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    We picked her up Saturday

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    We brought home the tractor Saturday morning. It's a 2014 with a loader and 60" mower deck. Has just over 150 hours on it. Looks like the loader was hardly used. We're pretty excited about this purchase and hope to find a nice used tiller and box scraper before spring time. The salesman said the previous owner trader it for a 2032r and mainly just used the tractor for mowing.

    Not sure why the picture is displaying sideways. It's not in the file I picked.
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    Nothing like a good used tractor find.....
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    CONGRATS on the new-to-you tractor!!

    UPDATE: I noticed that you don't have a ballast box on the tractor. Be sure to read this thread...
    What is "Rear Ballast"? And why do you need it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    CONGRATS on the new-to-you tractor!!

    UPDATE: I noticed that you don't have a ballast box on the tractor. Be sure to read this thread...
    What is "Rear Ballast"? And why do you need it?
    Thanks for the suggestion. Looks like I'll need to add that to my list of things to buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mote View Post
    Thanks for the suggestion. Looks like I'll need to add that to my list of things to buy.
    If you hang out with this group, your "list of things to buy" is going to get longer and longer and.... Just ask me how I know!!





    Are you planning on doing snow removal with the new tractor or do you have another piece of equipment to do that?
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    '05 JD 3520 Open Station w/ 300CX FEL
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    Nice find enjoy
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    Congratulations on your tractor purchase. Also, welcome to the GTT family....

    There are tons of valuable threads about all sorts of issues for your new machine. From the differences in implements to what works best for some and not so for others, there is a wealth of information on this site. There are also many nice and very helpful people.

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    While we hope you have a good relationship with your dealer, there are many great vendors here on GTT and many offer special discounts to GTT members. Please make sure to check out their section here on GTT as well.

    Welcome to GTT. You are going to enjoy your time here.
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    It appears you have a 7' overhead door. While becoming a club member is typically viewed as a good thing, you definitely do not want to become a member of the GTT "club". Becoming a member in good standing is quite easy. All you have to do is forget to lower the top section of the ROPS before entering or exiting your garage.

    Most members join within a day or two taking delivery of their green machine........

    Well, at least you won't become a broke purple heart member. You have to own a 2018 with the forward tilting ROPS top section to earn that distinction. They get to frequently bang their head into the ROPS top section when folded down to the horizontal storage position and get to replace 3-point top links. Some guys just have it all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    If you hang out with this group, your "list of things to buy" is going to get longer and longer and.... Just ask me how I know!!





    Are you planning on doing snow removal with the new tractor or do you have another piece of equipment to do that?
    We are a great spender of other peoples money, right Mark? Seriously, Mark02tj is about as good a guy as you can hope to meet on this or any other site.

    It's a great way to live vicariously through others and assist them in spending their money.



    Now is the time to be looking for the tiller and other equipment people might be storing for the season. Make sure you are familiar with the Category 1 3 point hitch so when you are considering implements, you can screen out those which might not be best for your use. Also, the tillers have forward rotation and reverse rotation so if you haven't owned a tiller before, make sure to consider the differences and the different models. There are many good choices out there for you,

    When it comes to back blade and box blades, much will depend upon the projects or tasks you have in mind.

    Since you are going to be adding 3 point implements, make sure to get this item as it makes a ton of difference in connecting and disconnecting all 3 point implements. The extended hook, whether for the I match or the Import quick hitch makes a lot of difference in connecting and disconnecting all 3 point implements. Definitely something you will want to have.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    If you hang out with this group, your "list of things to buy" is going to get longer and longer and.... Just ask me how I know!!





    Are you planning on doing snow removal with the new tractor or do you have another piece of equipment to do that?
    We haven't got much snow down here the last few years. I think I've shoveled the sidewalk once in three years. However if we do I'll be using this tractor to remove it. We live out in the country with a lot of flat fields around us so do get the wind and drifting.

    I see you're from South West Ohio. You're not to far from us. We're about 1.5 hours to a Reds ballgame.
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