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  1. #11
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    Feb 2007
    easten Colorado
    JD 4020

    Default Re: dynamark lawn tractor

    talk to a plumber, he probly changes out 3 or 4 min a week, or a scrap yard,

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    Elite Member Deere Dude's Avatar
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    Feb 2011
    Beaver Dam Wisconsin then to Hohenwald, TN
    John Deere 3720

    Default Re: dynamark lawn tractor

    Quote Originally Posted by BHD View Post
    I made a blade for my old lawn tractor out of a old hot water heater, shell, jsut cut to lenght and cut the section I wanted it was pre curved, and welded on a wear edge,
    X2 I built on like that for a 14 HP garden tractor many years ago and it worked pretty well. Check out plumbing contractors, or heating and cooling contractors and even the city dumps. I didn't put a rear bar on it at all. You just will need a welder to make a hitch somehow. Good luck.

    Whoops, I didn't see the last post.
    JD 3720 with R4s and bulldozer capabilities.

    13 Millimeter = 1/2"--------25 Milimeters=1"-----------100 Millimeter = 4"----------1 Meter = 40---------1 Kilometer = 3300' or 5:8 ratio

    A 13mm will but will be just slightly larger than a 1/2" nut.

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    Bronze Member rubes2311's Avatar
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    Aug 2012
    Peterborough, Ontario


    Ok thanks for the info

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