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Getting the ole 3012 in better shape.(Updated)

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joshuaareed
Well I have been pretty busy lately with side jobs and regular work, but I managed to get a little time to do some much needed work on my 3012. I have also been busy getting ready for our third child to be born in November, that will be fun. I finished my snow plow, and found a double acting cylinder for my power angle. I have swapped out the Ag front tires to tri ribs(thanks Mooseman. I acquired a set of wheel weights for the rear, just threw a coat of white paint on the today and mounted them up. I am waiting for my new governor gear to arrive later this week so I can put the engine back in her and hopefully that fixes my governor issues. I am working on my mower deck for my 7116, so I took a moment to see if the chains I had laying around would fit as well as my other non simplicity plow. Well I hope you all enjoy the pics.










Well I did get the new Governor gear installed and she purrs like a kitten.

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pungo
You have a lot going on there, the hydraulics setup looks clean,the new tri-ribs are ultimate(I may yet get some)and the wheel weights combined this thing is ready for work.Is this custom work?Do all thoes of that Model have that front pan? Thanks!

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joshuaareed
If you are referring to the Oil Pan still attached to the frame, then Yes. I had 16X6.5/8 Ags on the front last winter but they really floated in the snow and made it hard to steer, so I am hoping the tri ribs will help a great deal by cutting through the snow instead of riding on top.

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