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Old 04-17-2013, 11:01 PM
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Gehl owns mustang and supplies their parts (i have one of each). Chances are the gehl dealer could help you out.
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Old 04-18-2013, 11:04 AM
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Shannon, quick question for ya.
My 04' Mustang 2044 looks identical to the Gehl of tht year. Im having a hard time finding a front cab door for my machine. Do you think a door of a Gehl would fit?
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I think so you have a pic of your 2044
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Would you mind shooting me a PM of what this setup ran you for new rims/tires and tracks? or you can post on here if ya want. Would adding OTT to my machine help with my lifting capacity any?
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Old 04-20-2013, 11:20 PM
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Would you mind shooting me a PM of what this setup ran you for new rims/tires and tracks? or you can post on here if ya want. Would adding OTT to my machine help with my lifting capacity any?
4250 ship to me in 3 days

I don't know if will help the lifting or not
Company that makes them is camoplastsolideal.com/ it might say if helps lifting
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Old 04-28-2013, 12:01 AM
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How are the tracks working out?
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Old 04-28-2013, 12:53 AM
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How are the tracks working out?
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Only did some work at the farm with them Fix a low water crossing. Work great for that. Level down the barn lot after working cattle few weeks ago. Fix some ruts in the fields

In the crossing I was in the creek water half up on wheels back out with np are creeks are rocky and sandy bottoms put about 3 hrs on the tracks

I'm just now starting work on lawns Its starting to warm up and drying things out
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lets see some pics once you get em dirty
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Old 04-29-2013, 12:07 AM
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lets see some pics once you get em dirty
Sorry no pics They already got them dirty. Do need fenders if you get in the mud I don't dare put in high gear and drive it with mud/ cow poo on the tracks
I get it back to town I'll get some pics working on the next job its a bigger job

The job I'm doing now my 3825 Gehl is the right size Skid Steer to have.
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Today did some drainage work a long a house. I had to remove a sidewalk and under that walk was mud and the tracks work well
At one time I wasn't sure if I could back out with a load in the bucket but she did walk right out.
Did find out that muddy tracks don't load in the dump trailer very well

I did put a new edge on instead the standard 6'' I used 8'' Now sitting from the seat, I can see my cutting edge before couldn't see it. Might look strange but it works. Here few pics
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did you notice it grading any better?
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