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    Gold Member tmajor's Avatar
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    Default 3pt Forks to De-thatcher

    This isn't too exciting, unless you need one.

    This is an old build, which I created, when I was redoing my front lawn. I didn't want to have to build the whole 3 pt assembly, so I used the forks frame, which I don't use that often. Even at that, the De-thatcher is quickly removable from the frame, by pulling 4 pins. The tines are from ?? J-D (they were green) tedder, haybine or something.
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    "There's gotta be a better way!"

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    Gold Member brewdog's Avatar
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    Default Re: 3pt Forks to De-thatcher

    Clever use of old stuff! Good work.

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    Default Re: 3pt Forks to De-thatcher

    Good work.

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    Default Re: 3pt Forks to De-thatcher

    Nice Job, I like it... you could always add another set tines if you need them...

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