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    Quote Originally Posted by bvbearcat View Post
    The 2032r got an engine oil change and some additional front axle oil.

    For those of you that have a gen2 2032/2038, did you have to use a filter wrench to get yours off? If so, what kind?

    I was able to get my filter off but I had a heck of a time getting my hands in a good position to do so.
    Front axle poil??? Wonder why it was low is it leaking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfloyd4445 View Post
    Front axle poil??? Wonder why it was low is it leaking?
    I noticed a little oil on the axle a few weeks ago, turned out the axle plug just needed tightened a bit. Haven't had a chance to pick up more Hygard until recently and it just needed topping off
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    The soil gets quite wet during the monsoon season, but there is little danger of sinking. Why? The same reason it takes me 109 days to dig a hole with a shovel. Rocks. Our soil is 80% rocks. This doesn't help with tractors tearing up the ground, but it does prevent sinking. On the plus side, if I want to build a stone cottage all I have to do to produce enough stones is dig the foundation and use what comes up.
    Very nice. I tried to do something similar to a small drainage swale in my woods, ended up collapsing both sides of the slope. No rocks for me, just wet clay.
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    Probably not very exciting to you guys but today was pretty monumental from my perspective. I conquered OWNING my tractor! Finally got my 2025r delivered after 6 weeks of waiting. I also figured out how to get the MMM off, with some help from this amazing forum, I ran the back hoe a bit to open up a small drinking pond the deer use at the end of our field and I scraped some thistle out of the way of my 100 yard target frame with the FEL. HUGE day for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcityfolk View Post
    Probably not very exciting to you guys but today was pretty monumental from my perspective. I conquered OWNING my tractor! Finally got my 2025r delivered after 6 weeks of waiting. I also figured out how to get the MMM off, with some help from this amazing forum, I ran the back hoe a bit to open up a small drinking pond the deer use at the end of our field and I scraped some thistle out of the way of my 100 yard target frame with the FEL. HUGE day for me
    When I read the second sentence I thought you were going to say you paid it off......
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcityfolk View Post
    Probably not very exciting to you guys but today was pretty monumental from my perspective. I conquered OWNING my tractor! Finally got my 2025r delivered after 6 weeks of waiting. I also figured out how to get the MMM off, with some help from this amazing forum, I ran the back hoe a bit to open up a small drinking pond the deer use at the end of our field and I scraped some thistle out of the way of my 100 yard target frame with the FEL. HUGE day for me
    Thatís awesome. As great as today is it will get even better. I love my 2025R. Itís a very capable machine. Now the implement shopping begins.


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    Quote Originally Posted by xcityfolk View Post
    Probably not very exciting to you guys but today was pretty monumental from my perspective. I conquered OWNING my tractor! Finally got my 2025r delivered after 6 weeks of waiting. I also figured out how to get the MMM off, with some help from this amazing forum, I ran the back hoe a bit to open up a small drinking pond the deer use at the end of our field and I scraped some thistle out of the way of my 100 yard target frame with the FEL. HUGE day for me
    Congratulations, youíll love, great tractors indeed
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcityfolk View Post
    Probably not very exciting to you guys but today was pretty monumental from my perspective. I conquered OWNING my tractor! Finally got my 2025r delivered after 6 weeks of waiting. I also figured out how to get the MMM off, with some help from this amazing forum, I ran the back hoe a bit to open up a small drinking pond the deer use at the end of our field and I scraped some thistle out of the way of my 100 yard target frame with the FEL. HUGE day for me
    That is a huge first day

    My first day was less impressive than your

    Congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcityfolk View Post
    Probably not very exciting to you guys but today was pretty monumental from my perspective. I conquered OWNING my tractor! Finally got my 2025r delivered after 6 weeks of waiting. I also figured out how to get the MMM off, with some help from this amazing forum, I ran the back hoe a bit to open up a small drinking pond the deer use at the end of our field and I scraped some thistle out of the way of my 100 yard target frame with the FEL. HUGE day for me
    I don't care who you are, everyone remembers their first tractor, a new tractor or a new to them tractor.
    Congratulations and have fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcityfolk View Post
    Probably not very exciting to you guys but today was pretty monumental from my perspective. I conquered OWNING my tractor! Finally got my 2025r delivered after 6 weeks of waiting. I also figured out how to get the MMM off, with some help from this amazing forum, I ran the back hoe a bit to open up a small drinking pond the deer use at the end of our field and I scraped some thistle out of the way of my 100 yard target frame with the FEL. HUGE day for me


    Gizmo hit the nail on the head. You never forget your first........hummmm, something or other.

    Enjoy the ride. It gets even better.
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