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  1. #21
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    JD 4300, JD X485 JD 4x2 Gator, JD 425, JD455

    Default Re: Rear bucket?

    I thought that attachment would turn around as well. But cannot tell from the picture.

    Did you get all those attachments (shown in the picture) with your tractor? That 2-bottom plow is nice.

  2. #22
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    northfield connecticut
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    gradall g3r excavator, kawasaki mule 2500,ford 8000,and a 1936 caterpillar road grader

    Default Re: Rear bucket?

    four_by_ken.
    that scoop in your picture is identical to the old ford scoop that we have,they are not made reversible but years ago my father welded on brakets so that ours could be reversed,looks like your grader blade in front of it is the same as our farm-star blade that we bought when central tractor was going out of bussiness

  3. #23

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    Yup, I got all of them... with the tractor. I will attach pictures in the next few posts.

    This post is the tractor itself.

    Ken H.

    </font><font color="blue" class="small">( I thought that attachment would turn around as well. But cannot tell from the picture.

    Did you get all those attachments (shown in the picture) with your tractor? That 2-bottom plow is nice. )</font>
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  4. #24

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    plow

    which I need to modify a little. The points where it attached to the 3 pt are a little too wide.

    Ken H.
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  5. #25

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    pasture rake
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  6. #26

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    brush hog and post hole digger... 9 inch and 12 inch augers.
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  7. #27

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    finish mower
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  8. #28

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    And the cultivator also. But, dont have a specific picture of just it.

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    Ken H.

  9. #29

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    Oh, and the blade too.

    Ken H.

  10. #30
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    Default Re: Rear bucket?

    Nice "stable" of attachments. I am concerned about your "plow" comment:
    <font color="blue">"" which I need to modify a little. The points where it attached to the 3 pt are a little too wide""
    <font color="black"> The 3pt arms should attach to the ends of the cross bar on the plow, and are critical to the adjustment of how the plow tracks behind the tractor (by way of the lever on the plow). I am curious about how (and why) you apparently think you want to modify them (that is if I understand what you mean by "points"). I don't think I am an expert on plows, but have some experience adjusting them to plow right, and know it is a very delicate experience. I have a one-bottom Dearborn plow. If you want to elaborate more on this some time, we might be able to help you. </font>

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