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    Snow Blade Re: Back drag front plow

    I use my front FEL plow for almost everything - but have the rear blade on in winter for back dragging. Ultimate setup IMO.
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    Re: Value leader TL125 tiller

    Appears that Dongfeng is the OEM:

    Rotary tiller_Tractor implements_Dongfeng Agricultural Machinery Group Co., Ltd.
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    Re: Value leader TL125 tiller

    I'd hold out for a used KK. Our local auction house often has the clones of that tiller with different paint, and the KK is 3X the tiller.

    There's little information on Value Leader, but 1 or 2...
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    Anyone looking for a new 10' blade?

    New 1 foot heavy duty blade

    I believe that is the same OEM that made my Frontier... they look very similar construction in some areas, and the Frontier blade is made in Mexico as well. Seems like...
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    Re: Dual Cat1/Cat 2 quick hitch

    Ooo, that's interesting. My concern if I had both hooks would be if an attachment's clevis ever got in the way of another category's hook.

    If I made the hitch slide with a cylinder and stops, it...
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    Re: Please try & talk me out of a Kubota L4060

    Quite honestly, I don't think you can go wrong right now with any of the main brands, and I think you have good thoughts on size. When I went to replace my L3650 I started looking at the L4xxx...
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    Re: Dual Cat1/Cat 2 quick hitch

    I think you're a bit confused on what I am trying to do... I routinely have to use bushings for Cat1 implements on the tractor.

    I would like to make a quick hitch that does both. :)
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    Dual Cat1/Cat 2 quick hitch

    I have yet to see this and I'm not sure why it doesn't exist. I have a few Cat2 quick hitch attachments, and lots of Cat1. The NX is kind of between the two. From my understanding, the...
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    Re: Moving dirt... box blade vs scraper

    For just about any size acreage, a box blade is almost a necessity.

    But it is not for moving dirt long distances. I am on 1/10th your acreage and if I have to move a pile of dirt, it gets loaded...
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    Re: Pipe layer for subsoiler?

    I didn't find any good options for my existing KK sub-soiler, so I built one. It takes about $15 in parts to make one, so if that's an option for you it's one worth considering. I welded a right...
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    Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    By the way, I am not suggesting any malice or self-interest on EAs part at all... I doubt the minimal cost in steep between the two would ever pay for less-than-satisfied customers. Just saying maybe...
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    Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    Part of it's because the JD model numbers are so confusing. 5045 = 45HP, 5100 = 100HP. Who knew! :)

    Seems to be a trend towards higher PTO HPs in the same frame size tractor, as well as the basic...
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    Re: Picked up two attachments - how'd I do?

    Thought it was a good deal, thanks guys. The crimper looks like it could be new, just sat on the dealer lot for a while. The blade has been used lightly and with a coat of paint will look new.

    I'm...
  14. Re: 15KW Winco PTO Generator fs-CL, Leesburg, VA, $1K

    The vast majority of small backup generators, small engines, welders, lawn mowers, etc. operate at 3600RPM... they just don't make that kind of power at 1800RPM. No question. Never said it was bad,...
  15. Re: 15KW Winco PTO Generator fs-CL, Leesburg, VA, $1K

    I use backup generators for emergency backup, having them function is the #1 priority over saving a few bucks. So I guess for a lot of people who use them for backup power that's not necessarily the...
  16. Re: 15KW Winco PTO Generator fs-CL, Leesburg, VA, $1K

    I'm not dumping on any product, country, etc. If there is an option to buy something Made in the US instead of China for less money that is heavier duty, I would definitely go that route though......
  17. Re: 15KW Winco PTO Generator fs-CL, Leesburg, VA, $1K

    Sorry - I hadn't read the end of the other thread. I actually emailed Winco and they had already responded with just what you said - the 15kw has an Italian head and is then manufactured in...
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    Re: Picked up two attachments - how'd I do?

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    Picked up two attachments - how'd I do?

    Got a Land Pride HR3572 for $465, and a Land Pride CR2572 straw crimper for $330. I've been using a KK 72" box blade which is way too light for the tractor, I know i could go to 7' or 8' but I think...
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    Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    Loading your rears is really for traction. It's kind of a "freebie" because it adds no weight to the frame of the tractor, it's just sitting on the ground. But for loader work, besides the increased...
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    Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    Are you guys going to take care of him and get into a grapple appropriate for his tractor?

