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Nice work Rob. Soil sure looks good, I don't think I see a single rock in your garden. Very different than here on my hill top. And, of course, the tractor looks great too.
 

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Looks like a great job/day to me :thThumbsU
 

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Well rob that will be me tomorrow Plowed My Garden on Sunday and today and Put the Hydraulic tiller On tomorrow on the X485 and Go till as Much as I can since I have 3 acres to do at my place:thThumbsU
 

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Nice work Rob. Soil sure looks good, I don't think I see a single rock in your garden. Very different than here on my hill top. And, of course, the tractor looks great too.
I till up a good sized rock once in a while, I tilled up a square piece of steel today, its pretty heavy, I just went out and measured it.

Its 10'' wide and 22'' long and with the rust its 3/8'' thick. I took three pictures but the bride only had one and didn't put it on with the other pictures, she said she will put it on later.

Anyway it was a good sized clunk the first time I hit it, then on the second pass I hit it again and pulled it out.

I'll put it on later.

Rob
 

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wow, previous tractor parts? Your garden looks great, along with your tractor.
 

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Rob, you may just have the most pristine looking X7xx on this board- seeing it getting dirty seems so out of charactor lol.
 

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I sure envy such a well kept tractor... Beautiful tractor, garden
 

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Nice work, Rob! The tilling looks like it is done to absolute perfection.:thThumbsU

The piece of steel looks like something from a fireplace -- flew damper or maybe ash hatch? Amazing it didn't damage the tiller.
 

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A fine looking machine that does a super job in tilling that ground too :congrats:.

Nice area of land you got there along with some fine looking compost bins :rauch10:.

:thanku: for the pics !.
 

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Looking good as always! I remember seeing a youtube video of you tilling before. The background gave it away for me. :)
 

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Very Nice! As always jealous of the set up :)

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All that waxing Rob does repels any dirt that even thinks about sticking to it. In fact I saw two pieces of sand walking down the road yesterday complaining about people that wax tractors :sorry1:

Nice work, Rob! The tilling looks like it is done to absolute perfection.:thThumbsU

The piece of steel looks like something from a fireplace -- flew damper or maybe ash hatch? Amazing it didn't damage the tiller.
I was thinking a damper of some sort.
 

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Tractor looks showroom quality! and the garden is near perfect!-not a single stone! NICE! That chunk of steel is huge! Hope there was no damage, then again the 647 tiller will toss that stuff around like a toy!
 

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Tractor looks showroom quality! and the garden is near perfect!-not a single stone! NICE! That chunk of steel is huge! Hope there was no damage, then again the 647 tiller will toss that stuff around like a toy!
When I get done tilling I'll run the tiller while I rinse the dirt off, and it looks like everything is okay, lucky though it didn't bend something.
 
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