Each time I use my D42T successfully I remember all the help I have had from ACME and ACMOC members in getting my machine operable.
Today we took it down to my sons Scout Troop clean up day. This is at a 170 acre reclaimed coal mine property we use to camp, teach skill and generally have fun.
We spread stone on the drive; pushed out 20 plus stumps to open up more campsites; opened the cleared limits of downed trees, brush and small spoil piles. The D4 operated great. It made a real difference for a good organization.
The boys hand dug two hundred feet of ditch to empty a stagnant pit and picked up load after load of brush and branches. We cut in a trail to a strip pit/pond to make the areas a little more accessible.
So, simply said, "Thank You". Know that even the seemingly smallest suggestion or idea is useful to someone more times than not. Keep up the good work.