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  1. #41
    Super Member CompactTractorFan's Avatar
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    Default Re: Your Dream Attachments List

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    It would be a neat story if someone hit the lottery and made a post asking for everyone's shipping info..

    If I hit I'll give it some thought...on my way to a private island populated by the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders
    Kyle - CompactTractorFan

    Kubota BX25 w/R4's (23 hp, 17.7 PTO hp), Loader, Backhoe, 60" Mid Mount Mower, Cyclone Rake Z-10 Lawn Vacuum, CountyLine Carryall, Ferris 48" Walk-Behind Mower, Honda 21" Walk-Behind Mower, Mighty Mac 4" Chipper/Shredder,
    2000 Dodge Intrepid, 2012 Ford F-150 EcoBoost

  2. #42
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    SSTT (Sideways Snake Tain Tractor) and STB (sideways train box) tractor, dirt harvester

    Default Re: Your Dream Attachments List

    tractor.
    --mfwd
    --heated cab
    --a/c as well
    --min 3 back hookups,
    --min 3 front hookups
    --chains for tires that are easily removable.
    --sets half way low to ground (to many hills for mowing)
    --everything with quick connects.
    --hydraulic upper link
    --clutch for pto shaft

    attachments.
    --3pt bat wing finishing mower ((to much yardage)) maybe a gang of rollers vs rotating blades.
    --3pt bush hog (just a little bit wider than tractor) (enough to allows me to back up near some edges on creaks and water ways to deal with brush and drive through woods without having worry to much about hitting a tree.
    --post stamper ((why dig holes then back fill?))
    --3pt backhoe
    ----larger size bucket and a smaller 8" to 10" bucket with optional side scrapers on bucket small bucket for some trenchs, larger bucket for some other things.
    ----hydraulic thumb
    --3pt box blade
    --front loader snow blower ((forget the constant forward/reverse to plow))
    --standard front loader bucket. ((does come in handy moving materials from one side to other side of property.))
    --grabel for front loader ((trees to posts for fence))
    --3pt wood splitter
    --3pt wood chipper/shredder
    --3pt generator ((living out in no were land, power can go out and be out for some time))
    --3pt plow min 2 on bottom. ((enough area that needs to be broken up and graded plus doubles for quicker use in a small garden))
    --3pt disc ((along with chain harrow, help smooth things out vs taking the old metal hand rake to level things out for seeding grass)).
    --chain harrow
    --3pt smaller tiller that covers at least one tire, no need for both tires. ((smaller garden. but also to allow me to back up into ackward areas to get the dirt were a disc and chain harrow can not be dragged into.))
    --pto driven sprayer smaller size say 100 to 200 gallons with some booms that can sit low to the ground or high off the ground and a couple hand wands. and easy to reach handle on both sides to disengage pump on tank itself. ((if i have to fill it a couple times so be it. rather re-fill a couple times vs letting stuff set in the tank and messing things up.))
    --pto driven self priming water pump or like. ((to deal with some lakes, but also serve as optional fire saftey, being able to pump water quickly.))
    --1000 gallon to 2000 gallon water hauling tank on wheels. ((watering garden / trees, or using for initial cleaning of tractor / equipment for well water and soap is used to final cleaning))
    --optional turf tires vs standard r-1 tractor tires that are already on hubs for quick switch out. while r-1 tires can be driven on grass. it can tear things up.
    --low rid 16ft min dump trailer with low removable sides on it. ((lifting logs up into it. not breaking my back to lift clear up in back of truck bed or on a hay rack. ))
    --front loader boom reachs say 30 feet high. why have a crane, ((think pallet forks for front bucket but long pole, with a block and tackle hooked to a front mounted winch.)). comes in nice for trusses, but also lifting things such as small boat or paddle boat up out of the lake))
    --small tool box located between front and rear tires on both sides. ((to carry some pliers, some wrenchs, rags, bottles of water. prybar. roll of wire. other words basic tools to deal with things as they happen))
    --wire mesh fence stretcher
    --barb wire rollers
    --3pt air compressor with a gun for fence staples. or generator with bigger platform that can hold an electrical air compressor.

