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 04-19-2004, 13:40 Post: 83630
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With enough time and a little care, it's suprising what you can do with a CUT. Here's a picture of work in progress to prove it.
For more pics just delete picture name and click your browser.
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 04-19-2004, 14:26 Post: 83634
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"For more pics just delete picture name and click your browser."

OK, after a few tries I figured out how to see the rest. Bliz, you're a better man than I. I think I'll go outside and wax the paint on my bucket. Smile
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 04-19-2004, 21:00 Post: 83673
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Dave,
Believe it or not, just before I got into 'uproot' mode I had washed the tractor up pretty good so I could lube it. I've been taking advantage of a really dry spring to do some jobs I would normally attempt after mid-June. There's still a lot to finish, so water and maybe some HondaBrite left over from the motorcycle will be all the cosmetic cleaning I will do until Fall. I do try to keep the mud off the axel and front wheel seals. Actually the paint on the bucket has held up remarkably well. (Wish I had some pics of today's mud run...)
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 04-26-2004, 01:28 Post: 84309
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Some great pictures. You sure can do alot with a CUT. Just out of curiosity - how many HP is your Kubota? My JD is 20 HP but, me thinks it will do just fine for my purposes.






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 04-26-2004, 03:49 Post: 84313
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NHDaveD,
That's a muddy L3130HST, 24PTO HP, in the pictures.
I go nice and slow, use traction and hydraulic power rather than batter my way through with speed. May take a while, but I haven't broken or bent anything. Put up 2 new (and too big) 'benign' pics of tractor and woods, if you like pics.
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