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    Guess the equipment

    So, while out and about for work yesterday I came across a new piece of equipment that uses a John Deere engine. I thought it might be fun to see if any of y'all could guess just what machine is now John Deere powered.


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    I'm going to take a stab in the dark and say an electrical generator of some sort.


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    Is it a Kubota?
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    I happen to know you work on forklift's, so that is my guess...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martian View Post
    Is it a Kubota?



    Greg
    Greg from western pa



    2009 2520
    FEL/61" HD bucket/replaceable cutting edge
    62D2 MMM
    IMatch Quick Hitch
    A "REAL" snow blade ---- JD 380A modded to fit
    Homemade 3PT Receiver
    Homemade Ballast Box
    Woods GB65 Box Blade

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    MY BALLAST BOX
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I happen to know you work on forklift's, so that is my guess...
    We also do scissor lifts, boom lifts, pretty much anything that lifts anything else.
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    A boat?
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    Morbark wood chippers use JD power but I never saw that imblem on one.
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    I wil go with a boat. Deere has made fork lifts in the past.
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