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Just took delivery of a new 3025E -- has the D160 loader and I choose the GM2060 .. So far so good-- came in at 19,800 /no taxes or anything .. Will be used mostly for Mowing about 3 acres with another 2 acres with tress that need some cleaning up..
 

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Excellent choice. Welcome aboard.
 

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Nice! One suggestion, if that is where you will be parking the tractor I would recommend parking it with the curl cylinders retracted. Granted the bucket may collect a bit of water but it is better than having the full length of your curl rods exposed to the weather all the time. The rods do have a very durable coating but I've always been a bit anal about storing hydraulic cylinders collapsed whenever possible.
 

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Nice! One suggestion, if that is where you will be parking the tractor I would recommend parking it with the curl cylinders retracted. Granted the bucket may collect a bit of water but it is better than having the full length of your curl rods exposed to the weather all the time. The rods do have a very durable coating but I've always been a bit anal about storing hydraulic cylinders collapsed whenever possible.
Agreed. Those cylinder rods need to be kept clean.

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