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    Gold Member duckhunter27's Avatar
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    Default Trailer mover

    fast and easy trailer mover my rear bobcat blade has holes for differant angles i just hand screwed a trailer ball in center hole just remove if i need to spin blade throw ball in tool box works great.
    Duckhunter. Nebraska.
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    Gold Member duckhunter27's Avatar
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    Default Re: Trailer mover

    Dang I forgot the pic's. this was just a fast and easy way of moving trailers. And it work great.
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    Duckhunter. Nebraska.
    Bobcat CT335 HST, FEL, Bob Tech bucket,48 inch Pallet Forks, 7 ft rear blade, 5ft MF bushhog, BB2566 Land Pride Box Blade, Post hole digger, 2 bottom Dearborn plow,12 acres.

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    Default Re: Trailer mover

    I did same thing with my box blade !
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    Default Re: Trailer mover

    Wow ! that's to easy. Never thought of that, my rear blade has the same setup with the holes on both sides.

    I'd probably flip the blade around for a little less weight on the 3pt.

    I think my rake is the same as well.

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    Default Re: Trailer mover

    Quote Originally Posted by JB4310 View Post
    Wow ! that's to easy. Never thought of that, my rear blade has the same setup with the holes on both sides.

    I'd probably flip the blade around for a little less weight on the 3pt.

    I think my rake is the same as well.

    JB.
    I was wrong, mine is different, could still do it with the top frame hole when the blade was reversed though.

    The rake would not work, holes are on the sides.

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    Default Re: Trailer mover

    Finally, an impliment that comes with a trailer hitch! That's reason to buy one right there..
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    Default Re: Trailer mover

    Yeah couldnt belive how easy it was, I just happened to have blade turned backwards but on mine it will work either way I just hand tighten trailer ball so i can remove it easy. I was always going to weld a reciver hitch on my box blade but guess now i dont have to . I also keep ball in tool box so i can put it on pallet fork if i want to agian i just hand tighten.
    Duckhunter. Nebraska.
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