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    Gold Member LouieJunior's Avatar
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    I don't know how BukitCase can wait to utilize his new toy? I felt compelled to get mine hooked-up the day it arrived. Even though it was 14F weather! I'll manage tol get some pictures posted pronto.

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    Default Re: Favorote Quick Attach FEL attachments???

    Louie, don't have a lotta choice - I'm still recovering from rotator cuff surgery, plus a complete right biceps re-attachment. Gonna be a while before my friends quit calling me "lefty"...

    Also, I have several projects planned for the BH that will require 3 new hyd. circuits at each end - a 3 position, one with float, and a motor control/flow control for loader bucket AND for the hoe bucket. I'll need to run hard lines along the hoe sections and loader, then set up QD's for each, build a mount for the right fender for two 3-section valves, plumb it all up, likely add a transmission cooler in the return (flow controls tend to add heat) - All this in addition to modding the front bucket for QA (See Puckgrinder's thread) -

    Hopefully I can get this all done before I croak, 'cause it will definitely make things a LOT easier to keep on top of if I'm doing it with little levers instead of BIG, NON-hydraulic tools :=)

    Sooo, it's not like I'm actually WAITING - I'm just not DOing much... Steve

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    Lefty, Sounds like you have a busy future. Good luck with all the upgrades and especially your recuperation. Getting this samurai was a big project for me -- tells you what my skill level is!

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    Default Re: Favorote Quick Attach FEL attachments???

    Yeah, don't plan to be bored unless I live to be 180 :=)

    I'd been trying for the last year to find a usable sickle bar for less than $1200 that was worth bringing home, followed by probably a month of messing around and another $600 in hydraulic parts/steel, etc, when the Samurai popped up (here, of course:=) so I consider myself lucky NOT to have had that particular experience (modding an old pitman arm relic trying to make it "petite" enough to handle, etc)

    BTW, on their website FAQ's one of the questions was whether the teeth were smooth or serrated - the answer was "smooth, so you can re-sharpen" - yet mine showed up with serrated teeth. Same with yours? Just curious... Steve

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    Here are a few photos of my new saw. The teeth are serrated, and appear easy to remove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LouieJunior View Post
    Here are a few photos of my new saw. The teeth are serrated, and appear easy to remove.
    Looks great. We want a review after about eight hours use.

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    Default Re: Favorote Quick Attach FEL attachments???

    I have several nice FEL attached implements...but my favorite HAS to be my snowblower. Its powered by a 3 point attached 25 gallon hydraulic tank hooked up to a 3,000 PSI, 15 GPM pto powered pump. I hope to add the loader mounted post hole digger some day.-side-view-blower-bracket-1-a-ready-blow-roof-jpg
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    2011 Kioti DK45SE HST CAB tractor/loader, Jimna 6" - 3 point wood chipper, 60" JD Brush Hog, JD 60" Rototiller, 3 point post hole digger with hydraulic assist, 3 point spring tooth rake, Fimco 55 gallon weed sprayer with 12 foot boom, 3 point hydraulic wood splitter (home built)
    Quick Attach 79" loader mount snowblower & rear powerpack
    Quick Attach 84" Snow Blade
    Quick Attach 42" pallet forks

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    John Deere 2520, 1989 John Deere 185, 1960 Panzer T70B

    Default Re: Favorote Quick Attach FEL attachments???

    I have a front three-point adapter and use my carryall on the loader all the time. I find it to be very convenient to just go grab it with the loader when I need to move something and not have to drop the rear mower.-img_2003-jpg A loader mounted trailer hitch is also very handy.-img_1459-jpg
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