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    Default Re: help on proper attachments



    How about a HD heavy rear blade for snow & maintaining the road and getting endcaps for the blade as a boxblade...




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    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forumfil...rototiller.jpg

    I agree with Paul...<font color=blue>a 60" TSC King Kutter tiller that does a great job, for $999...</font color=blue> instead of $2k, then for the reverse tiller method...

    Go back over it in the opposite direction...[img]/w3tcompact/icons/shocked.gif[/img]

    Besides...this gives you double the tractor seat time and you save $1000....[img]/w3tcompact/icons/blush.gif[/img]



    <P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by Muhammad on 11/07/01 09:42 AM (server time).</FONT></P>

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    Default Re: help on proper attachments

    Good point John about the endcaps for the blade. Add the tailwheel and your up town. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    Gordon


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    Default Re: help on proper attachments

    SmokyMtnMan
    Picture looks like you already need to be doing some work on road.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/wink.gif[/img]




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    Default Re: help on proper attachments

    I would go with the following:

    gardening - moldboard plow, subsoiler (ripper), rototiller

    road/ landscape work - FEL with toothbar, boxblade, landscape rake

    snow removal - rear blade

    ...and of course for summertime-a new rotary cutter. You can get all of this for less than $4-5 K (assuming you already have the FEL).


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    John Miller III
    I have the BushHog 70-08. Are there direct attach endcaps available for these or is it a fabrication job? Thanks
    regards
    Mutt


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    <font color=blue>...Are there direct attach endcaps available ...</font color=blue>

    Hi Mutt,

    A quick way to tell, is check if you have "predrilled holes" on each end of the moldboard to easily mount the end plates...

    I think the next series up 90's?? may have them, but don't think the 70 series... but no problem, you can make a template and drill the holes...




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    John
    Not sure on the holes, just loaned it out. They're not an issue really as I can add them. Do the endcaps come from Bushhog?
    Thank You
    Mutt


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    Mutt,
    Bush Hog does carry them... but if you have to drill holes, then you can use any manufacturers' end plates... whoever is "cheapest" and same or higher height than your moldboard...

    I had looked at Bush Hog's site and the 70 moldboard was an inch or two higher than the 90 series...




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    JohnMillerIII
    Thanks[img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]
    Mutt


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