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    Default New member gravely L8 walk behind

    Hi
    Happy to join group and get this machine operating to help clear a 10 acre parcel and put a cabin on.

    Brian

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    Veteran Member Carl_NH's Avatar
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    Default Re: New member gravely L8 walk behind

    Welcome to TBN Brian,

    There are a few Gravely owners on here, myself included with a super 8 convertible.

    You must be quite energetic to want to clear 10 acres with a Gravely - also might want to get a sulky for it.

    Unless its just 3-4' overgrown brush you might consider renting a tractor, or if with trees and rocks, something bigger.
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    Kubota B21TLB, Ferris IS2000, Cub Cadet 1811

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    Default Re: New member gravely L8 walk behind

    Thankyou for the welcome.
    Now down to business.I have a rotary cultivator attachment but no tines.I would like to have the rotary plow set up,is it possible to add the shaft and blades to the rotary cultivator ?Much thanks in advance.

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    Veteran Member Carl_NH's Avatar
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    Default Re: New member gravely L8 walk behind

    Brian.

    No, the cultivator is a separate attachment, and the rotary plow is another attachment.

    Here is a link that will take you to many gravely things, including the manuals and more.GravelyManuals.com - OldGravelys.Info: Gravely Manuals & Parts Lists: Miscellaneous Literature
    Kubota B21TLB, Ferris IS2000, Cub Cadet 1811

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    Default Re: New member gravely L8 walk behind

    Thanks Carl I will check it out.Looks like I will be on the look out for some tines for the rotary cultivator.Also a Rotory plow.
    Much appreciated

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    Default Re: New member gravely L8 walk behind

    Welcome to tractorbynet

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    Default Re: New member gravely L8 walk behind

    I started out with a L8 (4 wheels on one axle...2 on either side) to keep trails open on my 30 acre hunting place....after two years I got a used tractor. Love the simplicity and strength of the old L8's but they do physically beat you! Good luck!

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    Default Re: New member gravely L8 walk behind

    Welcome to TractorByNet!

    I moved your thread to the Gravely forum.

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    Default Re: New member gravely L8 walk behind

    Yes, we have two L8s both with dual wheels, one w/electric start. A 30" rotary with one of those older sulkies that you steer with your feet and a 50 gal Hardie sprayer from a 1950's Gravely that was traded in. We used them for lawn mowing (still have the reel gang mower) and spraying apple trees.

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    Default Re: New member gravely L8 walk behind

    I recently inherited a Gravely Super Convertable with electric start. Also have the rotary mower and blade attachments. Can anyone give me an idea what this package might be worth? I live in the city and have no use for the tractor.

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