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    Kubota /L2650/ LA450/B4690 -- John Deere 450 Dozer

    Default Tree Puller

    TraderMark, I took the picture you posted and a sketch down to the local fab shop and had a treepuller buildt. Cost $140 plus $5 for the pens. I had it built with dual holes at all the pick-up points, to fit both cat I and II lifts so my neighbor can use it on his big tractor.. It does great.. Will take a little getting use to. Worked it about 3 hours yesterday mostly scrub brush and a old plum thicket... Found that cider is the worst to do, oh they come right out of the ground but really hang in the teeth. Pulled a 5 inch elm with out a problem. Some of the other 4 inchers had to work a little.. Really like the attachment. Will get some use out of it... If I get a chance I will try to post a picture later.. Thanks...


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    Kubota 5400 4x4 with ROPS, canopy, 1001 loader, heavy duty quick release bucket with tooth bar, 280 Bush Hog brush cutter, 6' Bush Hog box blade, 6' Bush Hog plug aerator, 3 point hay spear, 6' Lands

    Default Re: Tree Puller

    Yea, Jag, would love to see a picture of what you're talking about.

    Bill Cook


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    Default Re: Tree Puller

    Billc, The first post on this was by TraderMark. http://www.tractorbynet.com/forumfil...reegetter2.jpg Here is the link to it, and the picture.. hope it works... The puller works very well... If not the post was under "pushing back the woods" 04/06/01/ 11:57PM


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    Delaware
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    L4310hst-loader-hydraulic top link

    Default Re: Tree Puller

    Bill to give you an idea here is a link to the commerical version that hooks to the front bucket. The one that was built here was for the three point hitch and had about a third of the teeth. NICE

    <font color=blue>brushbrute</font color=blue>

    Here is the link to the post on TBN
    <font color=blue>dimensions of the treegetter</font color=blue>

    Hope this helps
    Gordon


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    Gold Member TraderMark's Avatar
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    Southeast Georgia
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    Ford 1720

    Default Re: Tree Puller

    Jag,
    Glad you got one made! I know it has been a handy thing around my place!!!
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    Default Re: Tree Puller

    TraderMark, yes it works great. Thanks for the post to get it started. Everyone who has seen it working says that they need to get one...


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    Default Re: Tree Puller

    TraderMark, did you ever get the chance to try that on the T-Posts? If so, how did it work?


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