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Old 04-22-2007, 11:18 AM
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How about some pictures?

This is my L3400 with the neighbor's L5030. I REALLY like the cab and ac

Hope the air flow on the 5030 doesn't get plugged up like Reddog's
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Old 04-22-2007, 11:36 AM
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Good pics Jim!
That cab does look extra nice.
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Old 04-22-2007, 12:16 PM
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Good pics Jim!
That cab does look extra nice.
Here's more of the 5030 with its trailer.
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leveling ground for the new barn.

That's a Woods 20A160 Pulverizer on the 3 point.
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more of the site preparation and the barn kit from 84 Lumber.
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Here ya go .................. all you want!

http://s8.photobucket.com/albums/a24...45s%20Tractor/
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Those are great. What's the white stuff? you plowing a salt field?
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Those are great. What's the white stuff? you plowing a salt field?
Don't eat the yellow stuff bro!
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What type of truck does you neighbor have to pull that trailer/tractor?
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Jim - how does that Pulverizer work? Does it really level stuff out or does it just scratch the surface?

Please post some before and after pics of that thing in action if you have a chance.
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Jim - how does that Pulverizer work? Does it really level stuff out or does it just scratch the surface?

Please post some before and after pics of that thing in action if you have a chance.
I'll look and see if I have any more pictures taken when were were preparing the ground.

The pulverizer works great. I'm not sure how deep it would go. We used it for the finish leveling and rock removal. We had an 80 x 30 place to level with a 2' drop across the long side. I wanted 6" of crushed granite for fill. I tilled the high end and took 6" off and we added dirt fill on the low end using the fel's and a box blade. After the walls were up we added the crushed rock and rolled it again.

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few more of the barn construction.
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That is going to be one nice barn. Is it 80 x 30 (the size of the area you were pulverizing)?
It looks big. But .... I know how it goes. My pole barn is 28 x 70 and it seems small when I get a couple boats and my tractor in there.
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The barn is 24x48, 48x12 main aisle, with 4 12x12 stalls. There is a 12 overhang outside the stalls making the area under roof 48x36. there is a 20x24 equipment shed on the end.

This is the tractor shed. I'll get some pics of the completed structure this afternoon.

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not quite finished, the gray stuff on the right is stone dust to be spread in the turnouts. Couple of barn residents in the background. The fence closest in the picture is the back yard and the picture is taken from the porch.

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Very NICE Jim!!! Looks GREAT! Those residents sure have a nice place to live in.
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I'm jealous Jim. Someday I'll get a barn.
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