    5100E's loader is rated for only 400 lbs more than the 45hp Kioti at the pins/full height.
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    Re: Thoughts on this 10' grader blade?

    I think it's way too much blade. I have a heavy 8' on a larger tractor and it's plenty.

    For dirt you're barely going to scratch the surface. For snow you will have no problem pulling a load...
  23. Re: 15KW Winco PTO Generator fs-CL, Leesburg, VA, $1K

    Once again, I believe you can do a lot better if you go a bit older for a much nicer 1800RPM Made in USA unit, versus a 3600RPM Chinese screamer. Looking through the auctions this year there were a...
  24. Thread: Lynch Pins

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    Re: Lynch Pins

    The black ones have an extremely stiff ring, so I think it'd definitely solve the OP's issue.

    I've never broken a cheap one though... and I think a lot of mine are from the HF assortment. There's...
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    Re: if i wanted to build a jaw crusher...

    The problem for most people (not sure about OP/Holland) is not that gravel is expensive, it's that getting rid of concrete/stone debris is. I only pay about $250 for 18 yards of gravel a single truck...
  26. Re: Mowing a 14x80 mobile home with a DK55... YES!

    Just about this. I routinely move a 14,000 lb boat + trailer with my NX, and I did the same with my old L3650. It comes down to being able to control the load, and the fact you can't change ranges...
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    Re: Winco PTO Generator

    Is the furnace electric or gas? If electric, is it heat pump or resistance heat? How many AC units? Is the water heater/stove/etc. electric or gas? If you have a large electric infrastructure, you...
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    Re: Winco PTO Generator

    Edited as I missed the fact that it comes with the $700 3-point hitch. So the price does look good for what it is.
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    Re: Winco PTO Generator

    That's a 3600RPM generator, and I believe made in China. I think you're better off getting an older Winco, Katolight, etc. that is 1800RPM and made in the US... MUCH heavier duty units that will last...
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    Re: So Do Auxillary LED Lights Need A Relay.

    If you use crap switches, sure. A quality 10A switch will be rated to at least tens of thousands of cycles. Contura switches come in a lot of different visual styles, but they are all well-sealed and...
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    Re: So Do Auxillary LED Lights Need A Relay.

    3x18W? No. But the light bar on my Kioti is 234W which is 20A with the tractor not running.

    So, it depends a lot on the application and number of LEDs. If you are replacing existing lights with a...
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    Re: Woods DS96 not very good in thick grass

    I have a Land Pride RCR2572 which obviously is 2' less deck, yet the rear opening is probably twice the height of your Woods. I would cut it above the blades, but leave a provision to add a rubber...
  33. Re: Are there tricks to taking blades off Finish Mower

    Perhaps. But if I couldn't get it off with a wrench with the blade in the vise, it probably would have bent a nail that size and caused a big problem.

    This isn't a string trimmer head, but a brush...
  34. Re: Are there tricks to taking blades off Finish Mower

    Not sure about a hole but I don't believe so, but he attempted to brace it with a piece of wood first... no go. When I got back I first put the blade in a vice and still couldn't get it to turn with...
  35. Re: Are there tricks to taking blades off Finish Mower

    Impacts are the way to go. My lawn guy was completely confused how to get the blade off this brush cutter attachment I have for my Husky trimmer yesterday, spend 2 hours while I was gone trying to...
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    Re: Help selecting a Post Driver

    Yeah, you're fine if the valve is open center.
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    Re: Help selecting a Post Driver

    If it's open center, yes... I believe the default is closed center though. That's how mine was at least.
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    Re: Help selecting a Post Driver

    I can't speak for the 3-point mount itself, but everything from the manual adjust to the pounder itself looks identical on the Kencove to the Shaver. 99.99% sure it's the same driver.

