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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by farmerknowsbest, Apr 6, 2009.
Hmmmmmmn. I don't think I like your tone. HEHEHE.
Have you ever thought of using the excavator to load silage for feed?
Ugh, nope. Though that is probably because all of our feed for the cattle is in tower silos.
I rather like the rake also. It built very well and works equally so.
Well hopefully the D5M serves us as well as the CX210 has so far. Will certainly make things go a lot faster in the future.
This time of year maintenance is basically all we are doing. Completely rebuilding the corn planters and field cultivators replacing all the wearing parts. Spring is coming fast and there is much to do yet before we can plant.
What's up with the clearing rake on the D5M? Aren't the teeth supposed to be pointing down?
No worries. That was the day we dropped the dozer and rake off to be attached. It was just leaning against the blade. The teeth will be pointed down next time you see it.
Oh thank God, I thought some one really screwed up.
Nope, no one has screwed up yet. HEHE.
I really hope it is finished soon, getting the itch to get into the field.