Congrats on the new tractor!Thanks for any suggested starting maneuvers or skills you care to share.
My advice is to put a chair in front of your garage with a sign taped to it that says "LOWER ROPS". That all I have to offer.My new tractor (L3560LE) is going to be delivered on Thursday, along with some implements (box blade, grapple, rotary cutter). I've never driven a tractor larger than my lawnmower - which technically is a garden tractor I guess.
So, my question is, are there any recommendations on anything I should start with before just yelling "Whooo Hooo" and going to town with the grapple or another implement? Because I really want to just jump on and yell "whooo hooo". But, don't want my enthusiasm to lead me to an "ohhh nooo" moment instead.
Thanks for any suggested starting maneuvers or skills you care to share.
I wasn't looking at cab models. At all. Then, my wife said, "You should go with a cab. We're doing this once, and while clearing snow in that open seat is probably okay now, in 20 years when you're in your 70s, you're going to wish you had the cab. Wind, cold, snow. Just think about it." [Doing this once, referring to buying a tractor one time and keeping it long term.]Nice looking tractor. I wish I had a cab sometimes.