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    New Guy in Mid-Michigan

    Hi all. Found this site while looking for information about SCUT/CUT type tractors. What a wealth of accumulated knowledge & practical experience here. I commend the community here for the conversational tone of this board. I've learned a lot lurking here for the last couple weeks and thought it time to make first post. I don't have a tractor yet, but will be needing one soon. Looking at tractors from 1025R to 2032R size depending on the size lot we end up with. Right now, we're seriously considering a 2 acre parcel, though we would consider more. I've searched these forums pretty well and found answers and well reasoned opinions for most of my questions. Will be posting some questions specific to my situation as the need dictates. I look forward to participating more in the future.

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    Welcome!

    The conversational (or nice) tone is what I really enjoy here too. Seems like some people on other sites just want to pick at things or criticize. Everyone he is really nice! I hope you enjoy as mush as I have.
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    See how to connect your JD Material Collection System directly to the I-Match!!! Check this out! http://www.jamisonbryce.com/

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    Welcome Uncle Mike...
    2011 JD 2520, 200CX FEL, iMatch Quick Hitch, 48" JD Box Scraper, 54" JD FM Snowblower, Artillian 36" Forks w/Backrest, Frontier PHD200, Woods RM59 Finish Mower & Heavy Hitch

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    Welcome from NE Pennsylvania.
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    2320, 54D MMM, 200CX FEL, 54 Front Blade with Artillian Extensions, Omni Transformer Hitch
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    Welcome from New York.
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    Welcome to GTT UncleMike.
    I have been part of many, many forums over the years. This is the place, soup to nuts.
    IMHO...
    No one here seems to care who is right or who is wrong.
    No one here seems to feel the need to be the shining light, know it all, top dog...............
    Everyone here gets paid.........in the camaraderie between members.
    Everything else you need to use a credit card.
    I'm in it for the fun of it!
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    From CT

    If you need help spending $$ we can help
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    Quote Originally Posted by fdmars View Post


    From CT

    If you need help spending $$ we can help
    I forgot about that one!
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    Welcome from WV.

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    Looking for JD Parts check here on JD's official parts website.

    Have no idea where to start with JD Parts check here for a how to.

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    And I am in agreement with Gizmo, being in it "for the fun it"! Lots of things in life are not so fun, yet have to be dealt with. Having a family like we have here, where we can joke, have fun, and share knowledge, as well as other life experiences, at times, makes life a lot easier, and more interesting. Also saves each of us from having to reinvent the wheel every time we have a problem or concern with our equipment.

    Welcome to the family!
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