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    Default Scraper pan

    What do you guys think of my scraper pan I've just completed building. It took me about a month and half to build. Here are some finished and some build pictures
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    Default Re: Scraper pan

    I gotta say "wow"! - I was impressed and didn't even know what it was - did a little Googling and saw the Ashland ones - so now I'm even more impressed.

    I am doing a ton of grading with my RB and FEL - something like that would be awesome.

    Please posts pics/video with it in action.

    Oh - and welcome to TBN - great first post!

    -Eric
    '07 Kubota BX24, 54" MMM, Woods RB60, Cosmo XB spreader, Wallenstein Thumb, WR Long TB, 8' chain harrow


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    Default Re: Scraper pan

    Wow, that is impressive! Be sure to post some action pics of it in use, I'd love to see how it works for you!!!
    Rob
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    Default Re: Scraper pan

    All I can say is WOW. Very impressive. Looks factory built and better. What did it cost vs. buying one. Definately need some action pics and video. Awesome.
    Montana 4340C w/loader, AgroTrend FU78 rear snowblower with hydraulic shute rotation, Horst 48" pallet forks, 3pt. 2-bottom plow, 6ft. bush hog rotarty cutter, 3pt. Woods 7ft back blade, 3pt. cultivator, 5ft 3pt. york rake, 6' KKII tiller, JD494 4-row planter. Future attachments: backhoe, grapple

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    Default Re: Scraper pan

    Really nice. Another Master on the forum
    Minotbob
    2008 BX24, FEL, BH, 60" MMM, 50" Snowblower

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    Default Re: Scraper pan

    I look forward to the action shots. Very kool.
    Kubota BX23, BT600 BH, LA210 FEL, Maschio L125 tiller, Gearmore BB 20-48 BB, King Cutter 6' rear blade, Homemade PHD, Brinly BST-50 broadcaster, ? 6' cultipacker, log & chain drag.

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    Default Re: Scraper pan

    Hey old buddy, can I borrow it?

    Don

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    Default Re: Scraper pan

    Too good to mess up the paint in the dirt.

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    Default Re: Scraper pan

    Now that is first class.

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    Default Re: Scraper pan

    Looks great

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