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Old 02-17-2009, 09:27 PM
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that deere is really nice
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Old 02-17-2009, 10:37 PM
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looks fun to play around with
yeah it is... sometimes i ask myself, "Am I getting paid for this"?

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nice stuff
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nice setup with the plow
Thanks, I think you are talking about the plow on the backhoe. I liked it too but when I would put the plow down and angled there would be no weight on the front tires. This would cause the front of the machine to slide in the opposite direction the plow was angled while plowing deep snow. It was kind of frustrating. All in all it worked but not was well as the snow pusher.

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That is a nice setup, looks like you have a good operation.
It's has taken many years...

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did you sell it on ebay ?
No. I didn't. Why do you ask?

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Very nice company set-up, best of luck with it!
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You have some very nice equipment! Nice deere too, looks like it gets plenty of use!
Not as much as I would like it to but definitely worth having around.

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that deere is really nice
thank you
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Old 02-17-2009, 10:42 PM
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lol, no, I don't have any pics of that, but this is pretty cool...

Unloading a 20ft shed that is too heavy for the the 110 to lift all at once.
Nice. You could've cut it down the middle then took it off and super glued it back together. SUPER GLUE.
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Old 02-17-2009, 10:49 PM
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Nice. You could've cut it down the middle then took it off and super glued it back together. SUPER GLUE.
Haha, that would probably work!
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Old 02-17-2009, 10:53 PM
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Here is one of the rigs at a nice property. 24 ft enclosed with a small shop in the front...
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:00 PM
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very nice deere, im thinking about buying a 110tlb this spring just to be a yard machine. deere needs to offer the cab as a option though.
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:12 PM
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ya i really like the deeres, look like nice quality machines, but a kubota m59 has more capacity.

you have some nice mowing equip as well! likin the trailer too!

you should check out laurin, they make cabs for these tlb's.
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:14 PM
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very nice deere, im thinking about buying a 110tlb this spring just to be a yard machine. deere needs to offer the cab as a option though.
YES!!! A factory cab would be SO much nicer than this aftermarket POS. The whole thing lacks in many ways. Because the machine is not designed to have a cab there is no insulation between the engine/trans and the operators station. That creates a lot of heat in the summer... at least the doors come off and they definitely do because there is no AC. In the winter the heater works well but there is a lot of engine noise in the cab. I sat in a smaller JD4320 with the new factory cab. I almost traded in the 110 on the spot just because the cab was so nice in the 4320. Oh well, live and learn. It digs well though and that's what makes the money.
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:15 PM
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ya i really like the deeres, look like nice quality machines, but a kubota m59 has more capacity.

you have some nice mowing equip as well! likin the trailer too!

you should check out laurin, they make cabs for these tlb's.

This is a Laurin cab.
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:18 PM
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YES!!! A factory cab would be SO much nicer than this aftermarket POS. The whole thing lacks in many ways. Because the machine is not designed to have a cab there is no insulation between the engine/trans and the operators station. That creates a lot of heat in the summer... at least the doors come off and they definitely do because there is no AC. In the winter the heater works well but there is a lot of engine noise in the cab. I sat in a smaller JD4320 with the new factory cab. I almost traded in the 110 on the spot just because the cab was so nice in the 4320. Oh well, live and learn. It digs well though and that's what makes the money.
dang man you took the words right out of my mouth!! i know just what you mean.
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