Suggestions for buying a small tractor:
-get the next size up
-get the most horsepower
-buy all the implements at the same time

Fellas on the patreon been asking me to do a tiny tractor tummy time with tommy took a look just asking. If - and this is any good at all i'll - tell you what a tool? What does everything is no good at everything, however, this tool was made for tractor for for attraction engine for towing for pulling this being just one size over a garden tractor. That is a lawnmower. I would prefer myself a bigger size, but it suits the misses.

Just perfect and every time you turn around somebody's using the jesus thing, so it can't be all bad. It's got a year roughly a year in 330, some odd hours of service i'll, tell you what i don't like about it and what i do like about it. This is the 2038r other than being expensive and here's the thing you'll never you'll, never regret buying the best tool you can. Of course i didn't buy this.

The bank owns it. We just give them a payment, like you, do your rant with use and growing familiarity kind of, despite myself, i i like it. The only problem is it's. If it came in red, it's got.

The three-point hits been around since christ was a cowboy fit every single implement on all of christendom onto your wife's rear end. It's got the four-wheel drive with the adjustable brakes either side, so you can kind of swing your ass around never had to use it. Actually, it is the diesel and because it's over 25 horsepower, it's got the particulate filter, which is a pain in the cunning linguist. But the other option to that is to have an anemic tractor, and i still find this occasionally because it is a hydrostatic drive.

It does not have enough power, it will stall itself out when you're into the pile mucking hard. This is not what it's for it's not for for mine and mucking, but you know as a filthy mucker. On occasion myself, i do like to have that power at the ready. I really don't like the fittings.

A number of these ones leaked and needed to be replaced right off the hop and the way that the cylinder arrangement is in there. They have an adapter of some sort and it's about the width and girth of a thimble. You just look at it the wrong way and she pops off these cylinders. 700 bucks, not the pair mind each so what i ended up doing there.

I knocked one off and i had to drill and top it just to get us out of a dilly of a pickle but of course, all the schmoo in there and then the seal starts leaking and then it's leaking down and so forth. So yeah. I think i'm just noticing here the john deere paint being super expensive. They i'm surprised they went so zealous with it on the rod.

I don't know what to see yeah they they nitride the other cylinders, but this one's just painted on the end. And, of course, it's got to come all the way down. It's got to bottom out so that not just plain no good at all. Just when you thought it was safe to trust somebody else, eh nope turns out.

You got ta check everything, some guys, don't care for the forward. Reverse pedals, some guys like to change gears. I like it and the fact that it's hydrostatic, when you're in gear, it's essentially like a break the hydrostat breaks for you. If you let off either of these two accelerators a couple of critical upgrades, some wages to know how heavy you're lifting and how much pressure, we also tweaked up the pressure a little bit in a previous video, you got to make sure that you're on level ground, Not be an idiot because these things are super tippy and with the increased power comes increased responsibility if and you're spending the banks money anyway, you might as well get them to chuck one of these on the bill post hole.
Digger comes in super handy, not just for digging posts, but for digging holes for trees to plus seedlings uh, outhouses, all kind of things. It's nice to be able to dig a hole, quick fast in a hurry pertinent to bumping up the pressure, a ballast box. What goes on the end? I got mine loaded right, full of lead in the backside. That gives me room to use it as a tool box as well, and that prevents your tippy topness from tipping over this and grapple useless by the time you get around and it doesn't eh you're better off just getting a snow bucket.

That is a big bucket. Throwing the garbage in there and cutting it off this thing, waste of money get yourself a snow bucket as well. You can see. I got the millennium falcon here.

I made a couple special modifications myself, but useful just for running garbage around boy howdy partner. They pay for themselves in busted operators chairs taking bites out of it, get yourself some chains as soon as it starts getting cold put them on and leave them on, don't take them off until summer. Most important thing of all you got ta have forks, you got ta, get yourself a set of forks you'd, be using them all the time box. Blade come in super handy, as you can tell by the countenance i paid cash for this.

One wasn't willing to pay for the green paint on something. That's essentially just for smoothing out the drive it works. Uh works a treat and it's got the ripper shanks on there. If you got to dig a little deeper these things, you got any property super useful.

I'm of the opinion, creed, color, don't matter, it's all junk broke down by the side of the road. Whatever color you choose to get you go with the guy. What gives you the least sleazy vibes? That's that's my criteria. If you're looking for a tractor just go well, here's the thing: if you're thinking you need a tractor, it's too late, you need a tractor super super useful, but go ahead and get them to stick all the implements on the bank's bill because doing it piecemeal after The fact is, a pain in the air just get her all delivered.

You sign that one dotted line and you're set, and then you get an added bonus. You don't get to negotiate with the budget troll. Every time you need an implement. You just go in the back 40 and it's there, so the rule is get yourself more power than you think.
You need get yourself the next size up tractor than you think you need and buy all the implements. At the same time.

By AvvE

14 thoughts on “Deere 2038 tractor and implements”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Phil Nation says:

    A hydraulic top link is a game changer too. Makes it so very easy to change the angle on your box blade, cutter, etc and ain’t that much to spend for the convenience of just popping a hydraulic lever a little vs. gettin off and twisting the screw to change the angle.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars joe says:

    ive got a poulan pro garden tractor from 1998 and its still starting and chugging along like new. i need to get afew more attachments for the old thing when i get the money but someday i will either be snow blowing or plowing

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bob says:

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  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Fox Haz Hax says:

    Just had to hop on your most recent upload and say thank you. Our little green ryobi twist drill at work started smoking instead of spinning today, but since I'm an AVE viewer I knew to tear it down, recondition the commutator contacts on the motor shaft and re-file the brushes.
    Now it works like normal again.
    Thank you, Uncle Donny 😎

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars bob rosco says:

    so i got some problems here. I looked at what was available for tractors, turns out they dont make them with enough horsepower and they are all too small according to the rules in the vidjeo. I tought about a kirovets k700, but they are nla, but thats about the size i think i need. Now it turns out that over here they decided that we dont need big tractors like that. Guess ill have to go without a tractor for now then.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Amit Mishra says:

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  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kentucky Beardsman says:

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  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Geoff Flato says:

    A good hydraulic shop could properly replace the ports on those cylinders for about $200 per cylinder. My shop actually repairs a lot of things of that nature for the local John Deere and Kubota dealers

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Geoff Flato says:

    A good hydraulic shop could properly replace the ports on those cylinders for about $200 per cylinder. My shop actually repairs a lot of things of that nature for the local John Deere and Kubota dealers

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Foxberg's Fabbercobblin says:

    Dude the I match, now given my cheap ass went 1023e, but quick connect deck n the 120r aka the good loader of that size, can go from mowing to loader n ballast in 5 min. Great for my one acre n the shop… Bringing work in and out of the shop, back saver with a limit

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Fatboys Outdoors Channel says:

    We have four 6R series tractors. We usually put 300hr on them in 2 months or less. They are ok, we have a lot of electrical issues with them. Sensors and stuff.

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Luke Escamilla says:

    We had to start over as far a equipment gose a few years ago and got a used 120 horse tractor of course it was a little big for the hay equipment we are running but man let me tell you when you need the thing there is nothing it can’t do.

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ismynickname1986 says:

    Sir, i need Help. I've seem to recently properly hit the misses(German) with some hot schmoo with all the potential consequences confirmed as of today. If possible a advice Video for a Dutch dad making a Dutch/German Mix would be approciated.

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars OffroadCanadian says:

    Have a 3520 with the 38 horse and is before the time of the emissions crap in 2008 but still could use more power just doesn't lift as much as I would like. Most usefull thing ever.

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