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    8350 valmet with 980SL FEL duels had a 150 Hp deutz just sold it 10 NOV 01

    Default root/stick rake for loader

    Hi ya's
    I had a look at a new farm today in New Zealand and there is abit of scrub on it ,no big trees i have seen rockland Mfg and D&E Mfg make stick rakes for loaders has anyone got one or seen them?? rockland is in Bedford PA and D&E are in moncks corner near charleston ,south carolina from what i can find on the net the tractor i have is 150Hp with a NZ made loader on it any ideas would be great
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    JD Kid


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    Default Re: root/stick rake for loader

    Sounds to me that a Brush Brute is what you are looking for. If you go back to page 4 of this group,you'll see a post titled:Bush Hog Mowers,by Jon T. on 03/27/01. About mid way through it I interjected the Brush Brute into the discussion. It is described there,with a link to a picture,and contact info for the manufacturer. I think this is what you need.


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    8350 valmet with 980SL FEL duels had a 150 Hp deutz just sold it 10 NOV 01

    Default Re: root/stick rake for loader

    Hi ya
    yep had a look at url and looked good would it block in thick scrub? just thinking once the teeth got full would it not just push scrub over with out pulling it out i like the look of this one

    http://www.demfg.com/rakes.htm

    click on skid steer with the graple over top to hold sticks and make it better for stacking
    but i'll keep the brush brute in mind
    catch ya
    JD Kid




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    Default Re: root/stick rake for loader

    You just empty it when it fills up is all. I use mine in prickly ash,junipers,red cedar,poplar,and other scrub trees and brush.


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    Default Re: root/stick rake for loader

    I just found an email for Brush Brute scissons@magma.ca


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    8350 valmet with 980SL FEL duels had a 150 Hp deutz just sold it 10 NOV 01

    Default Re: root/stick rake for loader

    Hi ya
    thanks for info i'll see how farm sale goes and i'll have abetter idea of what we are doing
    catch ya
    JD Kid


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    8350 valmet with 980SL FEL duels had a 150 Hp deutz just sold it 10 NOV 01

    Default Re: root/stick rake for loader

    Hi ya's
    well i found out today what it will cost to make .it's going to have replaceble tip's on it (like ripper points cast with a pin holding them on should take 8 weeks to build and costing about 5300 kiwi $$$ (2800 USD) i'll get some pic's once after i have a play with it
    catch ya
    JD Kid


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