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    Super Member 94BULLITT's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SLHawkins View Post
    Planted my hay seed on saturday. Now, I can sit back and watch it grow until it is time to cut, rake, and bale!

    Planting Alfalfa and Orchard Grass Seed April 2013 - YouTube

    Ok, I will use the time to fix stuff

    Hawk
    Nice Video.

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    Veteran Member xring100's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post

    Yep, push the joystick all the way forward and the boom floats. Digging angle is the curl function, tilt is aux hydraulics slide switch on the joystick.

    That is a 3 point to SSQA adapter on the boxblade

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    thats nice i lick the tilt feature Would be really slick if the box blade could be turned around like a snow pusher

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by xring100 View Post
    thats nice i like the tilt feature Would be really slick if the box blade could be turned around like a snow pusher
    Pushing with a box blade On a FEL doesn't work well, unless it is loose dirt. Pulling backwards with the arms in float and using curl to change the digging or dragging angle of the box blade does work well.

    That is the way it works on this machine, but it is front wheel drive, so a rear drive or 4WD might be different.

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    This was a pile of loose dirt, 4' box blade.
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    Ripper teeth down, float mode, backing up.
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    Default Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    I put my neighbors box blade on the 3PH and smoothed up some of the worst rutted spots between his place and mine. Still too wet with snow still on the sides in places so I'll need to do the whole road in a few days when it dries out.

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    This morning I cut the last wood I am going to get for quite a while. Won't be any more seat time untill the frost finishes coming out of the ground and things dry up. I took the chains off and put the tractor in the garage. Time to do maintenence on the equipment and all those little motors of summer. I am looking forward to some warmer weather
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post
    Pushing with a box blade On a FEL doesn't work well, unless it is loose dirt. Pulling backwards with the arms in float and using curl to change the digging or dragging angle of the box blade does work well.

    That is the way it works on this machine, but it is front wheel drive, so a rear drive or 4WD might be different.

    -pa201975-jpg -pa201973-jpg

    This was a pile of loose dirt, 4' box blade.
    -pa201976-jpg

    Ripper teeth down, float mode, backing up.
    -pa201979-jpg -pa201981-jpg
    I guess when i think about the physics involved what your saying makes perfect sense. Thats a very interesting contraption you have there

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by xring100 View Post
    I guess when i think about the physics involved what your saying makes perfect sense. Thats a very interesting contraption you have there
    Thanks, is is very powerful and maneuverable, for its size.

    Here is the link to the put-together: TORO+Loader

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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    Nice Video.
    Thanks!

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    Today I decided to do a little roadside trimming under the powerline while I wait for spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Gould View Post
    Today I decided to do a little roadside trimming under the powerline while I wait for spring.
    Seams like Mother Nature wants to drag it out this year. Spring is coming, but every time it looks like the weather is going to warm up it doesn't. Like everyone else around here my driveway needs work yet there's still too many places that are still thawing.
    Kubota L4240,Case 580K backhoe, Case 450 Dozer

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