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    Hey guys I'm some what old school at 23 years old. Grew up with and still have all pre 1970s tractors nothing newer. The only plow we had for a while was a pull behind bottom plow had its own wheels. John Deere green 1920s to 1940 ish. We finally replaced that with a 3 point mount when I was 16 or so. We have attachments such as-
    Box scraper, disk, landscape rake, finish mower, small dump scoop, blade, brush hog, 5 foot snow blower, home made! 800 pound roller yes we made that, that's all that comes to mind right now. I find the log splitters, generators, flail mowers etc really awesome 3 point equipment.

    Educate me on what you have. Maybe types of 3pt or loader attachments I have never seen.

    What's your favorite to use.
    Thanks, Trent
    Last edited by diesel lover; 01-16-2014 at 04:04 AM.

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    Mine work well for what they were made for, but I want a chimney cleaner, poop scooper, mole catcher, and junk sorter.



    Bruce

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    Grapple attach to bucket comes in handy.

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    Front end loader grapple. Hands down the most awesome/handy attachment I could ever ask for. I almost never use my bucket.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...re-thread.html




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    Kubota L4610 and John Deere 410 - WR Long 64" Grapple (best attachment ever!) QA front forks, rear forks, Brown 472 HD Rotary Mower, Land Pride RBT4096 hydro blade, Woods 7200 Power Rake, homemade 3 pt log splitter, Land Pride rake/blade combo, Land Pride HRL 3578 box blade (Hydro scarifiers), Shaver SC50 3 pt. Stumpgrinder, FitRiteHydraulics TnT, 6" Vermeer PTO Chipper (Hydro feed), Disc Plow, Ratchet Rake, LP HD25 Hydraulic PHD, Woodmizer LT15 portable sawmill
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    Yes! Those grapples are really cool additions to buckets. I'm reading up on flail mowers for a while before I make my purchase.

    Thanks for sharing guys

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    I like the Bobcat tilt tatch. It goes on the loader and enables tilting the bucket or any attachment to left or right. Handy when grading or digging or for keeping load level when dealing with side slopes, or getting the best angle when grappling or using forks. It weighs about 300#. Your tractors are all 2wd arent they? Severely limiting for loader work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SPYDERLK View Post
    I like the Bobcat tilt tatch. It goes on the loader and enables tilting the bucket or any attachment to left or right. Handy when grading or digging or for keeping load level when dealing with side slopes, or getting the best angle when grappling or using forks. It weighs about 300#. Your tractors are all 2wd arent they? Severely limiting for loader work.
    larry
    Yes. 4 of our tractors between my dad and I have 3 point hitches and are 2 WD. But we have never had a loader tractor. I have opperated several and have hours of practice on pay loaders as well as Maxim internationals. I would never buy a loader tractor with 2 WD. I plan in the future to buy a used kubota CUT tractor with 4wd and industrial tires. But for right now the three point hitch options have treated me very well.

    Just exploring all my 3 pt options and loader attachments as I am attempting to purchase a house now and will be bringing my MF 25 down to Indiana

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPYDERLK View Post
    I like the Bobcat tilt tatch. It goes on the loader and enables tilting the bucket or any attachment to left or right. Handy when grading or digging or for keeping load level when dealing with side slopes, or getting the best angle when grappling or using forks. It weighs about 300#. Your tractors are all 2wd arent they? Severely limiting for loader work.
    larry
    For those who haven't seen one, here is the Tilt-Tatch attached to a 3 point hitch adapter and a 6' boxblade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diesel lover View Post
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    Educate me on what you have. Maybe types of 3pt or loader attachments I have never seen.
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    Thanks, Trent
    Here are the independent forks that I made for picking up brush on uneven terrain.
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    You just lower the loader, then curl down, the forks will lay flat on the uneven ground, then go forward and pick it up.
    Hold "Ctrl" and click on picture to open it in a new Tab.

    My Avatar, the TORO+Loader:
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    Compact Telehandler: ​(This replaced my tractor) V417 Versahander

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    A big reason I started this thread is I'm in the process of buying a house, and using my Mf25 25 horse power diesel around the house.
    I have a tilt bucket that goes on the 3 pt my dad might let me use. Handy for firewood! I won't have a front end loader for a while but I'm going to get my moneys worth out of the three point hitch! Thank you harry Ferguson and henry ford!

    Looking at 3pt boom poles. They raise high enough to get things heavy into the back of my f150. Even if I bought another 3pt implement I could have the place I bought it at put it into the back of my truck, then I could lift it out myself with my 3 pt boom pole!

    I'm also a heavy duty truck mechanic. I try to left something with a machine as much as possible. So if I got anything heavy in the back of my truck, I should be able to lift it with the boom pole as com paired to not being able to lift it at all before.

    Cheap ones are 150$ at tractor supply

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