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What all do you have, from lawn and garden tractors to the attachments you use for them? I know we have a show your garden tractor thread, but I have been looking at what all kinda john deere towables I can get..Anyway if your bored post up some pictures of your tractors and attachments...
 

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I'm "towing" a 10 cart, and Brinly (non-JD) plug aerator and "pushing" a JD front dethatcher. I've found the dethatcher is handy for... dethatching... and preparing established lawn for over seeding and getting new lawn planted. It's out front where you can see it and bag thatch at the same time and backing up is so much easier than a towed model. No pictures, out of film.
 

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cool, heres the only John deere stuff I have:
10p cart

weights and weight bracket

keychain to keep the tractor key in check

and bagger


Looking to get some more tow behind stuff... and maybe an actual john deere garden tractor for more heavy duty work.
 

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Hmm, what do I have? That's an answer that seems to be always changing. I currently have a 1984 R72 rear engine rider, a 1985 R72 Rear Engine Rider, a 1988 318, a 1989 316, a 1996 445 and a 2006 X320. I also have a 197? (ID tag is missing) 214. My 316 has a 3 point hitch and I pull a Brinly 10 inch sleeve plow, a Brinly 12 inch 3 point plow, a modified Sears rear blade, a modified Sears disc, and a cultivator. I have a 10P cart, and I have a 54 inch 4 way snow blade for my 445. I have a front weight bracket for my 316/318. I also have a 1996 Cub Cadet 2135.

If you were to asked this last year, I had a 1965 110, a 1967 112H, a 1977 208, a 1974 110, a 1968 110 (two of them) and a 1970 140H1. The year before last, several Cub Cadets and several John Deeres. It keeps changing it seems.
 

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Long list!

80-314 w/10P cart
82-317 "Special"
56 RER- to be restored
68 RER- in the shop now
83-420 w/#'s 15, 10, 8HD, 80, 7, 5& 50 carts
L/60 "Custom" w/Brinly drop spreader
30 cart
#8 cart (replica)
70 I
314 w/Brinly plug aerator
70 I w/ Radio Steel cart
314 w/front dethatcher

There's more, but I'll quit for now. ~~ Lowell
 

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Currently I have a '11 X728 with a 10 cart, rear tiller, front plow, bagger, 12" brinly plow, JD cultivators, and a 71 corn planter. I also picked up a 425 project tractor recently that I am getting back in shape.
 

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I have the box store Deere LA-120. But I got mine new from a dealer 6 years ago. For the first 5 years all I pulled was cart, but this fall I purchased an Agrifab core aerator and De-thatcher. I got them all put together and ready to use and then Hurricane Sandy came along and I never got to use them. Well, something to play with in the spring.
 

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97 345 (bought new),94 425,66 110,JD#10 cart,Brinly #10 cart,tow behind York rake,54 old style blade with Al Z frame squeezer,old as the hills roller,54 mowers for both 345 & 425,JD # 7 cart(for sale),3 pairs cast wheel weights,9 suit case weights,weight bracket for the 425,lots of collectibles gathered over the last 20 years.Come and gone 67 &72 112's,69 &72 140's,JD #'s 50 & 80 carts.
 

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I have a First year 318 that was made in 1983. I have had it a Little over Three years now, and it came to me with a Replacement MOW-140/318 48" Mowing Deck. The Tractor has now been fully restored and has a Newly re-built P-218 Performer Onan engine in it. I stripped it all down to a rolling Chasis and Painted every part on it while restoring it. I have a Model 30 Hydraulic tiller for it that has the Optional 12" Tine extension on it making it a full 42" Cut and I also have a 54" 4-Way dirt Dozer blade that I recently restored as well as a Rarely Seen Model 30 Dump Cart. These Model 30 dump Cart's were made by The Radio-Flyer Corp. out of Chicago, Illinois for only about Tw years for John Deere back in the early 1980's time span. Here is my 318 with it's equipment. Regards, Hammerdown



This is How my 318 Looked the day I Brought it home Three years ago with it's almost new Replacement deck. I gave $300.00 for it at a Tri-Green John Deere dealership Tax Included.

















Here is my 318 This Past spring. I added a set of Bar rear tires and Located this Nice Model 30 Hydraulic tiller that I had to get which was a 1100 Mile round trip. I gave $800.00 for it & it came with all of the Mounting Hardware to bolt right up to my 318. This was the first of Three Passes I made with the tiller close to my Garage. By the third Pass I had 18" of fluffy dirt as these Model 30 Tiller dig Fiercely.














Here is my 54" dirt dozer Blade. It is a 4-way Hydraulic blade that I found locally for $100.00. I had to Narrow it's main plow frame as it was made for a 400 series Tractor. Here it is shown on my Tractor right after Modifying it's frame as well as during and after I restored it.



















Here is a Rarely seen model 30 dump Cart. As I said, These were made by the Radio-Flyer Corp. for John Deere for Two years or less. I gave $25.00 for this one well over 25 Years ago and recently restored it. It was in super Sad shape before I restored it, but due to it's Rarity I decided to Save it from the scrap Pile.





























Here are some close Up's of my 318 finished. I wet sanded all of the paint with some 3-M 2000 Grit sand Paper after I spray Painted it, Then Buffed it out.










 
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WOW that 318 is a beauty!!

I have a 1966 110 with a 39" deck, snow thrower, soft cab, and tiller. The guy I bought it from bought it with the snow thrower and cab from the dealer in the fall of 1966. It was listed in the local paper in 1997 for $1500. Some friends and I were looking at the ads, and started joking that no fool in their right mind would be asking $1500 for a 30-year-old lawn tractor, so I called the guy and asked if it was a typo and really a 1986. He said nope, it was a 1966 110. The next day I went out to look at it and it looked like it was parked in a garage for the past 30 years. He said he bought it to clear the snow in a small parking lot at the business he owned, and only used it for a few winters and then parked it and paid some guy with a plow and pickup to clear the lot. He said he was tired of looking at it, so was selling it. And that's how I got it. :lol:

It was the only mower I had to mow almost 3 acres for 5 years until I rebuilt the 1954 Deere 40 Utility, which I recently sold to buy my 2520. I still use the 110 all the time and in fact used it to haul over a few loads of firewood last weekend.
 

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Hammerdown,

You did a great job restoring that 318!

It looks like a brand new machine.
 

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I only have two GT's due to the lack of storage area. Probably a good thing I don't have more room !!

First is a 1974 model 140-H3 and also a 1990 model 332.

The attachments I have for the 140 are a 10" Brinly plow and of course the Integral hitch, a 47 mid mount mowing deck, and lawn sprayer.

For the 332 I have the 3 point hitch, 12" Brinly plow and 50 mid mount mowing deck.

Attachment to fit both tractors include a 54 front blade, 49 snow thrower, 48 inch front mount thatcher, tow behind cyclone spreader and weights.

Here is a link to pictures of the tractors ready for plow days ......... I can't wait til spring to get back down to the PA plow days in April
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Here is the 140:

1974 John Deere Model 140 - H3 Photos by rjw1962 | Photobucket

Here is the 332:

Rons 1990 John Deere 332 Photos by rjw1962 | Photobucket

And a short video, plowing with the 332:

Western NY Spring Plow Day 5-12-12 Photos by rjw1962 | Photobucket
 

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That was a great place to have the plowday, hope we can go back there this spring.

Adam
 
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