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    Default No more BS! LOL

    Cleaned my barn stall out. I was going to do this with a shovel and wheelbarrow. I sure am glad I bought this BX22 before I used the wheelbarrow. This sure was a fun task with the FEL although the floor is concrete and my baby got scratched up a bit. I used a pressure washer to clean the wood, really worked nice. Now the manure is in the garden. The stall is about 100' long, lotta BS in there, LOL. I used the FEL to move the dirt backin my garden, dumped the manure and dragged the dirt over it. Wife wouldn't let me get a tiller for my tractor so I had to till it in with my Troybilt. Christmas list addition-tiller.
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    Default Re: No more BS! LOL

    Cleaned up real nice and no achin' back. First big project with my new toy, oh I mean tool.
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    Default Re: No more BS! LOL

    Looks great!!!!

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    Iuka Mississippi USA
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    3550 Fard Backhoe and a 1948 Farmall Cub,

    Default Re: No more BS! LOL

    Rick great job on the stall, you could find a little used grey market tille for your BX22, a freind of mine has one and got the hoe and was in the same situation backhoe or tiller, he chose the back hoe and i talked him into buying a gre market Yanmar tiller. It looks rough but we recovered part of it with new sheet metal and then took some kubota orange paint. i think after it was said and done he had 175 dollars in a 5 foot tiller. ake car Taylor Lambert

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