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    Lawn mowed, garden cleaned up, deck removed and cleaned off for storage, snow blower moved to accessible area, last of the taters and carrots that we dug Monday washed, and storage rearranged (mostly).
    All this in prep for the big winter storm they are forecasting to hit us tomorrow. 8-12" Thurs into Friday. We shall see...
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    What did ya seed it with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    What did ya seed it with?
    Winter rye.


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    I tried to "see if I could make it" across a ditch that looked like it might be a little soft in the bottom. I didnt make it. I stopped right there and took you guys a nice photo but my phone didnt save it! So you will just have to imagine it. The mud was darn near the floorboards. I think if the box blade wouldnt have gotten hung up on the bank i may have made it.

    I have never seen this discussed before but I tried it and it worked. I threw a chain around a tree that was in front of me and used my curl cylinders and my Ken's bolt on hooks too pull myself out. Each curl pulls about 12-18" and I didnt even have to use a winch. I never even had to re-position the chain as the 12" or so of tug was enough forward movement to get the box blade unstuck and get the tires pulling me up the other side of the bank.

    Those darn hooks come in handy for all sorts of things.

    I don't want a tractor without a toothbar and hooks on the bucket. Both are must haves in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjm240 View Post
    I tried to "see if I could make it" across a ditch that looked like it might be a little soft in the bottom. I didnt make it. I stopped right there and took you guys a nice photo but my phone didnt save it! So you will just have to imagine it. The mud was darn near the floorboards. I think if the box blade wouldnt have gotten hung up on the bank i may have made it.

    I have never seen this discussed before but I tried it and it worked. I threw a chain around a tree that was in front of me and used my curl cylinders and my Ken's bolt on hooks too pull myself out. Each curl pulls about 12-18" and I didnt even have to use a winch. I never even had to re-position the chain as the 12" or so of tug was enough forward movement to get the box blade unstuck and get the tires pulling me up the other side of the bank.

    Those darn hooks come in handy for all sorts of things.

    I don't want a tractor without a toothbar and hooks on the bucket. Both are must haves in my opinion.
    My FEL has saved me a few times on my 3020. Obviously no front wheel assist, but it's usually my front wheels that sink or start sliding, building up material in front of them compounding the situation.

    Most often yes I can use the bucket as a 'ski', lift my front tires out and back up or push over their mess.

    It came in REALLY handy when I'd got a load of ~1500lb hay bales and managed to snap a spindle carrying one. The vertical part of the axle went in the ground bottoming out on front axle. THAT wouldn't have been fun getting it up out of the ground without the FEL. As it was, I just lowered it using the bale attached and lifted front end out and left it until I got a new spindle. Easy peasy.

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    Sunday I decided I needed a better way to store my 72Ē MMM for my 2038r. The last couple winters I stored it in the middle of one of my garage bays. But Iíve got more stuff since then and it would really be hard to move around in the garage if I did that again.

    I found http://www.deckdolly.com/deck-dolly/ but I didnít see a setup that looked like it would work for my mower. I reached out via email and got a reply within an hour (on a weekend!). Kyle was great and after some back and forth and me providing a single measurement and a couple photos he had the info he needed and combined parts from multiple of his kits to work with my mower. Today it arrived, and I assembled it and tried it out. It works great! Now I can stand up the mower in the shed next to the tractor and take up a fraction of the space it took before. Even with the beefy mower, it is super stable when stood up. I can move it into place by my self, but did need a second person to help me lift it to the storage position. I could easily see someone else who doesnít have weak desk worker arms like me, being able to do it by them selves.



    Yes Iíll be cleaning the deck before it goes away for good this winter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    What did ya seed it with?
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    Winter rye.


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    Other than preventing soil erosion, what are the benefits to a cover crop? Weed prevention?
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    I havenít been into a lot of tractor stuff lately. Yesterday I pulled all my plants from the garden and used it to take that stuff to compost heap. Mowed today.

    Iím noticing the belt on the mower deck is hitting the deck and wearing at the paint and metal. This is happening on the rear long straight portion of belt. Iím assuming itís related to belt tension. Iíve consulted my manual, but it says nothing about adjusting tension. Does anyone know if what Iím experiencing is normal?

    By the way, still using mower+.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjpoog1989 View Post
    Other than preventing soil erosion, what are the benefits to a cover crop? Weed prevention?
    They can add nutrients back into the soil as well as organic material which can help hold water and loosen heavy soils among other thingsl
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