    other.
    --300 to 500 gallon tank (gas or diesel what ever tractor requires)
    --pole barn large enough to drive up to each one and hook up. without having to move things around to get to each attachment. with radiant heating in floor. with a small cubby hole. to drive tractor over to make easier draining oils and working on underside of tractor and equipment if need be.
    --grease gun on long hose with some quick attachments around pole barn
    --air compressor with air dryer and oiler filters with different hookups around barn.
    --tool boxes on wheels that are easy to move around.
    --log chain 100 ft min to pull the selected cut down trees up and out of some areas before being cut up.
    --200 ft cable to help direct some trees as they fall.
    --power washer
    --500 gallon water storage tank, with float valve, timer valve and water meter valve that triggers a solinoid valve that fills tank from well. ((living on a well. only so much water can be had at a time.))
    --some 55 gallon drum up on a rack, that has a smaller size gravity flow nozel like a (gas pump nozzle) for hydrualic oil and engine oil. for tractor and vehicle.

    hhhmmmmsss that is it for now i want.

  3. #43
    Super Member CompactTractorFan's Avatar
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    Default Re: Your Dream Attachments List

    Sounds like you have everything all planned out!
    Kyle - CompactTractorFan

    Kubota BX25 w/R4's (23 hp, 17.7 PTO hp), Loader, Backhoe, 60" Mid Mount Mower, Cyclone Rake Z-10 Lawn Vacuum, CountyLine Carryall, Ferris 48" Walk-Behind Mower, Honda 21" Walk-Behind Mower, Mighty Mac 4" Chipper/Shredder,
    2000 Dodge Intrepid, 2012 Ford F-150 EcoBoost

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    JD 4610 eHydro w/ 460 FEL, JD 3140 w/GB 660 FEL

    Default Re: Your Dream Attachments List

    Just ordered a 48" grapple today so that's off the list

    Dreams are great but listen now I'm just telling all ya'all my NEEDS not my wants - that's my story and if questioned by SWMBO I'm sticking to it

    in JD Green only:
    15' med duty used bat wing
    old but fine 3 btm. plow
    a flex planter
    12' or bigger disc

    6' tiller, new and most likely a Howse

    6 to 8' grader (you know the kind with the sideways blade)

    top-n-tilt
    4-n1
    bucket grapple kit

    Not sure who makes these:
    plastic mulch putter outer thingy majig
    2 seat trans planter

    That's my story and I'm sticking to it
    JD 4610 eHydro w/460 FEL - best stress relief I've ever had! JD 3140 with SG2 cab and a big loader- a country boys dream, '11 625i with deluxe cab - ride it every night

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    Veteran Member deereman75's Avatar
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    1946 cockshutt 60

    Default Re: Your Dream Attachments List

    My list- A TRACTOR

    But I might actually be getting one this weekend, a 1949 massy harris pony (I am 14 and will have to borrow money for the $1000 asking price) comes with a sickle bar mower and a plow

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    My wish list is not too greedy. Very happy with my B7610. I do wish that I included a backhoe with the new tractor/implement package purchased back when the ecomony was better and I had spending money. Would have come in handy more times than I can count.

  7. #47
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    Branson 4720 with loader and backhoe

    Default Re: Your Dream Attachments List

    We had a MH Pony when I was a kid. It pulled a single bottom plow fine if I worked the split brake just right. If I was too slow on the brake one wheel would start to spin and I'd have to lift the plow, back up and start again.

    Had both a PTO and a wheel for running a belt. Used a proprietary hitch/lift for the cultivators and plow, but if you have those already you're set. If not, you can also use pull-type implements.

