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Was told by a member over at mytractorforum to join here and share my experiences and tons of pictures I have/had with the Ingersoll 4023PS. I bought the tractor brand new in '07. I used it for many tasks from mowing, snowblowing, splitting and chipping wood. I did have a tiller but never got a chance to try it out before selling the tractor. I acquired lots of attachments during ownership of the unit, some old and sme new. The best ones were used, that I restored to mach the beauty of the tractor.

I will try to get as many pictures up on a daily basis and explain any details best I can from memory about them.
It was a very fine machine and do miss it from time to time.

I owned the tractor while living in my home state of CT. I have since relocated to NC and am loving it here. I have since purchased a new JDx320 to mow with as my yard is just big enough to warrant a rider, just not enough for another Ingersoll.


Any pointers on uploading pic's will be appreciated.


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Mr. Underhill, I presume. :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :canada: :canada:


I asked Frank to send your butt over here because I missed giving you a hard time over your super-clean machinery. And I'm betting that you missed being chided over it just as much as you're missing Ingy ownership.

Now MU....... don't give me you stories about that Deere being better suited to your property than an Ingersoll would be. The stats don't support your claim.

The Ingersoll you loved has a 48" wheelbase but your Deere's is 49.4". Granted, it's a lighter machine at 681 lbs compared to the 900 or so of an Ingersoll but one is steel and the other is plastic. I'll leave it to you to figure out which is which.

The Deere's deck is 48"....and you could have that width with an Ingy.

So.................nice try, dude but no cigar.

All the same, welcome to the forum. Have some fun posting your photos and reliving the glory days when you used to own a real Garden Tractor instead of that Lawn Tractor you have now. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

:trink: :trink: :trink:

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MU Welcome to the site! :trink: We're glad you joined! :thumbsup: Sounds like a real nice setup you had, something I hope to have someday. Look forward to the pics. If you don't mind me asking, where are you in NC? I have a second place on the Eastern Shore of Virginia about a half hour from the bay bridge to Virginia Beach. Again, welcome to the site MU and hope you eventually can get back into a Case or Ingersoll for the new place! Probably wouldn't be a bad idea to have something like a nice Case 224 as a backup on your smaller property down south! :trink: :222: :446: Best regards, Rich
 

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Mr. Underhill, I presume. :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :canada: :canada:

I asked Frank to send your butt over here because I missed giving you a hard time over your super-clean machinery. And I'm betting that you missed being chided over it just as much as you're missing Ingy ownership.

Now MU....... don't give me you stories about that Deere being better suited to your property than an Ingersoll would be. The stats don't support your claim.

The Ingersoll you loved has a 48" wheelbase but your Deere's is 49.4". Granted, it's a lighter machine at 681 lbs compared to the 900 or so of an Ingersoll but one is steel and the other is plastic. I'll leave it to you to figure out which is which.

The Deere's deck is 48"....and you could have that width with an Ingy.

So.................nice try, dude but no cigar.

All the same, welcome to the forum. Have some fun posting your photos and reliving the glory days when you used to own a real Garden Tractor instead of that Lawn Tractor you have now. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

:trink: :trink: :trink:

Tom
Now that's what I'm talking 'bout. Good old ribbing soon as i join. I love it.
I bought the JDx320 with the 42" deck instead of the 48" as I did not want a fan assist bagger that is required with the 48"er. With and Ingersoll i'd have to go rear pto again to have a bagger and did not want the big bulk hanging off the side and rear. I know I went plastic a bit this time but honestly did not want such a large machine again. I know it's ok to over buy and have more than I'd ever use but that being said, the Ingersoll 4023 i had did all things well but mowing was not as user freindly as the conquest I had. I am not downing the Ingy at all as I owned them at the same time. I just used the Ingey for the splitting and chipping duties and the Simplicity for mowing. you have to admit they do have terrible turning radius. Not sure if they are any better nowadays.
Thanks for the warm welcome. Now all i need to do is figure how to post pic's.
It is not as simple as the other site at all.

MU
 

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More lame-ass excuses. :sidelaugh:

We have a tutorial in the help section at the top of the forum. If you're capable of tearing down a tiller to the last nut and bolt, then you should be embarrassed about having difficulty putting photos in your posts. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Just to show you that I'm the nice guy you always thought I was, you can post photos of your Deere in the Off Topic section. :thumbsup: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Oh.... don't be invitin' JV42 3/4 to this site either. :sidelaugh: The last thing we need are pics of that %@#^$#@#$$%@#$ thingy he keeps modifying. :crazy: :crazy: :crazy:
 
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