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    Platinum Member aesanders's Avatar
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    Here are some pics of my two wheeler BCS (among some other pictures as well).

    Flickr: Photos from aesanders71
    John Deere 2320 w/ 200cx loader and Imatch, 48" Frontier Rotary Cutter, 48" Frontier Box Blade, 60" Frontier landscape rake, BushHog post hole digger, arena drag, cone spreader.
    Simplicity Conquest garden tractor
    BCS 830 2 wheel tractor w/ 26" tiller
    Gravely ProTurn160 XDZ

    Pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/simplesanders/

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    Here's a few of mine hooked to a trailer with another project on board. Last two pics are the gas tank after I moved it to the front of engine, away from muffler, had trouble with vapor lock during hot weather this summer and Joel at Earth Tools suggested 100LL AV gas, this was easier solution. Last pic is with the tank in original position, and before paint and new decal from Earth Tools, Joel is a gold mine when it comes to these machines.
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    Here is my homemade wheelbarrow attachment. I keep the grass down around my place with the 31" brush hog from Joel at Earthtools, works well, I have run over some hidden rocks and stumps, and have not destroyed it yet. The BCS has worked out well, I can get under all the oak trees, and mow some steep slopes without any problems.


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    Platinum Member aesanders's Avatar
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    Default Re: Post pics of your two wheeler

    Both very cool BCS machines.

    Bentworker, what tires do you have for your BCS. They look very nice?
    John Deere 2320 w/ 200cx loader and Imatch, 48" Frontier Rotary Cutter, 48" Frontier Box Blade, 60" Frontier landscape rake, BushHog post hole digger, arena drag, cone spreader.
    Simplicity Conquest garden tractor
    BCS 830 2 wheel tractor w/ 26" tiller
    Gravely ProTurn160 XDZ

    Pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/simplesanders/

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    Smile Re: Post pics of your two wheeler

    Here are some pics of my Gravely with a 40" mower. When I change implements I'll take more pic's.

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    Default Re: Post pics of your two wheeler

    Aesanders,

    The tires are 23 X 8 X 10 Dunlop KT401 tires. You can get them for $50 each from Motorcycle Helmets and Motorcycle Accessories at Motorcycle Superstore They are out of Medford Oregon.

    The bigger tires help out a lot with the mower, it got the engine up out of the way so I can actually drive it across a ditch without getting stuck.

    Peter

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    Platinum Member aesanders's Avatar
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    Thanks, I'll check the store out. Those tires look like they will come in handy.
    John Deere 2320 w/ 200cx loader and Imatch, 48" Frontier Rotary Cutter, 48" Frontier Box Blade, 60" Frontier landscape rake, BushHog post hole digger, arena drag, cone spreader.
    Simplicity Conquest garden tractor
    BCS 830 2 wheel tractor w/ 26" tiller
    Gravely ProTurn160 XDZ

    Pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/simplesanders/

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    Default Re: Post pics of your two wheeler

    I bought a receiver like you have on your bucket at Farm/Fleet, looks like it would work great.. I dont have it welded or bolted yet, but soon, I have a clamp on one and it moves too easy while under load.. You think you have an original idea, stick around a while, somebody already did it..
    If ya don't do it when ya get to it, ya may never get to it to do it again

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    Platinum Member aesanders's Avatar
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    I got the idea for the reciever from reading these forums. I think just about everything has been thought of already.

    It does work well. Since I'm not much of a welder, I just drilled some holes and bolted it right up. Only took a few minutes to do and now I can move the trailers around really easy.
    John Deere 2320 w/ 200cx loader and Imatch, 48" Frontier Rotary Cutter, 48" Frontier Box Blade, 60" Frontier landscape rake, BushHog post hole digger, arena drag, cone spreader.
    Simplicity Conquest garden tractor
    BCS 830 2 wheel tractor w/ 26" tiller
    Gravely ProTurn160 XDZ

    Pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/simplesanders/

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    Default Re: Post pics of your two wheeler

    Quote Originally Posted by Bentworker
    The bigger tires help out a lot with the mower, it got the engine up out of the way so I can actually drive it across a ditch without getting stuck.
    Interesting...I've a similar problem with my 853 with the sickle bar when cutting in a ditch.

    But...how much do they increase ground speed? I use second gear when mowing, and it's a comfortable walking speed. Do you have to jog to keep up?

    And, I keep it in low gear when tilling...can't imagine going much faster than it does with the stock tires, but that probably depends a lot on ground conditions.

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