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So far I have a Wallace boom pole, Wallace carry-all, Fimco Sprayer, 60" Caroni RFM, International 60" back blade, International 60" box scraper.
Is there anything else I need.......?? :D
 

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Bud unloading it. He spent a few hours with me the first night and then came back out 3 days later for 2 hours when I had some minor trouble
 

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I remember when they dropped off my tc35.It looked great all waxed up sitting on the rollback.Couldn't wait to go move my various piles of dirt around, then I gave it a bath.Great looking tractor LOL. .Randy:p
 

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They dropped my 1715 off a day after a bad snowstorm. It showed up with salt spray and road grime all over it. Didn't matter, I was tickled to get it.:D

The first few days of a new tractor great. Going over every inch, checking and rechecking all the fluid levels. Tearing into dirt piles.

Do I look happy?
Yes OhioTC18, I recognize that smile.:D The ear to ear grin is what a new tractor brings.

Nice looking unit.
 

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Great looking Tractor. A guy a few houses down has a similar one. Are these assembled in the USA? Not saying it is bad if they are not, I was just truly curious where they are made. :confused:
 

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I wish they were produced in New Holland PA. but I think not.Took a ride to New Holland a few years ago[2 hour ride],there were hundreds of new tractors and farm machinery in the storage lots. .:winky: very impressive. Randy
 

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OhioTC18,
You asked what else you needed, a post hole drill, a back hoe, a PTO powered generator, a PTO driven cement mixer, a sickle bar mower, a snowblower (yeah, you have the bucket, but blowing is fun), a log splitter, PTO driven water pump, a 2 bottom plow, and a..., and a.., and a... I quess it is time for my medication. I just get so excited when I see brand spankin' new stuff getting a new home. Congratulations on your new tractor!!:) :)
 

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Foolish question....is that a 60" belly mower????:question:

How much property do you take care of with that fine piece of equipment?

I would have to kick my wifes vehicle out of the garage for the tractor. Then I would have to move into the shed!
Nice pics!!! Thanks.


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Joe,
I have the PHD, must have forgotten to mention that :D
The PTO generator doesn't interest me too much........I have a Generac whole house generator I need to get hooked up soon.
I was afraid the TC18 wouldn't hold up too long with the backhoe, but getting the cash from the wife would be the hard one. I guess I could use the PTO water pump to help drain the pool every fall :D I need to look into that.
We very seldom get enough snow at once to use a snowblower....except last year:(
I have an electric concrete mixer for the few times that I have to use one. Besides I hear the PTO type dont dump very well on these compacts.
 

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Stewart,
Yes thats a 60" mower deck. I replaced a 42" Craftsman with a Yanmar YM1700 with a 60" rear deck. I needed a mower deck on this one that cut what I was used to cutting or it would take longer to mow the 2 acres I have. It actually cut my time in half just because it's a belly mower.........Gawd I love this thing :ride:

I actually kicked MY truck out of the garage when it was delivered. I made room in the mini-barn real quick for the tractor
 
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