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  1. #61
    Elite Member Obed's Avatar
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    John Deere 4210 FEL BH

    Default Re: CUT Box Blade Newbie - Road Pictures

    OOPS! This was a big ouch. After much work to get this gate put up, I hit the gate with my FEL!.

    I normally go really slow with the tractor when I'm near obstacles. However I had sped up the RPMs while digging dirt away from the gate where I didn't need to be so careful. Unfortunately, I forgot to slow down the RPMs when I was maneuvering around close to the gate. While looking behind me at the box blade I hit the gate with the FEL.

    This mishap dampened somewhat my sense of satisfaction once I finished the dirt work.
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    John Deere 4210 (28 HP) FEL, BH, 6' Box Blade, Loader Forks

    At Home In the Woods

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    Elite Member Obed's Avatar
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    Default Re: CUT Box Blade Newbie - Road Pictures

    Here's the finished product.
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    John Deere 4210 (28 HP) FEL, BH, 6' Box Blade, Loader Forks

    At Home In the Woods

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    Super Member 3RRL's Avatar
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    55HP 4WD KAMA 554 and 4 x 4 Jinma 284

    Default Re: CUT Box Blade Newbie - Road Pictures

    Hey Obed,
    Nice work there, it all turned out real good.
    You can fix that gate and add a little paint it and no one will notice it. Goes to show you how powerful out tractors really are. More than we think.
    Thanks for posting all those neat pictures.
    Rob-
    ...The Older I get...the Better I Used to be...
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    Super Member schmism's Avatar
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    New holland TC(33)

    Default Re: CUT Box Blade Newbie - Road Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Obed

    This mishap dampened somewhat my sense of satisfaction once I finished the dirt work.
    dont feel bad, the other week i spent about 10 min fixing the drivers side light on the rear of my little utility trailer, patching it back together and putting a new blub in.

    not but an a day later when it was out at the property parked, i swung around with the rear blade on the tractor found what part of the trailer? yep that light had just worked on. munched it into about 50 little pieces and sent the empty trailer skidding across the yard about 10'

    so i feel your pain
    Steve - TC33D 4x4 FEL, dual rear remotes with toys

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    Zetor 3011, Zetor 5718

    Default Re: CUT Box Blade Newbie - Road Pictures

    It happened a lot to me too: Hitting something with the loader when you focus on the 3pt hitch implement...

    When the neighbor's 16 year old son comes at saturday morning to clean out horse stables for 2,50 Euro each, i allways take the bucket off the loader, which makes the tractor much more manouverable with the 3pt scoop on the feeding alley in front of the horse stables.

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