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Nice, The tail lights look good, What trailer is that?
It's my old agri-fab single atv trailer. I think the new ones have 2 axles. It's been worked hard but keeps going.
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Nice, The tail lights look good, What trailer is that?
It's my old agri-fab single atv trailer. I think the new ones have 2 axles. It's been worked hard but keeps going.
Nice, I've seen the 2 axles one in pics.
I like the single axle one you have. I got my trailer last weekend from Atwoods it's a Blackdiamond 17 cu/ft. pictured in my 1st post with my Wiener dog.

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Take it You don't Have the IH 3point and Brinly adapter for the 782 so You can use sleeve Hitch Implements with it?
No, unfortunately all I have is the push blade and mower deck. If the engine wasn't expiring I would search them out. It uses as much oil as gas so I have to get it to the small engine shop this winter.
Joe if you are interested in the Brinly sleeve hitch shoot me a message. This ones sitting around gathering dust.

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It really doesn't appear to be that many of us XT3 owners on this forum. The dealer where I bought my XT3 (Landmark Equipment) said I was the 12th XT3 he has sold this year. He had 2 more ready to go on his show room floor. I also didn't see any other lower end models on the lot like the XT3 GS, or a XT2 he only had XT3 GSX models and then large CC ZTurns. His place looked like, go big or go home. He mostly carried the top of the like in different branded equipment. This dealer also carried rental equipment.

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It really doesn't appear to be that many of us XT3 owners on this forum. The dealer where I bought my XT3 (Landmark Equipment) said I was the 12th XT3 he has sold this year. He had 2 more ready to go on his show room floor. I also didn't see any other lower end models on the lot like the XT3 GS, or a XT2 he only had XT3 GSX models and then large CC ZTurns. His place looked like, go big or go home. He mostly carried the top of the like in different branded equipment. This dealer also carried rental equipment.
The XT3 series is Popular. But Keep In Mind forums only represent a small Percentage of Lawn & garden tractor owners

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It really doesn't appear to be that many of us XT3 owners on this forum. The dealer where I bought my XT3 (Landmark Equipment) said I was the 12th XT3 he has sold this year. He had 2 more ready to go on his show room floor. I also didn't see any other lower end models on the lot like the XT3 GS, or a XT2 he only had XT3 GSX models and then large CC ZTurns. His place looked like, go big or go home. He mostly carried the top of the like in different branded equipment. This dealer also carried rental equipment.
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Yes Sir I thought about that

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Here is mine.

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Joe if you are interested in the Brinly sleeve hitch shoot me a message. This ones sitting around gathering dust.
Thanks for the offer. I started the 782 up yesterday, there's no way I'm running it right now with the way it smokes. I'll call Cub on Monday and see if they have an update.
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Thanks Sergeant for giving me the heads up on this thread, life has been pretty hectic lately so I haven't been around as much as I would like.

Anyhow, this is my XT3 GSX. I purchased it in June of this year, and overall I'm pretty happy with it, though there are a few mild irritants that carried over from the GT2k series.

Coincidentally, today I just purchased a NOS 2016 Bercomac 48" snowblower, in Cub Cadet livery. This, along with the electronic options, should make this the easiest winter I've had in years.
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Also, courtesy of Sergeant, I've got a lovely sleeve hitch... that I still haven't used.

Found a used Brinley box blade for a decent price, but I'm trying to compare it to the Agri-Fab and if it's not as strong I'll hold off.

Also, I suspect that you see less XT3 machines because of the price premium they hold.
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Also, courtesy of Sergeant, I've got a lovely sleeve hitch... that I still haven't used.

Found a used Brinley box blade for a decent price, but I'm trying to compare it to the Agri-Fab and if it's not as strong I'll hold off.

Also, I suspect that you see less XT3 machines because of the price premium they hold.
I bought a used Agri-fab and can say that it is not up to the task it's built for w/o modification. Mine has thin tubing that connects to the hitch and with use the bolts have indented the tubing heavily. The PO flipped the hitch to the other side and promptly pulled the bolts into it as well. They need modification as detailed in this thread and I have bought the iron to mod mine for use.

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Also, courtesy of Sergeant, I've got a lovely sleeve hitch... that I still haven't used.

Found a used Brinley box blade for a decent price, but I'm trying to compare it to the Agri-Fab and if it's not as strong I'll hold off.

Also, I suspect that you see less XT3 machines because of the price premium they hold.
Get the Brinly they are well Built I have Had One for 16 years I killed the Agri-Fab Model In one Year Bought it In 2001 Replaced it In 2002 and Have never Looked Back . I would Like to Get Agri-Fab's rock Rake and Disc though I also Prefer Brinly's Cultivator over Agri-Fab's

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.... overall I'm pretty happy with it, though there are a few mild irritants that carried over from the GT2k series.
Just curious what the mild irritants you mentioned are. Thanks, Rudy.
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.... overall I'm pretty happy with it, though there are a few mild irritants that carried over from the GT2k series.
Just curious what the mild irritants you mentioned are. Thanks, Rudy.
The two most bothersome are the location of the electric lift, and the **** headlight lenses. The former is just in an odd spot, and the later it something that is not fitting of a $5k machine.

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