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  1. #11
    Super Star Member
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    Upper Midwest USA
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    JD_4x2_Gator, JD_4300, JD_X485, JD_425, JD_455, JD_110

    Default Re: Implement Dollies

    One set for the high road and another for the low road. Seems there used to be a song about those two roads. You are prepared for them both.

  2. #12
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    Dec 2000
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    Queensland, Australia
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    Kubota L1-20 DT

    Default Re: Implement Dollies

    I made a dolly for my slasher using scrap but had to buy castors.

    I bought rubber tired ones even though the TBN brains trust told me no no - You'll get flat spots.

    Well I couldn't find any steel wheel and so far they have been OK.

    But we haven't had rain for 6 months or so and the slasher hasn't been moved. I bet next time it will be

    real

    hard

    to

    move.................

  3. #13
    Gold Member JC4HD's Avatar
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    Mar 2002
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    Live in Lower Hudson Valley Tractor used mostly in Central NY
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    Sold the 4310 downsized to a JD 2320 - Purchased from K.C. Canary (HRT) in Fultonville, NY

    Default Re: Implement Dollies

    Last year I bought the exact same set-up except the two with the "Grooves" had rubber on them. They were sold as snowmobile dollies and the grooves are for the runners on the skiis! Seems to me they cost right around $50 for the set... they sure make snowmobile storage a whole lot easier I can imagine they do the same thing for tractor implements.

  4. #14
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    South East Michigan
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    New Holland TC30 Hydro 4x4, Gravely Zero Turn Mower

    Default Re: Implement Dollies

    Yes Jim, the first set I bought were for my snowmobile. Then I realized how useful they could be to move other heavy stuff. I now have two sets and no longer have a snowmobile.

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