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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    I had the same setup on my 1988 JD650. I added one to the 2320 within a week of buying it. It has work well for me for over 30 years. Plus it sure makes the top of the bucket stronger.

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    People need to realize - back in the day we had no such thing as Bolt on Hooks and the like. We had to make do on our own. Now Ken makes it too easy.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    People need to realize - back in the day we had no such thing as Bolt on Hooks and the like. We had to make do on our own. Now Ken makes it too easy.....
    Yeah, damn Kenny, he is why the next generation is going to be helpless. Pitch forks and flaming torch emoji.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herminator View Post
    Yeah, damn Kenny, he is why the next generation is going to be helpless. Pitch forks and flaming torch emoji.
    OK, I'll close up shop after the weekend. It's been a great ride


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    Well, we had a solid 5 days straight without rain so I took the opportunity to try and get some projects done on my hunting property.

    Took the 4 wheeler out to spray glyphosate and promptly buried it to the frame. Had to use the 2025 and a bunch of chain to drag it out.

    Used the backhoe to dig 75 yards of trench. Only got stuck about a dozen times.

    Moved to a different spot and managed to slide sideways off the trail and bury the tractor. Very thankful I had the backhoe on to extricate myself.

    Found one spot I could till without getting stuck, as long as I used 4wd and the diff lock.

    Went home and took a nap!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    OK, I'll close up shop after the weekend. It's been a great ride


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    Yet you know I will.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EBhunts View Post
    Well, we had a solid 5 days straight without rain so I took the opportunity to try and get some projects done on my hunting property.

    Took the 4 wheeler out to spray glyphosate and promptly buried it to the frame. Had to use the 2025 and a bunch of chain to drag it out.

    Used the backhoe to dig 75 yards of trench. Only got stuck about a dozen times.

    Moved to a different spot and managed to slide sideways off the trail and bury the tractor. Very thankful I had the backhoe on to extricate myself.

    Found one spot I could till without getting stuck, as long as I used 4wd and the diff lock.

    Went home and took a nap!


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    That Right there is Gettin R--Done.

    I love to see someonelse doing what I do....Bravo.

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    You know...I go through all that trouble to make a fueling station and this @##%#@@ 2032R doesn't want use any fuel. It's been like a month, and the needle is still close to full. I've been using it almost every day. A 1025R would have been refilled twice by now.

    What do I have to do, take it on the road and drive it to Canada??
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    People need to realize - back in the day we had no such thing as Bolt on Hooks and the like. We had to make do on our own. Now Ken makes it too easy.....
    Kenny probably took my idea and ran with it.


    Quote Originally Posted by EBhunts View Post
    Well, we had a solid 5 days straight without rain so I took the opportunity to try and get some projects done on my hunting property.
    Took the 4 wheeler out to spray glyphosate and promptly buried it to the frame. Had to use the 2025 and a bunch of chain to drag it out.
    Used the backhoe to dig 75 yards of trench. Only got stuck about a dozen times.
    Moved to a different spot and managed to slide sideways off the trail and bury the tractor. Very thankful I had the backhoe on to extricate myself.
    Found one spot I could till without getting stuck, as long as I used 4wd and the diff lock.
    Went home and took a nap!
    Seeing those pictures I feel right at home.


    Quote Originally Posted by theduke View Post
    That Right there is Gettin R--Done.

    I love to see someone else doing what I do....Bravo.

    It sort of makes me jealous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    You know...I go through all that trouble to make a fueling station and this @##%#@@ 2032R doesn't want use any fuel. It's been like a month, and the needle is still close to full. I've been using it almost every day. A 1025R would have been refilled twice by now.

    What do I have to do, take it on the road and drive it to Canada??
    Come on up! should be a multi-day trip to my place

    You can park it next to its smaller brother 1025r
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