    Backing up a larger tractor, it was a darned useful little machine for the 20 acres we had. I had to smile when I read on tractordata that it had only 11 HP!


    Quote Originally Posted by deereman75 View Post
    My list- A TRACTOR

    But I might actually be getting one this weekend, a 1949 massy harris pony (I am 14 and will have to borrow money for the $1000 asking price) comes with a sickle bar mower and a plow

  8. #48
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    2010 Kubota MX5100 HST

    Default Re: Your Dream Attachments List

    -New United Box Blade
    -Jake Rake
    -Phoenix Tiller
    -Harley Rake
    -New RFM
    -PTO Spreader
    -3PH Blower (Not Snow)
    -3PH Snow Blower
    -Pallet Forks
    -Root Grapple
    -Auger
    -Agrimetal Mulitvac 10120 (Costs More than Tractor) Agrimetal - Leader in golf and debris equipment
    -PTO Generator

    Stuff to Get into the Haying Business:
    -Baler
    -Rake
    -Wagon
    2010 Kubota MX5100HST (50HP) 4WD w/ LA844 FEL Bucket, Unloaded R4's

    2005 Kubota BX2230 (22 HP) 4WD w/LA211 FEL Bucket Unloaded R3's,60MMM, 4ft Woods Rotary Cutter

    2006 Deere L110 42" MMM

    1978 Wheel Horse C141 42" Blade, 42" MMM, and Wagon

    15 Year Old

    Member of the TBN "Young Gun" Club

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    Deere 317 & L118

    Default Re: Your Dream Attachments List

    Quote Originally Posted by kubotadriver4life View Post
    -New United Box Blade
    -Jake Rake
    -Phoenix Tiller
    -Harley Rake
    -New RFM
    -PTO Spreader
    -3PH Blower (Not Snow)
    -3PH Snow Blower
    -Pallet Forks
    -Root Grapple
    -Auger
    -Agrimetal Mulitvac 10120 (Costs More than Tractor) Agrimetal - Leader in golf and debris equipment
    -PTO Generator

    Stuff to Get into the Haying Business:
    -Baler
    -Rake
    -Wagon
    Nice list!

    I have to add one, a backhoe with a thumb! Not for the Yanmar, a bigger tractor of course.
    My Fleet:
    2004 Deere 317 Skid Steer Loader
    66" Construction bucket, imatch QA adapter, CU72 Jake Rake, Middle Buster, 60" Landscape rake, 54"x 48" Pallet forks
    2005 John Deere L118
    42" deck

    Check out my rakes: www.Jakesimplements.com

    Member of the TBN "Young gun" Club

  10. #50
    Super Member CompactTractorFan's Avatar
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    Default Re: Your Dream Attachments List

    Quote Originally Posted by kubotadriver4life View Post
    -New United Box Blade
    -Jake Rake
    -Phoenix Tiller
    -Harley Rake
    -New RFM
    -PTO Spreader
    -3PH Blower (Not Snow)
    -3PH Snow Blower
    -Pallet Forks
    -Root Grapple
    -Auger
    -Agrimetal Mulitvac 10120 (Costs More than Tractor) Agrimetal - Leader in golf and debris equipment
    -PTO Generator

    Stuff to Get into the Haying Business:
    -Baler
    -Rake
    -Wagon
    Nice list! I've had my eye on that Agrimetal vac for a long time. It would make clean up so much easier! Here is a similar unit...

    ProLine Turf Leaf and Debris Sweeper Vac
    Kyle - CompactTractorFan

    Kubota BX25 w/R4's (23 hp, 17.7 PTO hp), Loader, Backhoe, 60" Mid Mount Mower, Cyclone Rake Z-10 Lawn Vacuum, CountyLine Carryall, Ferris 48" Walk-Behind Mower, Honda 21" Walk-Behind Mower, Mighty Mac 4" Chipper/Shredder,
    2000 Dodge Intrepid, 2012 Ford F-150 EcoBoost

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