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    I'd like to apologize in advance...

    ...for all the dumb questions I'm surely about to make threads on for my new 2032r. Everything went through today and should have it in a week or so. I've never had a tractor before and I have no idea what I'm doing.
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    Congratulations on your new tractor.
    I've never seen a dumb question here on GTT, however, I have posted a bunch of dumb answers.
    Trust me, you are in good hands here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Congratulations on your new tractor.
    I've never seen a dumb question here on GTT, however, I have posted a bunch of dumb answers.
    ^^^^^ What he said. Our specialty is dumb answers and spending other people's money!!! :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    ^^^^^ What he said. Our specialty is dumb answers and spending other people's money!!! :-)
    I will fit right in then. I am an expert in both fields.

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    You'll find all kinds of good info/help on your new tractor here. Also plenty of info from people telling you how spend your money, like money grows on trees for most. I haven't found that tree yet, and none of them will share with me.

    Congrats on the new tractor, you'll love it. Wife might not like all the new projects it will open up to you though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Congratulations on your new tractor.
    I've never seen a dumb question here on GTT, however, I have posted a bunch of dumb answers.
    Trust me, you are in good hands here.
    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    ^^^^^ What he said. Our specialty is dumb answers and spending other people's money!!! :-)
    Isn't that the truth
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    You'll find all kinds of good info/help on your new tractor here. Also plenty of info from people telling you how spend your money, like money grows on trees for most. I haven't found that tree yet, and none of them will share with me.

    Congrats on the new tractor, you'll love it. Wife might not like all the new projects it will open up to you though.
    Let me know when you do, I'll have you break a twig off so I can replant one of my own.
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    Pat
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    Congrats on the new tractor!!!!

    The only dumb posts are the ones that talk about a new (or new to you) tractor and fail to include a picture !!!



    Watch out for these guys.....they'll distract you with questions about how many keys you got, the benefits of chains, if a hat was included and all of a sudden they sneakily get you to include two extra implements into your purchase.
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    At this stage since you have never owned a tractor before do this:

    When it comes time for delivery insist thay your salesman goes over the tractor with you in detail. Basic operation of the hydro pedals. Operation of the loader (if equipped) and learn about the importance of ballast. The same goes with any and all implements - have him go over the operation and have him show you how to remove and install each one.

    Also make sure you are provided with all the operator’s manuals and read them.

    This is part of what you paid for - make sure he follows through. These can be dangerous machines so you need a primer on how everything works safely.
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    Congrats on the new tractor!

    I will throw in the shameless plug for Tractor Time with Tim videos on YouTube. Lots of great info there as well.
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