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Re: Winter farm work

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Case Nutty 1660

01-12-2020 08:00:47




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I am not sure guessing the Invecty or how ever you spell it,, but I will see if it says




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Ande

01-12-2020 20:12:02




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 Re: Winter farm work in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-12-2020 08:00:47  
Your close Tom (Iveco), when they are kept like you have mentioned, it would seal the no sale to me. We always had rental units, and if I didn't check them when they returned somebody else did that would make sure they were clean and levels up, fuel where it was suppose to be. It will probably get the best care its had at your farm.



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Case Nutty 1660

01-13-2020 03:56:30




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 Re: Winter farm work in reply to Ande, 01-12-2020 20:12:02  
Thanks Dan it was indeed sad to see it being taken care of this way,, I am not sure what to really say to them when I take it back, they do not give a squirt what I have said to them before,, but I am not impressed I had to buy 5 gallons of Def for a 1/2 tank of dsl,, and then I used just about a full tube of grease on it,, as I greased it twice,, I sure do not mind greasing it once in the 7 1/2 hours run time I have on it now, (will be 8 or just over when I road it back) but I could have shaved another hour off the meter had I not had to make a extra trip back to the house and job site if it had been filled with Def and greased when I rented it like I was told it was,, I am just being petty I suppose but where they charge me for a certain time limit per day the machine should be working and not roading back to do service they claimed they did,, I would have done it before I went to the job had I known about the level gauge on the Def tank, no matter it is done, I already bought the extra jug of Def and again greased the hoe so it is indeed in far better service condition than we I picked it up and I learned a bit about a current machine in the process so I will chalk it up to education. I Love the seat in looks and comfort
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