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Old 12-14-2009, 01:13 PM
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Your missing the loader!!!
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Old 12-14-2009, 01:36 PM
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Your missing the loader!!!
Don't really need one, but if we do, the tractor is loader ready, so putting it on will be easy.

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Old 12-14-2009, 06:13 PM
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Here's my new Massey Ferguson 1533 w/cab and FEL, & 72" mowing deck.

You have a tough time getting the MMM driveshaft on and off? Was not a problem on our 1523, but we did not have a cab, or steps to deal with.

Nice, BTW.

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Old 12-30-2009, 07:58 PM
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Don't really need one, but if we do, the tractor is loader ready, so putting it on will be easy.

Good to see you Will ! we have been busy the last few weeks havent we?

Thanks for your support and I recognize many faces here

Damn nice machines tractors everybody
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Old 12-31-2009, 04:39 PM
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Good to see you Will ! we have been busy the last few weeks havent we?

Thanks for your support and I recognize many faces here

Damn nice machines tractors everybody

We sure have!! Glad to see you here...
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new landini tractors

here from the other side of the ocean 2 traded landini's old style for new style...
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Old 01-02-2010, 12:35 PM
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here from the other side of the ocean 2 traded landini's old style for new style...
We certainly dont get to see many Landinis -old or new style...thanks!
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Kubota L39 w/grapple, pallet forks, BH & QA buckets, Thumb and more!
John Deere 2520, 210Cx, 46BH
Cub Cadet 3204 with Blower & Simms Cab,
Ford 2006 F550 turbo diesel 4x4 w/11' mason dump, Wright Stander RH 52",
Better Outdoor Product Quick 32" WB mower, and more !!
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Thanks for posting those tractors. Interesting that they have the roll over bars in front of the driver instead of behind like they are on most tractors here in the US.
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Here are my two tractors, one is a 2009 Kubota L3240HSTC with about 150 hours and the other is a 2010 Kubota M7040 with about 45 hours on it. The skid is a Case 85xt with 3050 hours on it.

The M7040 is brand new and I bought it for just snow, so unless I find another use for it, it will sit until winter. The L3240 is used landscaping sometimes, but the Case will handle that kind of work in tight quarters a little better for us, So I have a feeling that one will be doing a lot more sitting too. But the M7040 is just plain to big to be bringing into peoples yards comfortably.
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Old 01-15-2010, 09:48 AM
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