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  1. #11

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    upper Mich.
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    Kubota L4610 HST with loader

    Default Re: 4 in 1 bucket tip

    Brady, Ill try and get a buddys d. camrea this week end and take a few photos and post them, I forget that new people are coming to this site all the time!! witch is great. It the bucket opens up like a clam and allows you to grabe on to things like logs, stumps ect. Long dosn't have a web site but I think that carver has a photo on their site if you want to check it out.
    Rich


  2. #12

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    JD 955

    Default Re: 4 in 1 bucket tip

    Appreciate seeing some photos. Here's a 4 in 1 website, unfortunately the images aren't too clear. http://www.bradco.com/prod4_in_1_bucket.htm


  3. #13
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    Goochland & Fluvanna Counties, VA
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    NH TN90F; BX-2200; Bobcats 430 & A300; Liebherr 621C, Exmark XP

    Default Re: 4 in 1 bucket tip

    http://www.bradco.com/prod4_in_1_bucket.htm

    clickable [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img], see the FAQs for details.

    Also note that Bradco limits the HP and lift to a max beyond which they will not honor the warranty. I had to get my dealer to back it up, since my setup exceeds Bradco's max. But the bucket is a good one.

    Jim


  4. #14

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    upper Mich.
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    Kubota L4610 HST with loader

    Default Re: 4 in 1 bucket tip

    Well I hope to try somthing like this next week. see what I can come up with. Thanks for the idea.
    Rich


  5. #15

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    Kubota L4610 HST with loader

    Default Re: 4 in 1 bucket tip

    Findly got time to get the camra and take a couple photos. Suer makes moving logs faster, mite not even mess with forks. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]
    Rich


  6. #16

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    upper Mich.
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    Kubota L4610 HST with loader

    Default Re: 4 in 1 bucket tip

    Well lets try this agin.


  7. #17

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    upper Mich.
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    Kubota L4610 HST with loader

    Default Re: 4 in 1 bucket tip

    Heres 1 more, you can see the pins I welded to the bucket, helps a lot.


  8. #18
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    Delaware
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    L4310hst-loader-hydraulic top link

    Default Re: 4 in 1 bucket tip

    Great idea Rich!!! Isn't it something that the simple ideas are the hardest to think of but once you get it you sure get it!!!
    You know my mouth is watering at the sight of that bucket.
    Gordon


  9. #19
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    northern calif.
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    JD-970

    Default Re: 4 in 1 bucket tip

    Rich, did you use the solenoid valve and joystick switch sold by Longs to plumb in your clam-shell rams to the bucket tilt circuit? If you did, how is it working out?

    thanks again,
    george


  10. #20

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    CASE 580 BACHOE JOHN DEERE 920 AND 820 FARM-ALL CUB

    Default Re: 4 in 1 bucket tip

    Hey just wanted to say awesome pictures of the 4n1 buckets. Great ideal about the rods you welded on the end to help hold things.. I was gonna suggest that when I usta run the big yellow equipment, we would have track loaders with 4n1 buckets. For grading large areas we would grab a long telephone pole or pipe usaully around 20' and grade large areas quickly.. Just a thought on these machine you could probally handle a 10 foot pole very easy to do some grading on large area. You guys keep the pics coming..


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