new to the forums, im Joe, I live in SE wi and I have my heart set on two different yet similar tractors.
i found a 2004 JD X595 special edition with 525 hours with 54” HC deck and bagger setup, it also has the 3 point hitch but no PTO out back.
8800$. The unit is immaculate, I would...
I'm sick and tired of digging holes for planting trees. I'm going to have to also drill about 75 holes for a fence next year.
I was planning on buying a post hole digger that runs on the PTO, but I saw multiple people saying that running it is a hassle, so, for almost the same...
I've been using my x595 for a bit of tilling, and I can't get it to go back to being my trusty lawnmower.
I hadn't used the rear PTO in about 6-7 months, and when I turned it to the rear (relatively easily), I couldn't get it back to mid only. I didn't give it much thought since I was...
I recently did a service on my x595...and it seems I forgot I would have to raise the backend to be able to properly drain the front transmission fluid. So, as a result, I basically changed about 70% of it...or something similar.
My question now is...do I have to change it again...
I've been asking you a lot of questions about loaders and hydraulics, and now I'm getting closer to mounting my new loader on the x595.
My intention is to use the original mounting brackets (for Kioti CS2610) and adapt them to the tractor.
Here is the original version:
The sun is creeping from behind the clouds and spring is almost upon us.
So, I am on the lookout for a tiller. I have found a few options, and each has it's advantages and drawbacks.
My options are as follows: (numbers are in metric and RO currency just for reference and scale, don't...
Hello everyone. A few weeks ago I got a Stoll 150L loader for my x595.
It seems that the width between the arms is much smaller than the one on the 45 loader.
This makes it very difficult to mount, as the footrest and the break are in the way.
Since I have it, I'll have to make the necessary...
Please help me pick the right loader for my x595. I have to decide by tomorrow.
1. MX C1 - made by a French company, seems to be doing good stuff. I need to go through a dealer to get it - and they proved to be very unknowing of this model. I expect it to cost around €3,5k and...