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 06-06-2004, 22:20 Post: 87888
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 Sharpand usefull new front end!

WOW!!! did you see the new front ends on the Boomers? I cant believe the extra visual benifit from it along with how sharp they look! I cant believe the other big 2 have not kept up with the times on improving the users visual awareness along with better night vision. What a great idea.
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 06-06-2004, 22:22 Post: 87889
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Wait a month to see the new 20 series Deeres!






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 06-06-2004, 22:44 Post: 87892
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I was just having some fun with the post. I kept seeing the title, what an ugly new front end" and it was killing me! Laughing out loud
So is deere going to a new look?






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 06-06-2004, 22:51 Post: 87894
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Just looking at your pics, do you need to put your rops down to get in your garage? I really messed up last year on being cheap and NOT putting in a taller garage door. Although I did not know I was buying a tractor at that time I still knew some day I would be kicking myself for that. I guess it just gives me an excuse to build a utility holding bay! This one will have a 14' door and be preped for heat, never know when I am going to buy some logging equipment.






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The new 20 series Deeres will have a lower hood that curves downward and use new loaders that match the profile. It looks to be copied from the Boomer designs, but NH had a good idea with those.






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I have about 2-3" of garage door clearance with my ROPS up. It's a 12 foot garage and it would have been nuts to go with a low garage door, but in retrospect I should have gone even taller with the door.






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Yes, with my rops down I have around 2" of clearance. I cant believe I had no forsight at all and decided to cheap out on the building especially the doors. Oh well live with it and build a bigger one asap!
Light just went on in Brokens head!!!!
In 5 years or less I will be adding on to my house in preperation for my move. My wife wants everything in this retirement house (that was the deal, she will move as long as she gets what she wants in the new house) I guess I could just add a little more to the garage that will be attached and happen to put in a tall door? Hmmm Its a plan! Might just have to wall that section off too just wouldnt want her to accidently pull up too far and nick my tractor!






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 Sharpand usefull new front end!

I too, really like the hood design on the new boomers. Recently I purchased my first NH tractor with the ROPS. It will fit in my garage. A few years ago I built a detached garage and increased the overall height by extending my foundation three rows of 8" block above the floor. Then I constructed a standard wood frame stud wall. My door opening is approximately 9 ft high. My problem with the ROPS is low hanging tree limbs. I can do real damage to my trees if I am not careful. One other item, I love the NH blue color, as I live in Central Kentucky and pull for the "Big Blue", University of Kentucky Wildcats.






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