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This is where my new tractor will live when not in use. I built this garage 4 years ago at my house to have a place to play. The blue truck is my daily driver I bought new 10 years ago and the little red car is being converted over to full electric power in my spare time. Hope you guys enjoy the pic.
 

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Congrats on the new tractor! You've got the first D120 loader I've seen on the net! It must be nice when traveling rough terrain quickly. I know that the H120 sure is rattley in that application.
 

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Yeah I noticed nobody has the D loader but I needed to save a few bucks. It's really not difficult to get on/off. I also do not have the autoconnect on my MMM.
 

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Yeah I noticed nobody has the D loader but I needed to save a few bucks. It's really not difficult to get on/off. I also do not have the autoconnect on my MMM.
It's my understanding that the mmm still clicks into place. You just have to hook up the PTO manually correct?

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It's my understanding that the mmm still clicks into place. You just have to hook up the PTO manually correct?

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That's correct. :good2: The Auto Connect feature is just for the PTO shaft.
 

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Yes the deck still auto connects you just have to take about 5 seconds to put the pto shaft on. It goes on/off just like an air hose fitting. Not worth the extra money for auto-connect for me.
 

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Yes, my hands may get dirty but I like grease:good2:
 
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