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  1. #21
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    East Texas
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    Kubota L4610 HSTC, International 2400, Hesston 1280,

    Default Re: removing old fence posts

    Takes up storage space about like a garden rake.
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  2. #22
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    Wylie, Texas
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    JCB165HF

    Default Re: removing old fence posts

    I added this to my bucket just for pulling wood posts.

    I drive up to the post. Slide the bucket against the post with the add on over the post. I lower the bucket to the ground, curl the bucket to where the post is in a bind, and lift straight up. It is also handy for loading long posts on a trailer using it like I have in this picture.

  3. #23
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    Kubota L4610 HSTC, International 2400, Hesston 1280,

    Default Re: removing old fence posts

    Great idea,
    How do you have it mounted to your bucket?
    I have been thinking I would add another hitch receiver to my bucket. Maybe this might be another way to mount something similar to yours.

  4. #24
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    JCB165HF

    Default Re: removing old fence posts

    Morning Neal,

    I used half by two inch bar stock with the one edge sharped like a stone chisel for gripping. I'm probably going to replace it with one built the same way and dimensions but the piece on a plane with the front--rear of the tractor being three inch. I've bent it a couple of times on heavier posts.

    It's one of those things that are just handy as a pocket on pants. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

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