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A few hundred thousand, give or take a few thousand. Also, I suppose it depends on if I count the scanned pages of manuals and brochures, that could add a bunch more.
 

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I'm not so sure I have that much effect on the world. Perhaps a little effect on the IH Cub Cadet world, but beyond that, pffft.
 

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Used that awful green colored thing to move the rake out of the pole barn so I could load it onto my trailer to haul home to use to prep an area for over seeding. I do have to say that this loader tractor sure comes in handy. Also used it to move the 62" deck from the pole barn so I could install it on my mom's X585 (no photos) and moved one of my wife's kayaks out of the pole barn to the trailer.

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Used that awful green colored thing to move the rake out of the pole barn so I could load it onto my trailer to haul home to use to prep an area for over seeding. I do have to say that this loader tractor sure comes in handy. Also used it to move the 62" deck from the pole barn so I could install it on my mom's X585 (no photos) and moved one of my wife's kayaks out of the pole barn to the trailer.

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OMG! Kraig, you sure you don't need therapy now after being on a GREEN tractor? You poor man!
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What's the chunk of steel that's standing up straight on the LH loader mount? The left overs of a cab?

I have to admit, no matter what colour, a loader is the cats azz to have around!
 

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LOL, I think I'll be OK.

That chunk of steel is a ROPS, there's one on each side, just an extension of the loader mounting uprights. Here it is hauling my 54" mower deck. I bought the pallet forks for use on the big JD 5210 when I had to move a ten cord semi load of 8' firewood logs. They are amazingly handy to have, I use them all the time on both loaders.

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