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    getting my tractor back

    well after a 3 weeks I'm getting my 1025 back.
    the dealer put together a top an tilt for me keeping my disability in mind this should make it much easier for me to adjust the 3 point TnT the only thing that gave them trouble was my curtis cab was in the way of the valve mounts so they had to step back and figure it out
    it wasn't a big deal with them having it for so long because the 1st week it was gone my dumb butt forgot I was disabled and decided to try and do something stupid and fell in the yard ended up breaking a couple ribs and fracturing my collarbone
    needless to say but the mrs put me on lockdown
    I'll post some pics and thoughts later
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    Quote Originally Posted by ateasegardens View Post
    well after a 3 weeks I'm getting my 1025 back.
    the dealer put together a top an tilt for me keeping my disability in mind this should make it much easier for me to adjust the 3 point TnT the only thing that gave them trouble was my curtis cab was in the way of the valve mounts so they had to step back and figure it out
    it wasn't a big deal with them having it for so long because the 1st week it was gone my dumb butt forgot I was disabled and decided to try and do something stupid and fell in the yard ended up breaking a couple ribs and fracturing my collarbone
    needless to say but the mrs put me on lockdown
    I'll post some pics and thoughts later
    Hope you are feeling better now, Leo. You don't want the Mrs. to put you in the stockade again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Hope you are feeling better now, Leo. You don't want the Mrs. to put you in the stockade again.
    I know right
    she doesn't know I have plans of riding around in the tractor yet
    or maybe she does and thats why they are delivering this morning instead of when she's gone for the day
    also what happened to my keys
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    well I got my tractor back the TnT is pretty good granted due to my cab interfering with the placement of the hydraulic levers its still better than trying to turn the shafts in or out seeing as how its kind of awkward position I have to be in I can always have the Mrs do it
    I took some photos but I'm having trouble getting them to post from google photo's anyone know how to do it send me send me a message
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    and a few other necessary 3 point attachments

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    Glad you are on the mend and getting your machine back.

    I am in the same boat with a disability and forgetting about it.

    Lets see.. Just looking at this calendar year....

    Hit my leg with an axe. Trip to the ER

    Broke some ribs. Another trip to the ER

    A solid 2nd degree burn on my leg (getting really close to a 3rd degree in a couple spots). Been to the ER too much this year. I took care of cleaning and caring for it myself.

    Then a few other things that were too minor to really stick out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sennister View Post
    Glad you are on the mend and getting your machine back.

    I am in the same boat with a disability and forgetting about it.
    I'm glad that I'm not the only one
    its weird because I get used to doing something one way which is weird for others but, makes perfect sense to me its like when I get off or on one of my tractors weird for some
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    I figured out how to get the pics from phone
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    Quote Originally Posted by ateasegardens View Post
    I'm glad that I'm not the only one
    its weird because I get used to doing something one way which is weird for others but, makes perfect sense to me its like when I get off or on one of my tractors weird for some
    No such thing as weird if it works. Although now that I say that if you get off your tractor by doing a backflip like gymnast. Then I would say that is pretty weird. Impressive but still weird


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    Quote Originally Posted by sennister View Post
    get off your tractor by doing a backflip like gymnast. Then I would say that is pretty weird. Impressive but still weird
    here hold my beer
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    Quote Originally Posted by sennister View Post
    get off your tractor by doing a backflip like gymnast. Then I would say that is pretty weird. Impressive but still weird
    here hold my beer
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    and a few other necessary 3 point attachments

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