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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Construction Attachments Compact 4-in-1 Multi-Purpose Bucket

    OK....now lets go to work. Hope you enjoy the pictures!
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    Paul

    NH TC40DA - Salsco Chipper, LandPride 72" Finish Mower, Jacobson B40 Blower, Pronovost 72" Rear Snowblower, York Rake, Quick Tach Pallet Forks, 94" New Holland 918 Flail Mower, Construction Attachments 4 in 1

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    Default Re: Construction Attachments Compact 4-in-1 Multi-Purpose Bucket

    ^^Thats sexy !

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    Default Re: Construction Attachments Compact 4-in-1 Multi-Purpose Bucket

    Be careful you don't scratch it!

  4. #24
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    Default Re: Construction Attachments Compact 4-in-1 Multi-Purpose Bucket

    Just a quick followup. This bucket is a beast. Runs very well. Solid, well made. As noted by others with a 4 in 1, capacity is a little less, but, is easily balanced off by the benefits. Alot more time in the seat, less in and out of the cab.
    Paul

    NH TC40DA - Salsco Chipper, LandPride 72" Finish Mower, Jacobson B40 Blower, Pronovost 72" Rear Snowblower, York Rake, Quick Tach Pallet Forks, 94" New Holland 918 Flail Mower, Construction Attachments 4 in 1

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    Default Re: Construction Attachments Compact 4-in-1 Multi-Purpose Bucket

    Sorry to hijack, but can you tell me about your 94" flail mower?

    I can't decide what mower to buy. Looking at bush hog twin spindle 84" and Caroni flail mower. Both are in $2,500 range.

    Would really like a 8' flail mower. How do you like yours? Mind if I ask price?

  6. #26
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    Default Re: Construction Attachments Compact 4-in-1 Multi-Purpose Bucket

    Quote Originally Posted by scuvnut View Post
    John - definately a great thought, but I'm all over it. Interestingly, I purchased everything I needed for a great price from Discount Hydraulics. I ordered items on a monday and box arrived Tuesday. Hydraulics are hooked up and ready to roll!
    Just wanted to make sure you didn't make my mistake. Your bucket (and tractor) look great!

  7. #27
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    Default Re: Construction Attachments Compact 4-in-1 Multi-Purpose Bucket

    Quote Originally Posted by Builder View Post
    Sorry to hijack, but can you tell me about your 94" flail mower?

    I can't decide what mower to buy. Looking at bush hog twin spindle 84" and Caroni flail mower. Both are in $2,500 range.

    Would really like a 8' flail mower. How do you like yours? Mind if I ask price?
    No hijack at all...glad to share. I started with a 72 inch Landpride rear finish mower. Liked it but had the opportunity to buy the 918H. Its a real beast - I can pretty much destruct anything with it - very heavy duty. One day I can knock down some real nasty stuff and the next day, it gives me a very nice cut around the yard. I grabbed it off of Craigs List and feel I got a heck of a deal at $2000. The deck had been in a barn, covered with a tarp after its first five hours of use. The thing did not even have a scratch on it.

    I like it so much that one of these days, I 'm going to put my Landpride 72 RFM up for sale.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.
    Paul

    NH TC40DA - Salsco Chipper, LandPride 72" Finish Mower, Jacobson B40 Blower, Pronovost 72" Rear Snowblower, York Rake, Quick Tach Pallet Forks, 94" New Holland 918 Flail Mower, Construction Attachments 4 in 1

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    Default Re: Construction Attachments Compact 4-in-1 Multi-Purpose Bucket

    Quote Originally Posted by jmc View Post
    Just wanted to make sure you didn't make my mistake. Your bucket (and tractor) look great!
    Thanks for the compliment! I did end up running into a funny little situation. I did my homework and called Construction Attachments directly to ask them what size quick attaches I needed. They gave me their engineering division who told me 3/8 agricultural. Of course, it arrives with 1/2 inch Flushface. The good thing was that I had a set of 1/2 inch agriculturals that I could steal from another set of hoses I had made that I did not need right away.

    I have to say that the folks at discounthydraulichose.com were great - each time I called for something, they sent it out the same day and I received it the next day...even with starndard UPS ground. I do live in CT and they are in PA, but their customer service was superb.
    Paul

    NH TC40DA - Salsco Chipper, LandPride 72" Finish Mower, Jacobson B40 Blower, Pronovost 72" Rear Snowblower, York Rake, Quick Tach Pallet Forks, 94" New Holland 918 Flail Mower, Construction Attachments 4 in 1

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    Default Re: Construction Attachments Compact 4-in-1 Multi-Purpose Bucket

    Quote Originally Posted by scuvnut View Post
    No hijack at all...glad to share. I started with a 72 inch Landpride rear finish mower. Liked it but had the opportunity to buy the 918H. Its a real beast - I can pretty much destruct anything with it - very heavy duty. One day I can knock down some real nasty stuff and the next day, it gives me a very nice cut around the yard. I grabbed it off of Craigs List and feel I got a heck of a deal at $2000. The deck had been in a barn, covered with a tarp after its first five hours of use. The thing did not even have a scratch on it.

    I like it so much that one of these days, I 'm going to put my Landpride 72 RFM up for sale.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.
    Thanks. You got a great deal. I can't find anything close to that.

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    Default Re: Construction Attachments Compact 4-in-1 Multi-Purpose Bucket

    For anyone following my journey with this new 4 in 1, an update.

    After having this bucket for only a short time, I have used it for many different tasks. It makes pulling shrubs, bushes and small trees an absolutely easy task, I move wood around my woodpile without having to get chains out, picked up and spread 10 yards of mulch and 2 yards of topsoil (graded the latter) and loading up brush into the dump trailer is much easier. Overall, it keeps my butt in the seat much more, which is always a good thing.
    Paul

    NH TC40DA - Salsco Chipper, LandPride 72" Finish Mower, Jacobson B40 Blower, Pronovost 72" Rear Snowblower, York Rake, Quick Tach Pallet Forks, 94" New Holland 918 Flail Mower, Construction Attachments 4 in 1

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