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  1. #21
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    Hydraulic post hole digger for front mount FEL. I don't have actual pictures of mine yet (these are stock pictures), but if you get one, make sure you get the offset set up (second picture) so you can see what you are digging. Otherwise if you get a center mount one intended for skid steers you may need a second person on the ground to guide you. These FEL mounts are way better than 3 pt as you don't have as much of the wobble that a 3 pt allows (sometimes holes then go at an angle) plus you can reverse the auger if you get stuck under a root or rock and can't lift the auger out. If you already have hydraulics for a grapple, you should be set. Otherwise you will need to add them. Make sure you don't oversize the hydraulic motor depending on your hydraulic GPM capacity.
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    I ordered a hydraulic drive sickle bar which attaches to my bucket. This will be useful trimming back overgrowth around fields and along my paths. First read about it on TBN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LouieJunior
    I ordered a hydraulic drive sickle bar which attaches to my bucket. This will be useful trimming back overgrowth around fields and along my paths. First read about it on TBN!
    Interesting, who makes those?

  4. #24
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    Default Re: Favorote Quick Attach FEL attachments???

    Probably this one

    Sabre Samurai | Features

    Mine should be on the way, they finally billed my card yesterday. Their stateside warehouse was out according to the lady I talked to, and they were waiting on enough production to keep shipping costs down... Steve

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    Nice. Now if they could make it extend and retract for going under a fence while driving parallel to it. It looks handy without that, but if it could extend it would be really nice. hhhmmmm, it would just be a mater of attaching it to a hyd cylinder, and maybe have that cylinder swing away if hits something too solid.

  6. #26
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    Default Re: Favorote Quick Attach FEL attachments???

    Quote Originally Posted by BukitCase View Post
    Probably this one

    Sabre Samurai | Features

    Mine should be on the way, they finally billed my card yesterday. Their stateside warehouse was out according to the lady I talked to, and they were waiting on enough production to keep shipping costs down... Steve
    Will look forward to your review... have been eyeballing this myself.

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    Default Re: Favorote Quick Attach FEL attachments???

    Quote Originally Posted by RitchElbe View Post
    Before I learned that a JD 4100 can have additional hydraulics added to it. This was our solution for digging and trenching. Frame from scrap around the stockpile and the bucket was $37 at the local scrap yard. Attachment 294115
    I love it.
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    Default Re: Favorote Quick Attach FEL attachments???

    #1. Ratchet Rake from Tractor Supply $300
    #2. Bucket Solutons' clamp on Bucket Spade $380
    #3. Payne's clamp on Aluminum Debris Forks $800
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    Default Re: Favorote Quick Attach FEL attachments???

    Quote Originally Posted by BukitCase View Post
    Probably this one

    Sabre Samurai | Features

    Mine should be on the way, they finally billed my card yesterday. Their stateside warehouse was out according to the lady I talked to, and they were waiting on enough production to keep shipping costs down... Steve
    We use one to maintain our horse trails. Its fine if you keep your speed down and dont try to cut much above 1" dia. It has a built in swivel to protect against bending overload, but still u need to take care.
    larry
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    JD 127 bushog, Flail, SK Tilt Tatch , KK tiller, Rhino rear blade, Post driver, post auger, chipper, pallet fork, Grapple/Loader Buddy, Homemade Splitter/DC Welder

  10. #30
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    Default Re: Favorote Quick Attach FEL attachments???

    Larry, I appreciate the heads up on being "gentle" - planned on it anyway, at least til I see the beast "in the steel" - which should be soon, the box just showed up from UPS, and apparently was too heavy to destroy like some stuff.

    hchxoom, you may have to settle for Larry's "nutshell" for a bit, I still have about 37 other projects with higher priority before I can add 3 more hydraulic circuits on each end of my 580b to run this thing. My mind is now filling with "what if" ideas for it, so maybe by next fall I'll post some cool stuff... Steve

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