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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Quick Attach Front End Hydraulic Sickle Mower

    Naplen Yes it does work vertically and way down also. Part of why I made was trimming 100s of feet of treeline around pasture. Also the down position will work for driving across the top of pond **** and cutting low side.
    Tom, It was made by Triumph Machinery in N.J. They got bought out by another company cant remember there name. I spent a cold day in the rain to get it for $ 100.00 at auction. Had no idea if it worked or not. When doing research on it after getting it home I saw one on Ebay with bid of one dollar. Never followed up on what it sold for did not want to know. Triumph made commercial mowers and a lot were sold to State Governments I think. Try a e bay search for Triumph. The original design looked completely different. It was a mid point hook up and 2 hydro cylinders for cutting adjustment. Weight was a concern for me it would have been easier to use more of the original mower but I was trying to keep it as light as possible. The 45 seems to handle it fine.
    Grapeboy. There is a Utube video of a guy who owned a Vineyard and made something very similar to mine.
    Hope this helps everyone. I know there are people a lot smarter than me on this sight and I sure have learned a lot from them over the years.

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    Great work! That looks so cool! I would love to have one myself.

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Quick Attach Front End Hydraulic Sickle Mower

    I wanted to add pictures of dolly to move it. And a few other projects I have done
    1 Man cage with removable front that also works as storage for pallet forks.
    2 Aluminum canopy for Kioti 45 with Radio and fan
    3 Light bar for my kubota. Best thing about it is brass hook for Lowes/ Target bag to pick up trash-tractor-att-014-jpg-tractor-att-015-jpg-tractor-att-009-jpg-tractor-att-010-jpg-tractor-att-017-jpg wile mowing

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    Default Re: Quick Attach Front End Hydraulic Sickle Mower

    I wanted to put this up for new post looking for font end mower. Sorry could not copy and paste it direct into a reply. I am not a big email-er. Hope it helps

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    Default Re: Quick Attach Front End Hydraulic Sickle Mower

    That is a good looking setup!
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    Ford 917 Flail Mower

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    Default Re: Quick Attach Front End Hydraulic Sickle Mower

    Sweet!

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    Default Re: Quick Attach Front End Hydraulic Sickle Mower

    where can I get one? what is the model of the hydraulic powered sickle mower? thanks! David (redridge99@hotmail.com) union ridge, NC

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    Default Re: Quick Attach Front End Hydraulic Sickle Mower

    It was made by Alamo who bought out Triumph. They still have most parts for it I bought several from them. The don't have the sickle hold downs anymore so I bought 20 of each on ebay just in case. Everything else can be bought and is stocked by Agri Supply. I have the original owners and parts manual also. I took some pictures of it on tractor showing full up and down motion plus height and length when I brought it back from farm. It seems that my computer ate them. I will post them when found or hook up again and take more and post them.
    Scott

    I do have a few after 2 years of use and a good pressure washing.

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    Default Re: Quick Attach Front End Hydraulic Sickle Mower

    Hey, would it be ok to come by the next time I come home to NC? I would like to come take a close up look at this.

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    Default Re: Quick Attach Front End Hydraulic Sickle Mower

    I would like to know the manufacturer of the the hydraulic motor driven sickle bar machine. I could really use one of these in my vineyard.

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