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Re: My old 35 working

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09-04-2012 19:56:50

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I work my old 202 hard every chance I get and she loves it!! These old machines were built to work. They may not be as refined as some of the newer stuff but with proper maintenance they'll outlast many newer ones!

I like that grader your son built, simple but I'm sure it's effective. I added a rear gauge wheel to my back blade which helps but it's still not perfect.
Going to look at a TO-35 tomorrow with a Davis loader on it. If it's as good as it looks in the pictures it'll be a steal!

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09-05-2012 13:18:07

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 Re: My old 35 working in reply to Inno, 09-04-2012 19:56:50  

Inno,Hello, I have had one of those drags for 25 years I made from an old 3pnt carry all and 2 rusty I beams I made in a hurry as i had 60 dump truck loads of dirt to spread. It worked so well i kept it and put in severl lawns with it. My son just made me a new one as the old one looks bad, but i assure you it woks great.When i'm moving a lot of dirt i put a 1000 pnd. block of steel on it.,AS for the 35, I love mine, been a great tractor and will do a lot of work if you have the right implements. I have a 2000 ford with a allied loader but i like the 35 the best. Thank you for your interest and complement cheers-ed

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