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    Used the V417 with the stump bucket to push over a 40' tall, dead oak tree.

    It measured 17.5" in diameter, 3' up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post
    Used the V417 with the stump bucket to push over a dead oak tree.

    It measured 17.5" in diameter, 3' up.
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    I did not know the telehanlders were such a versatile machine til you joined the forum. I never gave it any thought. I know I saw a picture on bobcats website of them stacking snow which was cool. I guess you could use any pretty much SSQA equipment on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    I did not know the telehanlders were such a versatile machine til you joined the forum. I never gave it any thought. I know I saw a picture on bobcats website of them stacking snow which was cool. I guess you could use any pretty much SSQA equipment on it.

    Yep, that is why they named it Versahandler!


    It has aux hydraulics with 22 gpm flow rate, So it will handle a lot of skid steer attachments.

    It is smaller than it looks, at just 6 feet wide and 6.5 feet tall. It is the most awesome, GADA (go anywhere do anything) machine that I have ever had. I sold my tractor soon after I bought my first compact telehandler.

    More versatility here: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...ee-puller.html
    Last edited by Xfaxman; 07-12-2013 at 02:25 AM. Reason: corrected link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post

    Yep, that is why they named it Versahandler!

    It has aux hydraulics with 22 gpm flow rate, So it will handle a lot of skid steer attachments.

    It is smaller than it looks, at just 6 feet wide and 6.5 feet tall. It is the most awesome, GADA (go anywhere do anything) machine that I have ever had. I sold my tractor soon after I bought my first compact telehandler.

    More versatility here: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/s...78#post3380278
    If you ever post a picture with your V417 using a mulcher attachment I'm going to go out and put a deposit down immediately

    Like Bullit, I never knew how much these machines could do. I never even thought it would be an option. I don't know if I could give up the tractor, but it sure would make a good "partner" to one. I really enjoy seeing all the pictures you post, especially any heavy duty mowing pics with the 7' tree terminator!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piston View Post
    If you ever post a picture with your V417 using a mulcher attachment I'm going to go out and put a deposit down immediately

    Like Bullit, I never knew how much these machines could do. I never even thought it would be an option. I don't know if I could give up the tractor, but it sure would make a good "partner" to one. I really enjoy seeing all the pictures you post, especially any heavy duty mowing pics with the 7' tree terminator!
    Never considered a mulcher, but I think they require more flow.

    I wasn't aware of compact telehandlers until about 5 years ago, where we used to live, we got a bid of $150 /hr. from a contractor to clean out a silted in pond. I was looking at a TORO Groundsmaster on eBay and clicked "see sellers other items". He had a Bobcat V638 listed like this one.
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    I said that is what I need to clean out the pond, and the rest is history.

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    Today yesterday last week last month trimmed trees.
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    Finally had a couple days without rain to get some hay bailed. I am hauling the 4x5's out with my 5240.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    I did not know the telehanlders were such a versatile machine til you joined the forum. I never gave it any thought. I know I saw a picture on bobcats website of them stacking snow which was cool. I guess you could use any pretty much SSQA equipment on it.
    I agree, it makes me want one! good job pushing that tree over!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyc1999 View Post
    I agree, it makes me want one! good job pushing that tree over!
    Thanks, another dead tree here at post #21, in Piston's ​thread: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/o...ml#post3356253

    More pictures here: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/b...lehandler.html

    And the unique tree puller at post #16: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...ee-puller.html

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