    As a side...
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    Re: Help selecting a Post Driver

    I was a total newb when I bought the post pounder... and then I found not even my tractor mechanic or anyone I knew could explain the correct way to plumb it. It was amazing how confused people are...
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    Re: Help selecting a Post Driver

    Don't be nervous... it'll be perfect. The pump capacity is total flow, which is combined with the power steering... my NX6010 lists about 17 GPM but I think only about 10GPM is available for...
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    Re: Help selecting a Post Driver

    Also, the 3-point mount may have changed over the years but mine used two "stubs" that had Cat 2 ends. It was as simple as removing them and sliding a common drawbar in the existing opening, and...
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    Re: Help selecting a Post Driver

    I have a Shaver HD10, and used it initially on my Kubota L3650 which is a much smaller tractor with lower flow. It worked awesome on the L3650, no problem. The driver does not use hydraulics to pound...
  43. Re: Using a tractor for wireless Internet installation

    Someone on another forum asked about this, so I thought I'd update the post. Approaching a year later and uptime on the wireless link has been 99.95%. I have yet to move it over to a concrete base,...
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    Subsoiler pipe layer build

    I threw this attachment for my subsoiler together pretty quickly just to see if it would work and lay some line I wanted to bury... I had about 220' of line to bury from my wireless internet project...
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    Re: 250' water line: got some questions

    Brass fittings IMO are pretty unnecessary, the nylon insert fittings work just as well. I have several thousand feet now of 1"-1.5" poly buried. With the 1" pipe, I use cinch clamps which are much...
  46. Thread: My NX6010

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    Re: My NX6010

    Glad you got that resolved... voltage issues manifest themselves in many ways. My scissor lift starts, runs and drives fine, but for some reason if the battery is somewhat low all of the functions...
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    Re: 3pt, PTO, Diesel

    I completely understand about budgets. The cool thing about a post pounder though is most people buy it, pound the posts they need to pound, and then they can sell it and recoup all of their costs....
  48. Re: Cedar fence posts instead of pressure treated?

    Thanks folks. The cedar posts are northern white cedar, and I am finding some data to support they last pretty long. Both choices are real round fence posts (which I believe are all heartwood), no...
  49. Cedar fence posts instead of pressure treated?

    I am looking to add about 2000' of fencing this year. My normal supplier of pressure-treated pine posts has discontinued selling them. They now offer only cedar. I found a supplier of higher-quality...
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    Re: 1200 hours on a X485?

    Yeah... I have to go take a look. I'm pretty sure the plastic cam issue was fixed by the time the 235 had the Kawasaki though.
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    Re: 1200 hours on a X485?

    That's definitely a consideration and one of the primary reasons for moving from a 42" to a 54". I was looking at everything from 54" to 72" decks as speed is definitely a concern for me. The GT235...
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    Re: 1200 hours on a X485?

    Well, I screwed up then. My understanding was the GT235 had the Kawa only since 2003, at which point the plastic cam situation had been resolved. I'll have to see. To be honest, I'm not even sure if...
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    Re: 1200 hours on a X485?

    I'm only through one transaxle and not tough on equipment at all, it's on the second and it's fine... the dealership thinks there was something wrong with the first one. I think the low hours is a...
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    Re: 3pt, PTO, Diesel

    When I hear about that many post holes, I think someone really wants a pounder they just don't know it yet :)
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    Re: 1200 hours on a X485?

    What's wrong with the mower deck, and which deck do you have? This one has the 62c with the power flow cart. I don't need golf-course cut quality... I'd rather save time than have the perfect cut. I...
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    Re: 1200 hours on a X485?

    Oh, and I'm looking at the X485 because I would like to pull some implements like a lawn sweeper/dethatcher and want the heavier duty transmission.

    Also in the running are the 345, GT235/245/etc.,...
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    1200 hours on a X485?

    I desperately need a new tractor for mowing... my D130 is on its last legs with a whopping 150 hours on it on its second K40. Perfectly flat ground. I have about 2-2.5 acres to mow, mostly open...
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    Re: Potential Danuser Auger Purchase

    They were a huge safety hazard, all manufacturers have removed them. If you need more downforce, adding it hydraulically is the safe way to go.

    My apologies... I had no idea that auger was $3200...
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    Re: AMCO offset disc review

    Wow, that looks like a nice heavy disc! Can't believe it's an 8' and they suggest 68 engine HP. You have plenty of tractor for it!

    How many passes will it take you to get where you want to be?...
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    Re: Side Shift for Three Point Hitch?

    Makes sense, it can be offset for mowing slopes.

    http://www.edmaebi.com/images/TT270%20320x240%20lrg%20flail.jpghttp://www.edmaebi.com/images/TT270%20320x240%20lrg%20flail.jpg
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    Re: Kioti RX vs Mahindra 2555/2565

    Honestly I think at this point, all of the major brands are pretty good - Mahindra, TYM, LS, etc. You hear few horror stories like people who pick up old Russian tractors, grey market, etc.

