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    Thanks for allowing us to follow along. Always great work!!! Enjoy the tractor......trust me you earned it.

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    Thanks everyone,

    I know it's all nice and shiny,, but, to test the travel relief,, the easiest way for me to test what that was set at,, was to stick the bucket into the ground and drive forward,, till it buried itself. No wheel spin, and the pressure relief was set at about 2200 psi.

    So, by sticking the bucket into the ground,, I'm already over the fear of getting scratches or getting it dirty for that matter. :)

    He's a worker tractor,,,,

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    Yep, it's best to just go ahead and get that first scratch out of the way that way you can get to business with it. Lol looks good.
    P.s. I think that tractor would look good in my garage. Lol

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    I don't know Lionel...a few scratches already? You should just give that dinged up one to me and start over again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CaseNoob View Post
    I don't know Lionel...a few scratches already? You should just give that dinged up one to me and start over again.


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    Chris, I probably should send it on down, shipping and crating is a bit on the expensive side though. I'm thinking the better thing to do would be for you to pick one up locally and get very intimate with it. Never fear, I'm not going any where's and rest assured, I'd be cheering you from the sidelines. Just think, by the time you'd be done, you'd have to debate, do I put a scratch on it or not. Tough decision that is, but once you taken the plunge, life is good!

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