With a flail that big it would be hard to tell who is driving who.
Great suggestions for the back end, but what are you gonna do with all those saplings/brush after mowing them over?
Depending on your lift capacity, I (among almost EVERYONE else that has one) would highly recommend a lightweight grapple for helping move the slash. You'd hardly ever use your standard bucket if you had a grapple :thumbsup:
There's been a lot of talk about the 48" econo model from Wildkat lately, might be worth looking into.
I'll look into the grapple but I was looking into a rake since i pretty much set fire to the piggy bank with the others I'm picking up today. The "Hiller" is the final attatchment I was trying to find. This was the final out the door list being picked up today. Tiller: RTR 1260 Landpride. RCR 1860 Rotary Cutter Landpride, one row Cultivator and a new Trailer to carry it all.
For your garden, check into buying a "keulavator" from Agri Supply. You can buy big discs to attach to it to make raised rows. You can also buy little cultivator plows to keep the between rows weed free.
A set of forks can be used for carrying logs, brush, stumps, rocks, etc. Also great around the farm and construction site for many jobs. For handling brush I have an extra set of tines I put on mine so it has 4 'forks' instead of two. Makes it easier to pick up finer piles of brush. Nothing like a grapple, but it also only cost $500.
Another attachment you might want to check out is the Garden Package from Stevens Tractor. This is what I plan on purchasing for my garden before spring.