    I...
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    Re: Glenmac T8 harley rake pricing?

    Got it today. The T8 is like twice the size of the t6 overall, it's seemingly huge compared to it. Works awesome though... Definitely a 1-tool solution for fast seed bed prep. With the tiller,...
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    Re: Glenmac T8 harley rake pricing?

    The T6 goes for $8400 at EA... I'm guessing the T8 was a decent amount more.

    I usually use my tiller for seedbed prep for planting, we shall see what happens but I think its time may be numbered :)
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    Re: Potential Danuser Auger Purchase

    $650 for a used auger seems like a huge ripoff when you can get a new 3-point auger for under $600. I'm sure the old Danuser is better built, but if you're fine with used I think you could easily...
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    Re: Bradco forks or Tomahawk forks?

    Tomahawk is made by the same company as Versatech... basically the same attachments.

    I think there is a good chance they are the absolute best value for the money. I REALLY like my Versatech rock...
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    Glenmac T8 harley rake pricing?

    I already purchased it, just wondering if I got a fair deal. 3-point Glenmac Harley Rake T8 (carbide teeth, hydraulic angle) for $4500.

    Worth it?

    Also, should I sell my tiller and pulverizer?
  67. Thread: My NX6010

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    Re: My NX6010

    I have not had the tranny pop out ever, but it is occasionally difficult to get into gear. It's like the teeth are not matching up. A trick I've found is to turn the steeling wheel back and forth a...
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    Re: Woods or Kioti backhoe?

    Well, that made it easy.

    Woods doesn't have a subframe for the NX-series.

    The price I was quoted on the Kioti today is $2,000 less than when I got one in December.

    Only issue is the...
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    Re: Woods or Kioti backhoe?

    Well, that made the choice easy... Woods does not have a subframe for the NX.
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    Re: Woods or Kioti backhoe?

    I have no such desire if the Woods is appreciably better than the Kioti, I'd rather have the better product. None of the Kioti dealers have the hoes around here so you can't operate anything before...
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    Woods or Kioti backhoe?

    Looking for a backhoe for my Kioti. The Woods specs out a bit better, but it's a bit more money than the Kioti I think (I only have one quote on the Woods)

    Opinions either way?
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    Re: frost an a pole building?

    Techno should make a SSQA driver, as well as perhaps a mast-based 3-point unit for a tractor. Would probably make these pilings a lot more reasonable/accessible for people.
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    Box Scraper Re: Is there really a difference in box blades?

    I think the economy box blades work just fine if they have twin curved cutting edges and rippers... I'm still using my 6' KK from my last tractor and it's only 500 lbs. It has no problem cutting,...
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    Price Check Re: Price check on tractors with a cab

    Yes, I definitely expected the Cabelas price to be much lower than the TYM price now that they're discontinued. When I was last at Cabelas the pricing seemed pretty darn good, so if you're beating it...
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    Price Check Re: Price check on tractors with a cab

    If I was shopping in the sub-60HP range I would definitely look at the Cabelas deals that are on right now, which are re-branded TYM.
  76. Re: Looking at a Takeuchi TB800 mini excavator

    I glanced at that briefly on Craigslist. It's a "large" looking machine but at 4400 lbs quite light, unknown hours. Some parts are still available but very expensive. For that kind of money I would...
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    Mowing Re: craftsman garden tractor

    Deere X300 has the same crappy K46 as all the others.

    The X320 and above have the K58 which is a marked improvement for mowing. The old GT2x5's have the Tuff Torq K71 like the X500. Somewhere...
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    Mowing Re: troy-built xp super bronco 24 HP

    It's not about belts or blades or the deck at all, or even the engine... it's about the $1200 crappy transmission puking its guts out at 100 hours.
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    Mowing Re: troy-built xp super bronco 24 HP

    The Deere D-series is probably the best of the "cheap" mowers but not by much... mostly a function of parts availability/dealer support/resale value. All of the cheap ones are built pretty similarly....
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    Re: Now this is how to build a unique house!!!!

    It's either built like that on purpose as it's a model, or it was simply a mistake by the GC or someone switching up two sets of plans. The concrete guys did the concrete work, when the builders got...
  81. Re: Home Made tractor project abandoned, help.

    Sounds interesting... get some pictures! I'd be curious and I'm not that far.

