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    Dealer returned my tractor yesterday so I got some seat time today to test out the repair. Got a couple hours of grapple work with zero problems so it appears the new solenoid valve fixed it (knock wood). Here's hoping it stays fixed.

    If you recall the before picture of my creeping woods.

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    And what I did today...

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    It now looks like this
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    I don't even want to think how long that would have taken me by hand.
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    Today was a new one for me. I've mowed some fairly tall fields with my mid-mount mower, but never mowed an overgrown residential property. Most of the grass in this yard was over 6 feet tall with quite a bit of "debris" in it. I decided it best to leave the loader on to serve as an early warning system of sorts for when I was about to run into a stump\cinder block\whatever else, and it worked well. The 1.25 acres went fairly easily with "Welcome to the Jungle" playing in my headphones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jep View Post
    Last weekend stripped sod.
    Am. At my sons house box blade spreading 7.5 yards of stone for a boat storage driveway.
    Pm. Dug out the tiller and turned the garden soil over. 10 hours in under 2 weeks
    What is the load rating for the ramps you added to your trailer?
    Do you have a link for the extra long ramps you used on your trailer? Thanks.
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    Retrieved the garbage can from the street, 1/2 mile round trip. The Hitchin Can has been a great add.

    The started mowing backyard and bang. A chunk came out of the belt and one of the belt stands wound around everything.
    Pulled the deck and the mulch plug but stuck on one of the guard carriage bolts the square hole is rounded out ugg. So bagged it for the night may have to crack it off.

    Will have to pick up a new belt Tomm, I should have gotten one awhile ago. This is the belt that was on it when I bought it and it was pretty dried out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilmo View Post
    What is the load rating for the ramps you added to your trailer?
    Do you have a link for the extra long ramps you used on your trailer? Thanks.
    I have a high boy over the tires flat bed. I looked for ramps for it. They are not cheap. And I was worried about the tractor falling off That would be the roll over from hell. So for not much more I just got a tilt bed car trailer. It is a low one with a fold down left fender so the Vettes fit on it without rubbing and the door opens to get out. When the little lady did not freak out about the new tractor I thought she would kill me when I stopped at the trailer manufacturer on the way to get it. But I am still alive.
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    Picture day 2019. Four distinct mowing areas. Three machines. 5.5 rough acres. 5.5 hours of seat time. Three seat suspension systems. My backside? Priceless.

    What kind of a guy mows with his loader frame on you ask?

    I tried something different today. I usually pull the loader and hang five weights on the front. Without the weight the tractor gets squirrelly when I lift the RFM. I added some loader mounted mirrors a few months back. With the loader frame on I can better gauge the mowing edge of the RFM and I can glance at the mirror to see where it is. I didn’t have to look back and my neck feels pretty good about that. I’m not sure if it rode any rougher or not. With the Milsco V5300 I cant tell.

    Up until last year I did 5.4 acres with just the RFM on the 2305 with the stock seat and rubber biscuits. It took all day and I was physically useless the next day. Thanks GTT and TTWT.

    If in doubt just buy more Green.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starkeyb View Post
    I find it amazing how these machines make you say, yay I have work to do. Ive been meaning to collect some firewood for a few months now. Got 'er done today, and really quick and easy too!



    Chuckle....sounds to me like you found a new lover....and a hard working one at that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FortClatsop View Post
    Picture day 2019. Four distinct mowing areas. Three machines. 5.5 rough acres. 5.5 hours of seat time. Three seat suspension systems. My backside? Priceless.

    What kind of a guy mows with his loader frame on you ask?

    I tried something different today. I usually pull the loader and hang five weights on the front. Without the weight the tractor gets squirrelly when I lift the RFM. I added some loader mounted mirrors a few months back. With the loader frame on I can better gauge the mowing edge of the RFM and I can glance at the mirror to see where it is. I didn’t have to look back and my neck feels pretty good about that. I’m not sure if it rode any rougher or not. With the Milsco V5300 I cant tell.

    Up until last year I did 5.4 acres with just the RFM on the 2305 with the stock seat and rubber biscuits. It took all day and I was physically useless the next day. Thanks GTT and TTWT.

    If in doubt just buy more Green.
    Fine looking crew! Everyone should hire a crew like yours instead of illegals
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    Quote Originally Posted by duramaxsky View Post
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    I never thought of strapping the bucket to the forks


    Good idea


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