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    Re: 1/2 hour - homemade tree spade

    I have another long row of 10 ft blue spruce that I planted a little too close years ago (about 10 ft apart). They are almost growing into each other and I was thinking of cutting every other one. ...
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    Re: 1/2 hour - homemade tree spade

    That would work, attached like in the video, but the channel iron, bolted up to the bottom of the bucket, is simpilar and takes less time to construct. There is really no need for the "scoop"...
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    Re: 1/2 hour - homemade tree spade

    That fella obviously has way more than 1/2 hour in his. With a heavy-duty, JD-green loader bucket, that extra cross-braceing is not needed. You are right that the 400CX would not work as well for...
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    Re: 1/2 hour - homemade tree spade

    I have to apologize to you folks from Missouri, as I lack both the know-how and the equipment to post pictures. We have had several inches of rain here in upstate NY over the last week so the ground...
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    1/2 hour - homemade tree spade

    I just took about 1/2 hour to drill a few holes in a piece of 12" x 3" channel-iron and mount it to the 400X loader, heavy-duty bucket on my JD 4120. The section is about 30" long and bolts to the...
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