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    Default Re: Cool or Rare Attachments

    only "unusual" implement we have is the remenants of a wood framed beaver slide. ran off a pto winch setup on the back of a 40s IH pickup.winch line runs to the top over a pulley and down to the forks. run the winch in it powers the forks up the inclined frame and dumps into the stack. let the clutch in to let the line back out and the forks decend. if i had a scanner id post pics of it in use back in the 50s of my grandather and greatgrand father putting up loose hay.

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    Default Re: Cool or Rare Attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by 1950T View Post
    only "unusual" implement we have is the remenants of a wood framed beaver slide. ran off a pto winch setup on the back of a 40s IH pickup.winch line runs to the top over a pulley and down to the forks. run the winch in it powers the forks up the inclined frame and dumps into the stack. let the clutch in to let the line back out and the forks decend. if i had a scanner id post pics of it in use back in the 50s of my grandather and greatgrand father putting up loose hay.
    I saw that once about 54 years ago but it was a small tractor going backwards and forwards to lift the forks.

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    Default Re: Cool or Rare Attachments

    there is still a few in use out west in montana wyoming and such up in the high country

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    Default Re: Cool or Rare Attachments

    Interesting I had to search on it as I have never even heard of a beaver slide. Is this what you are talking about?
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    Default Re: Cool or Rare Attachments

    that be it.

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    Default Re: Cool or Rare Attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by CubMon View Post
    How about an ice cream maker? Oh, you meant attachments that exist...

    Someone must have something 'off the wall'!?!?
    There was a Youtube video of a guy with a Willys jeep that ran an ice cream maker off the PTO (couldn't find it). He had built a platform attached to the bumper and put a pulley on the PTO and on the ice cream maker. While I was searching for it, I came across a note about a guy with an antique tractor who did the same thing and made ice cream during parade drives.

    So I think an ice cream maker is an attachment. I may just have to try that...
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    Default Re: Cool or Rare Attachments

    Quote Originally Posted by deere4320 View Post
    Hi All,
    This is just a thread to post all of you cool or rare attachments and explain them (if needed). Any attachment that you find interesting!
    Don't own any these but heres some I took pics of recently in case some of you's missed it under "photos".
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    Default Re: Cool or Rare Attachments

    Chain harrows aren't rare - or even unusual. But I think the way I have mine set up possibly makes it one of a kind. I purchased four 4'x4' heavy duty (5/8") tine sections and an 8' pull bar, then connected them into the 8'x8' configuration you see in the photo. I next added three sides to the pull bar, used sections of 1.5" drilling pipe. Finally I fabricated a six foot removable extension to my boom pole to lift the whole thing.

    P.S. it's for sale by the way, for anybody that's interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg_g View Post
    Chain harrows aren't rare - or even unusual. But I think the way I have mine set up possibly makes it one of a kind. I purchased four 4'x4' heavy duty (5/8") tine sections and an 8' pull bar, then connected them into the 8'x8' configuration you see in the photo. I next added three sides to the pull bar, used sections of 1.5" drilling pipe. Finally I fabricated a six foot removable extension to my boom pole to lift the whole thing.

    P.S. it's for sale by the way, for anybody that's interested.

    //greg//
    Thats a great idea!!! It's 10x better than having to drag that thing on the ground back to the barn
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    Default Re: Cool or Rare Attachments

    Since you guys mentioned the ice cream maker I will post a picture. I took this about a year ago in Northern Maine. The tractor is an old Farmall F-12 and the ice cream maker is truely PTO driven.
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