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3520 with 72 mmm

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chrisscholz
Join Date: Oct 2003
Posts: 104 iowa
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2006-05-23          129714


I mowed for the first time with my hydro 3520/MMM. This tractor has so much power, it is incredible. I was mowing through the edge of the pasture with grass 2 to 3 ft high, and the 7iron mower has so much suction, it would lift up the tall grass that I just drove over, leaving no tracks. I can't believe how fast you can go and still get a smooth cut. THis engine with the Turbo uses such a small amount of fuel. Overall, this tractor is a dream, whether I am using the loader or blade, or mowing. If anyone is considering a 6 month old used 3520 (or 3320) for a low price, Cross implement in Illinois has a model every 2 to 4 months that they rent to municipalities to mow baseball diamonds etc.

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cbookman1
Join Date: May 2006
Posts: 4 seattle
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2006-05-24          129755


I just ordered a new 3520 hyd/300cx/47 backhoe. I'm considering other implements like a box blade, back blade, and PHD. Any suggestions on brands, what to avoid or helpful tips?

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wippster
Join Date: Jan 2005
Posts: 2 Cavalier ND
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2006-05-24          129788


I agree with you on the power! very impressive! I am most impressed with the e hydro I don't think there is any room for improvement it's amazingly smooth. The only thing I was kind of disappointed with was the stock loader bucket it pretty soft, It was all bent up after the first day! I guess I should of order the heavy duty bucket. ....

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Iowafun
Join Date: Jul 2004
Posts: 955 Central Iowa
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2006-05-25          129826


Most of the major brands like Landpride, Woods, etc are all rated well and highly talked about. If you only need it for occasional use (non-commercial use), then the KK equipment sold by Tractor Supply Company works fine. I have one of their tillers and it works fine. But I only use it a couple of times a year. ....

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