said "right tool for the job."

    On the way home I grabbed a bedding fork and marveled at how easy it is to load and unload wood chips and mulch ever since.

    It really is one of those tools every yard maintaining person should have on hand.
    A good fork comes in handy doing a lot of things around the yard. Instead of trying to put prunnings or weeds in a cart or bucket as you go, you can rake them up and easily pick up the piles with a fork.
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    455 60 inch deck

    I found time to get my 60 inch deck for my 455 painted today. I used a 3 part epoxy paint for the top of the deck, the covers and front rims.They look good, now if i can only remember how to put the deck back together. LOL Kent
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    New battery dropped right in the X754, no modifications required.

    Yet I added one for convenience.



    The smaller wires are for my NOCO Genius 3500 battery tender.



    The OEM reusable plastic rivet that holds the chin trim piece in place, and the metric 8mm hardware for my convenience modification. ACE had the metric fasteners, and I left the other OEM rivet in place to act as a hing pin.





    The convenience modification from above and below. If it rattles loose I can put the OEM rivet back in place.
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    I have more ideas than ambition.


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