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    Visit a German John Deere Compact Tractor Dealer (2036R, 1026R, 3045R, & attachments)

    We were fascinated by the differences between European Deere Tractors and US Deere Tractors.
    Attachments were different as well. Check it out:

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    I did watch it (and liked it, naturally) but I have to say.....while it seemed like an innovative hitch design, I just didn't care for the ball type they were using.

    Pretty amazing though about the hood opening system, where they made a law that requires a tool of some sort to open the hood.

    Now, if we could only get those comfy seats here in the US !!!
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    Oh i want those 3pt arms and top link.
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    Wow, we need a Matev USA division!
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    John Deere has had the ball type system for many years...started with the old two cylinders however it worked the other direction. It is more for agricultural maybe industrial...not sure if homeowners would benefit...suppose could be some liability issues....but looks likes Europeans see plastic edges and fenders as a safety issue. I would say front end attachments aren't for the average homeowner..especially inexperienced. Would be a definite dragging down a bank possible roll over situation if no used with proper ballast. From viewing the video wasn't really impressed with the European approach but I suppose they have a reason for their ways the same as us. Tim really does an indept interview and appreciate his informative approach.

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    Lift arm connection

    What goes around, comes around. Those quick snap connections were available on our Olivers 50 years ago. They worked great and I miss them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treefarmer View Post
    What goes around, comes around. Those quick snap connections were available on our Olivers 50 years ago. They worked great and I miss them.

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    I've found all the parts for a weld on setup, imported from a vendor in the UK. Problem is the $450ish it costs, just for the parts and shipping. Then paying someone to weld them, as I don't think I'd trust myself, with my small Hobart MIG.

    My neighbors big Case IH's have those on the lower lift arms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treefarmer View Post
    What goes around, comes around. Those quick snap connections were available on our Olivers 50 years ago. They worked great and I miss them.

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    Yes, our Olivers all had the open 3 point connections too. They were a bit different...the 'thumb' was longer. We broke a few of the thumbs over the years, but overall, we loved them. Family still has the 1950-T, and my cousin has and still uses the 1600 I first learned to drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tractor Tim View Post
    Yes, our Olivers all had the open 3 point connections too. They were a bit different...the 'thumb' was longer. We broke a few of the thumbs over the years, but overall, we loved them. Family still has the 1950-T, and my cousin has and still uses the 1600 I first learned to drive.

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    I still really like the old Olivers. They looked great, had good power and were fun to drive. As I recall, our 1600 gas would eat condensers for some reason and the over/under shift on all of them wasn't that long lasting but the rest of the tractors were great.

    I think we had 1 1600 gas and two 1650 diesels but there may have been another diesel in there somewhere. I know it was at least two. Great low end torque so you could start a load like a plow or disc at lower rpm and then throttle up without any hesitation at all. No seat belt, no ROPS or other safety features but really fun tractors.

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    i like the cab on the 2 series wish we had that here but we would need ac
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