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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Just to be clear. Are you saying the dealer is telling you to use GL-5 85W-140 even though your manual calls for 80W-90? I realize you are showing a photo of a jug of 85W-140 but still not sure if that is just an example or it is what they sold you.
    This is what he sold me.
    Havent cracked the seal and dont intend to. Ill be putting 80w90 in tomorrow


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    Had a dead tree in front yard. Was about to go after the chainsaw when I decided to put a little pressure on the side of it to see if There was any give and if would be able to pull the stump out or not after I cut it. A little bit of grunt with the front bucket up high and down it went!!!! So no stump to deal with. Made my day! I know it was rotten and normally this tractor would never push out a tree this size but I felt like i was driving a d9 dozer when it started to go down lol. Easiest tree I have ever removed for sure. Click image for larger version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jester_2320 View Post
    Has anyone flipped their front tires like the rears for a little more width?
    I dont have a reason to but as I have one off I was just thinking.
    My initial concern is how the additional width will fit on the mmm ramps.


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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    As jgayman said - with my 2520 flipping the fronts does nothing - only the rears. Your 2320 is likely similar.
    Im seeing that now. Was just a question that crossed my mind.


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    Today would be more fitting if I said what didnt I conquer
    Opened up one of my wifes gardens with my chisel plows.

    Then I rolled our lawn and the in-laws.

    The I cleaned more of the barnyard.


    Then I came home and just had some fun pulling up an old lilac bush and a mystery tree of unknown variety.
    Who needs a grapple when you have a heavy hitch toothbar.




    Anyway, busy day so I finished it with a nice London broil on the grill-sorry, forgot pics of that.


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    Having both plugs on the same SCV the same color offends my OCD, so I changed things up in the rear. Yes, yes, obvious butt plug jokes to follow.

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    We borrowed a friends skid steer and chipper and removed some trees in the back yard. Rented a stump grinder and finished it up. The grapple on the skid steer made quick work of moving the logs and getting everything chipped.
    We can now see the baby goats from the back porch. Oh and I took my boy for a ride in the truck too. Now I just need some dry weather to fix the muddy mess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wvdeere View Post
    Had a dead tree in front yard. Was about to go after the chainsaw when I decided to put a little pressure on the side of it to see if There was any give and if would be able to pull the stump out or not after I cut it. A little bit of grunt with the front bucket up high and down it went!!!! So no stump to deal with. Made my day! I know it was rotten and normally this tractor would never push out a tree this size but I felt like i was driving a d9 dozer when it started to go down lol. Easiest tree I have ever removed for sure. Click image for larger version.

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    You should be ashamed

    If you had cut the tree with the chain saw you would have had at least an hour of "extra seat time" digging out the stump

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    Here's a little video I made of some of the weekends play time.

    Busy day with the John Deere 2025R w/bonus feature at the end - YouTube

    One neat thing is this video, if you watch the part where I using the box blade in the barnyard you can actually see just how much the 3 point really floats. I know this has come up in a few discussions on here, but here it is for the eye to see because I only set it down and do not pick it back up until I get to where I am making my deposit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Here's a little video I made of some of the weekends play time.

    Busy day with the John Deere 2025R w/bonus feature at the end - YouTube

    One neat thing is this video, if you watch the part where I using the box blade in the barnyard you can actually see just how much the 3 point really floats. I know this has come up in a few discussions on here, but here it is for the eye to see because I only set it down and do not pick it back up until I get to where I am making my deposit.
    If there is a test, it will have to wait until I watch the video tonight.
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