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I'm relatively new to the tractor world. I've stepped up to a larger tractor (3025E) I had a much older super A for many years. Always liked to tinker with her. Anyway, I noticed my overflow/engine coolant fill level seems low. What does JD reccomend for coolant brand? Yesterday I turned 20 hours. Also on my pre use inspection, I noticed my left retract hose for my bucket tilt was loose. I live in northern Michigan and have only used it so far for snow pushing. Is this something I need to be checking more often? I found it odd to be loose in the first place. Thanks in advance.
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Welcome from Preston County, West Virginia
Welcome from Western North Carolina!

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Ok thank you! And thanks for the welcome also!
Welcome from another Michigander. JD fluids is always recommend.
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Welcome from NE Pennsylvania.
Welcome. I agree Use the JD cool guard. Loose bolts are common, to common, just keep an eye on things while you get started using it.
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Welcome. I agree Use the JD cool guard. Loose bolts are common, to common, just keep an eye on things while you get started using it.
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Welcome from Western North Carolina!

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I'm about half way between Mt Pleasant and potoskey. Nort western mitten area. Lol a little north of Cadillac
It’s starting to look like spring here, we’ve gotten a few days of rain so all my trees are budding out. I put my 3pt snow blower away for the season.
How far north are you?
Welcome from New York.
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Deere dealer should have cool-gard 2. Last time i bought some it was about the same price as anything else.
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Welcome from mid Michigan
They probably do, but my work schedule and theirs arnt quite the same. I ended up ordering some online. Thank you very much!
Welcome from southern KY

Deere dealer should have cool-gard 2. Last time i bought some it was about the same price as anything else.
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