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 08-17-2000, 09:14 Post: 18912
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Are there any women operators/owners out there who would share their tractor info. I have a new John Deere 4300 after using a Ferguson TO30 for 40 years. Quite a change! I am 71 years old, yet still find mowing a very pleasant chore.






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 08-17-2000, 16:16 Post: 18922
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JoAnn,
Not sure what sort of information you are looking for, but I too am a woman and enjoy my little tractor alot. Have been using it for grading, clearing, augering, some back hoeing, digging and etc.. It is one handy tool and kind of a neat passtime to be out by yourself. I assume this is what you are talking about and congratultation for still being active and having fun Smile
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 08-20-2000, 16:08 Post: 19007
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jerri, glad you responded to my request about women and tractors. You do many different tasks with your tractor and seem very comfortable using all the attachmnents. I only use a 6-foot blade and a 5-foot brush-hog. Have a wonderful old heavy blade that is spring loaded to change positions. I can pull the handle down and kick the blade to the proper setting. I like to keep the road smooth as possible. It(the road) is made up of mostly caliche with some gravel on it. The blade is hooked on to the old TO-30 and I seem able to keep the thing running by cleaning the old carburator now and then. My mower is attached to the new Deere 4300 with a front end loader - this way I don't have to change implements!!!!!! I am not very good w/the loader - haven't lost my fear when the front tires come off the ground! Still, it's wonderful for carrying heavy loads. Thanks for responding, Joann






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