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 10-23-2004, 19:40 Post: 99129
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50 hr. report card 33DA, First service.
Not a single problem.
Oils were clean,Air filter clean, fuel filter dirty.
*Radiator and hood screens clogged with every use.*
* TRACTOR IS TO NARROW AND WILL TURN OVER IN A HEART BEAT.
MUST USE REAR WEIGHTS AND FUILD IN TIRES.
CAUTION USEING FRONT END LOADER.*






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 10-23-2004, 20:01 Post: 99131
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Most any tractor without rear ballast of some sort can become a handfull trying to keep the rear wheels down.






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 10-23-2004, 20:13 Post: 99132
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Tractor being ref. had fluid filled rear tires and 5' rear drag blade attached. I should had noted that, sorry. Tractor has been flawless in all other aspects but it will kill you.






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 10-24-2004, 02:05 Post: 99141
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You have to keep your load low. That tractor has the widest track and the lowest center of gravity in its class. BUT when using the loader you have to keep it low, regardless of any make or model tractor. We have sold hundreds of those units and never had one roll yet.






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 10-24-2004, 04:24 Post: 99146
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I've had my 33D with fel and 300 pounds of rear wheel weights now for 16 months and have not noticed it exhibiting any tipsyness. As oneace says I never run my tractor with the loader higher than it meeds to be. I've never had one single problem problem with this tractor and the service requirements are very straight forward and easy to accomplish.






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 10-24-2004, 09:15 Post: 99156
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Like the others have said, The higher the load is carried the tippier it will be.
Also, the stronger the loader the more ballast required.
Can you add some more weights to your rear blade ? It will make a huge differance..






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 10-26-2004, 20:47 Post: 99326
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Ok, thanks for the thoughts, It apears I should procede with the 300 lb. wheel weights ref., my dealer wants 500$? Can I buy elsewhere? thanks jeff






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 10-26-2004, 20:58 Post: 99328
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If your rear tires are already loaded and the rear blade isn't heavy enough, can you just hang some weights on your backblade ?
I hang John Deere front end weights on my backblade and boxblade. (45 LB weights)
Helps keep the tractor more stable, plus makes the blade cut in better if needed, and the weights are easy to move from implement to implements or remove if I don't need them.






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 10-28-2004, 09:51 Post: 99387
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Reminder to also keep and eye out for depressions in the ground. You can really get surprised if a front wheel drops into a depression regardless of how low the loader is.






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 10-28-2004, 10:44 Post: 99393
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There is a company called EZ Weights, I believe, that uses some kind of a quick attaching system on the wheel and weight lifting [olympic barbell type] plates and is reportedly less expensive than OEM. Like others have mentioned you can add weight to an implement or use a ballast box.






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