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    There used to be an attachment known as "Super Pan" which was billed as sort of a poor man's FEL. It went on a 3pt hitch and was used in reverse. As I recall they were quite wide. Does anyone have any experience with them and are they still in business? Thanks.


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    Default Re: Super Pan

    Sounds like it might have been a brand name for the 3-point hitch "scoop" like Tractor Supply and a lot of other places still sell.

    Bird

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    Default Re: Super Pan

    CADPlans has a loader that mounts on the 3pt. Seems like that might be close.

    Steve



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    Default Re: Super Pan

    Steve -

    Now that's an interesting site.

    I've been looking forward to building a simple implement or two just for the fun of it, but here's a place that sells plans for all kinds of build-it-yourself projects.

    All of you tinkerers need to check out www.CADPlans.com.

    Way cool. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/cool.gif[/img]


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    Default Re: Super Pan

    I just got one for the back of my Goldoni Universal 224 - which is noty very well suited for a front loader because its articulated. Hope it works for me.
    Quote Originally Posted by DennisY View Post
    There used to be an attachment known as "Super Pan" which was billed as sort of a poor man's FEL. It went on a 3pt hitch and was used in reverse. As I recall they were quite wide. Does anyone have any experience with them and are they still in business? Thanks.

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    Default Re: Super Pan

    Check out Westendorf's loader site. They have a selection of 3 pt loaders for smaller tractors. I have a WR 20 with the 60" box and the aux hydraulic lift. Although I don't use it that much, it is handy for moving sand, limestone, gravel and mulch.

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    Default Re: Super Pan

    The nomenclature used today is Pond Scoop or Dirt Scoop. These come up for sale, used, on eBay fairly frequently.

    My first tractor was a clapped out Deere 750. Despite hard use it soldiered on. I liked it.

    VIDEO: tractor pond scoop - YouTube

    eBay: Pond Dirt Scoop in Business and Industrial Supplies | eBay
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    Default Re: Super Pan

    Quote Originally Posted by DennisY View Post
    There used to be an attachment known as "Super Pan" which was billed as sort of a poor man's FEL. It went on a 3pt hitch and was used in reverse. As I recall they were quite wide. Does anyone have any experience with them and are they still in business? Thanks.
    Google "Tractor rear bucket". There are still quite a few options.

    The Pat's Easy Mover looks wide.

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    Default Re: Super Pan

    Called dirt scoop out in Midwest also. Makes a good makeshift carryall. Howse is one manufacturer that I know of.

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    Howse is out of business. Bankrupt.

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