What did you do with your tractor today?

MFDAC

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Guess I'm not alone thinking Kholers vibrate! Never had a runnable one before this MF1450.

Mowed our acre today. MF12G did fine. Some of it didn't need it but we are having a cookout tomorrow so it needed a touch-up.

DAC
 

chieffan

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Kohler dingles are about the same, mot the best when it comes to balance. The KT13's aren't much better as they ventilate the first jug area.
 

Propane1

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I transplanted a tree. Used the MF 12 as my portable wheelbarrow. Cleaning up this little spot to put a couple of small dirt piles. Nice to have a bit of dirt around to use if needed.

Hoping to clean up this spot but don’t want to loose the dirt.


Noel
 

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Propane1

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I moved some dirt with the loader. Some I shovelled in and some I use the tractor to get it in. Works some but hydraulic would be so much better. Make a great wheelbarrow. Hehe.

Noel

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SimplyRad

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The neighbor lady hadn't mowed her lawn for at least a month so I took my DA 916 and mowed it for her. I may end up selling her my Simplicity 7112H so she can mow easier, she only has a push mower.
 

Propane1

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A little more loader work today with the MF 12. Going home now to work on the Case. Sanding is gunna take place. Will be just a quick sanding. Not a show tractor.

Noel
 

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chieffan

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The Cub 1512 is back running again after a 4 week down time. Gets a good bath before I put the side shields back on. If that idler and belt were original and I believe they were they run for 35 years so I probably won't have to replace them again. Belt was real dry, cracked all the way around but no breaks except where it burnt in two. Don't take much to turn a fan though.
 

Propane1

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Had Grunt, aka LGT 100 Ford, out working in the potato patch today. We hilled the superior potatoes with the hiller gadget. Then we put the Brinly cultivator on and did between the rows. Rain coming so good to do. Rain will soak in instead of running off.

Noel
 

MFDAC

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Seat time on two MF's in one day, Noel! It's far and few between times I've gotten to do that but it happens occasionally. Maybe one of these days I will get to have seat time on 3 in one day!

DAC
 
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