    I should have kept my spare Skyjack, it would have been a great chassis except for the low speed.
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    Forks Re: General advice for buying tractor forks

    Odd. I've never seen a loader with a sticker on it like that, I wish they would all have the specs on a spec plate riveted to them.

    Kubota for some reason likes to make it difficult to find specs...
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    Re: Kubota L3301HST/LA525 modifications

    That should not be an action photo. You are missing a heavy implement or counterweight on the 3 point. All of the weight is sitting on the front axle.

    Please throw the heaviest implement you have...
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    Forks Re: General advice for buying tractor forks

    Not sure you came up with 1000lbs. The LA805 is rated for 1715lbs at the pins, or 1290 at 20" forward at max height. So you're going to have essentially ~1000 lbs of lift capability. You can pick up...
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    US General IS HF. It's that simple. They use contract manufacturing to build stuff. Yes, the boxes are awesome. I have one too.
  86. Buying Advice Re: Bobcat Toolcat- Is it the right tractor for my Facility

    I think that's going down the road, really, and they're fairly conservative numbers. My L3650 was rated for 5,500 lbs... and I routinely moved my 14,000 boat + trailer with it as it was MUCH easier...
  87. Comparison Re: The right tractor for snow removal and maintaining property

    Be sure that you compare apples to apples. Mahindra, like Kioti, uses AgriCredit. All of the 0% offers I've seen (on the models I was looking at) from AgriCredit mean that if you take the 0%, you...
  88. Comparison Re: The right tractor for snow removal and maintaining property

    Here's my $.02.

    I did snow removal without a factory cab for a while, and last year while my Bobcat with heated cab was borrowed out, on my old L3650.

    Never again.

    I would look at a used...
  89. Re: Fellow Kubota RTV900 owners / mechanics - H E L P P L E A S E

    Stop throwing the parts cannon at this. Take a piece of wire and jump the starter solenoid to see if it will turn over. If it does, there's something in the middle preventing it from doing so. If...
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    Huh?

    US General is just a HF house brand... a name just for marketing. NONE of the US General products are Made in the USA that I am aware of, and definitely not the tool boxes. HF carries VERY...
  91. Re: open to suggestions-Building a Wall for kids at local school in Conn.

    A BX won't think twice about standing up a 16' pole. Put a flat board at the back of the hole and the tip of it on top of the hole, lift the BX bucket up a few feet, lift the end of the 6x6 up and...
  92. Re: Using a tractor for wireless Internet installation

    Agreed. I don't do heights, even going up 35' to work on my pole with the scissor lift is terrifying for me. :)
  93. Sticky: Re: PalletForks.com - 60" Grapple Buckets $1095 - 42" Pallet Forks $524 & More!

    Just a followup from my previous Titan snafus - I liked the quality but had fitment issues.

    My Kioti has a quick attach plate that is basically the absolute maximum width the SSQA spec allows. I...
  94. Thread: WR Long OBG-72

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    Re: WR Long OBG-72

    Looks like the 35-series loader compares well to the NX-series loader @ 2700 lbs lift. At 520 lbs for the grapple that seems like a pretty good match. If you are moving brush you will be fine,...
  95. Re: Anyone have one of these Compact Tract Attachment Grapples?

    That looks like a really good value. I am considering one. I am sick of having so many bucket attachments, and I would very infrequently use a grapple. I really like my Versatech (Tomahawk) rock...
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    I would recommend my Predator to anyone. I have it and an older Briggs, the Briggs has always started but the Predator has as well - plus it has more watts, electric start, and looks much nicer....
  97. Thread: John Deere 770

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    Re: John Deere 770

    It looks like they are still sold by Deere, I would think that would be your best bet.

    I think it's pretty unlikely you will find two pieces of a subframe for sale in a reasonable amount of time,...
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    Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    That looks badass. You should offer it in clear.

    Better yet - since you pride yourselves on "putting the needs of our customers above our own", you should offer custom color options for...
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    Generator Re: 15KW PTO Generator Harbor Freight

    I disagree with everyone here who thinks TVs and computers are that sensitive to their input. As a general rule, outside bad harmonics, they use power supplies that really don't care about waveform...
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    Re: King Kutter disc is a piece of garbage

    Well, since this thread was dug up again I will offer another opinion. An implement like a disc is set up for shipping when it comes from the factory. A $3000 Woods disc of similar size arrives at...
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