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    Quote Originally Posted by RunBambi!1 View Post
    Ok I know I’m stupid when I started last Night digging the old fence post and 50 pound block of cement out of the ground by HAND! Then soaked the ground overnight cause it was so hard packed! So this morning I’m digging again by HAND! The sun rises and like a divine intervention I look across my field and see a Tractor! 10 minutes later I kid you not pow pop boom! Block of Cement is out!
    The number one rule of owning a tractor is to ask yourself if your tractor can do it. Don’t worry about if the tractor will do it faster. Just ask can it do it. I had a broken sewer pipe at the end of the ditch. I’m pretty sure I could have dug it up with a shovel in about 10-15 minutes. It took me 10 minutes just to get the tractor and get setup

    The other night I had to put my light aluminum ladders up in my work trailer. It wasn’t that far away. Just seemed like more fun using the tractor
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    Okay, I'll join in on the theme of "Can the tractor do it?" as opposed to "Do I need the tractor?".

    The other day, I was pruning the grapes and noticed that a trellis wire had fallen, so I tried to push it up by hand to nail in new staples. Way too difficult to get the wire in position since it was holding up 15 vines, and I sort of needed those hands to nail in the staples. Tractor to the rescue. Five minutes later, it was in perfect position with minimal effort.
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    Since it has finally dried out enough, I got the fence lines all cleaned up and the ditches mowed.

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    Beautiful place you have there, ilmo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilmo View Post
    Since it has finally dried out enough, I got the fence lines all cleaned up and the ditches mowed.

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    Looks nice ilmo, good job
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    Thanks for the pics ilmo, your place always looks so nice and pristine
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    used my 1025 and Heavy Hitch to spread some mulch and get work done around the property.
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    I made a dolleh... I believe this was a six beer project

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    Put a rubber mat in my carry all

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    Then I went out to do some bushwhacking and promptly got a flat...

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    Ran over this

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    Railroad plate with 2 spikes buried in the brush. Used to be an old railroad lumberyard. I hope I don’t find many more of those. Beat juice all over the place. I was able to limp it back to the garage and get the hole at the top of the tire so I don’t lose anymore rim guard. I’m going to bring home a tire plug kit to try and salvage it tomorrow. I don’t know how much was in there initially, but I was able to rotate it slowly till it seeped fluid about the 9:30 mark. A little over half. Surprised me how heavy that bastard is getting it off the rim.

    Before I go groveling to the dealer and get upcharged, anyone here had a flat losing fluid, and how did you deal with it?

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    I would have that hole patched. Plugs may work but the right way is a patch.
    1 hole or 2

    Them is big spikes....find a friend with a metal detecter.
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