I would keep what you got and get a bigger machine for your new property. 35-100 acres will need a 4 series, a grapple, and a bush hogI love on 3 hilly acres with all adjoining lots at 2-4 acres and nieghbors that appreciate someone with a tractor. That being said I had my fathers X758 after his passing and kept it for mowing and small chores but purchased a 2038R TLB and various implements to gain some freedom in doing chores I normally rented equipment for or called in favors and hey, who doesn't like riding on a bigger tractor. It's probably overkill for this property but I was and am very happy with it. I looked at the 3R series but add in the backhoe and it was getting really pricey for what is kind of a luxury in all honesty.
Fast forward 6 months. Due to some life changes I am in a position to be able to live out a life long dream and purchase a hunting/recreational property. Looking in PA, VA and WVA. Anywhere between 35-100 acres depending on the lot/price. If I find what im looking for most of the lot will be wooded a mix of mountain and flat bottom with hopefully 4-8 acres mowed and maintained area depending on lot size. Also would like to maintain trails and a gravel drive. Now I'm wondering if the once "too big" 2038 is going to be overwhelmed by what I may ask. Ive already thought about buying an old ford or case 2wd and large bushog to leave at the future property but part of me says thats silly when I have a large monthly payment already. Anyone else ever get in the same boat, what did you end up doing? Hopefully this machine has enough guts to keep things handled 🚜