J J explained it in the first post.
The snip is the new post layout, with no tractor information.
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J J explained it in the first post.
The snip is the new post layout, with no tractor information.
This is the topic, in the new forum design.
Had one, used it.
The manager should be able to give you the discount.
Could it be an Agri-Fab?
Bobcat doesn't list it now, but they used to. Also the historical page is not available: Bobcat Historical Specs - Bobcat Company
I measured the lift with no attachment, on my 2012 F Series.
It is good to see that they sell a fork frame, without forks. That topic comes up a lot here.
But I didn't see what class or size forks fit it.
Enlarged for future users.
Interesting project, good pictures, please keep us updated. :thumbsup:
Looks like a gooder-un. :thumbsup:
Congratulations! Looks gooder-un. :thumbsup:
Yep, the light that comes on when the pump runs has been a good thing several times.
Cycle Stop says the tank can be installed in any position, I'll have to ask him about sediment.
Need to correct the correction. It is a 6" casing, I measured the pipe today, but it sure looks bigger.
It is definitely a six inch casing. :thumbsup:
The pressure switch has a vinyl tube on...
BFreaky's pictures showed up on my Chrome browser. Double post, double pictures. :D
I like the sweeps, clever use of steel on hand.
Are you on a phone?
No problems. It is a two horse, 8' wide, slight taper on the nose, with a small dressing room. Going forward she can turn full lock, do a 360 and it clears the cab and the side of the bed. The bed is...
We have a friend with a short bed F150, she uses both.
Any grapple is better than no grapple.
Yep, thanks. ;)
On the spillway, she won't mow this either. :D
My wife bought the Toolcat so the cab would keep the poison ivy off of her while she helped with the mowing. She does let me use it some times. Sure is nice having the brush hog out front....
Keep in mind that the two cylinders in parallel will move at half the speed of the one in your test.
If I get up against a fence or a building, I set up crab steer and drive away! :thumbsup: :D
Wanted to watch it, but can't. :(
I didn't know the answer, since I rarely use it locked. So I went out and tried it in the dry red clay.
Made two circles, full left, the inside tire left a track.
Since we don't want a heated pressure tank house, I ordered the pside Kick system and teed in that pressure tank.
It is temporarily above ground until I can find a waterproof container with an...
Thanks for your ideas, maybe this thread will help someone in the future.
About a week ago, when I flushed the toilet, the monitor light came on normal, but went off about halfway through the...
Yep, Nut Buster or Nut splitter is what I have.
Ours is a 2012 Series F, it has been very reliable. I have no experience with the earlier Series.
Here is an old thread with some good info:...
I should have updated this thread a couple of months ago, I finally installed a pressure gauge at the water heater.
The gauge shows ON = 32, OFF = 50. Since it is a constant pressure system, when...
Yep, easy to roll, but hard to light! :D
Bobcat has one: Tiller Attachment - Bobcat Company
We felt the last two! :shocked:
For those with a Quick Attach or a skid steer, this is the strongest receiver mount that I have seen. ...
It is the hydraulic pump that Kwik-Way used on the loader, made for a garden tractor.
I bought it at an auction 10 years ago.
You should be able to change pulley sizes to speed it up. It was...
Well not exactly a "flip-up blade", guess I should have used this picture.
It does that on my W8.1, Chrome too.
Same for Related Equipment
My 6 foot weighs about 650 pounds, has a lever to raise and lower all the rippers at once. They latch all the way up or all the way down.
Yep, that is the one. But we have too many now!
The Many Uses of the Prickly Pear - Real Food - MOTHER EARTH NEWS
What computing machine and browser are you using?
No problems here on W8.1, Dell XPS18 All-In-One, touch screen, and Chrome. :thumbsup:
I was up and felt the 3.5 at 11:29, from 14 miles away. Went to bed and slept through the rest of them.
We have a friend that lives on Pine, about a mile from the 4.2, said "the one just after...
Errrr... I didn't think to ask the guy. I did call him last week about delivery. I bet it does come in a box. It's something I would use 2 or 3 times a year, so I wasn't sure I wanted to go HD. ...
The pressure should be OK, but the flow rate might be to slow.
I had to put a smaller pulley on my pump to speed up the loader. It can lift over 800 pounds with 1150 psi.
Yep, true for Prickly Pear cactus that we have here. If you hit it with a mower, each piece can put out roots and grow.
It is green in the summer, these were taken in February.
A bottle jack will work on its side, if the pump (handle) is on the bottom, so the oil can run into the pump.
Flush cut wire cutters. ...
From a google image search, it looks like most brush hogs.
Remove the bolt that the arrow points to, drop the wheel arm down until the back is slightly higher than the front and put the bolt in...
I just remembered previous threads about needing to show who the Original Poster is, especially on long threads.
Can that be put in the new version? Maybe at the top of the page?
Looks like a brass vent plug, there are several different styles.
What are you going to modify/make?
We have had good results with cinnamon sticks in the horse trailer living quarters and equipment cabs.
The main thing is you can pick up much more brush and much bigger diameter logs or trees.
Click this link: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/211635-grappling-fun-picture-thread.html
It is not heavier, it is thixotropic.
If you don't about corn head grease, click this thread: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/271324-grease-rotary-cutter-gear-box.html
Your problem is shown above in your picture and well documented on this site.
This is how Bobcat designed it.
There have been many threads here in the past about building fork frames like you want to do. If you have to buy the metal, you might want to check the cost of a fork frame from some of the site...
I does have some similarity's to the forerunner of the Bobcat skid steer.
I guess you never saw the link in my signature. :D
Congratulations. I like the horn. :thumbsup:
What engine does it have?
TORO has a great Website with links to manuals and parts.
That looks like the same deck as my 300 series side discharge...
Lotsa work, but good results. :thumbsup:
One thing that I use a lot is the "My Profile" link at the top off the page. It is not on the update.
TORO called it a Workman, but I am not sure they made a three wheel version. If they did it would be late 80's or early 90's.
Here are some later models from a Google Image search....
Do you have a quick attach for your bucket?
Here is a thread from last month that gives some good info on the 4 in 1, click this link:...
Here is my 48" box blade on my 22 horsepower "SubCompact".
I agree it needs to be in the new format and the second column would be even better than far right because some post titles aren't to informative.
Knowing what forum it is in is the deciding...
I am 75 and our Polaris Electric Ranger is easy to ingress and egress. (That is the first time I ever used those words) :D
I saw your post in the other thread about the Kubota 1100X, so you might want to check on the Bobcat 3650 UTV. Bobcat 3650 Hydrostatic Utility Vehicle (UTV) - Bobcat Company
If you do end up on the first page of a thread, there is a place to click to go to the first unread post.
I sure am enjoying your thread. :thumbsup:
My first Jeep was a 1949 CJ2A.
Me too. I'll just stay out of this until the dust settles. :([/QUOTE]
I found a way to get there. At the bottom of the page there is a "Quick Navagation" box.
Click the arrow, then click...
Yep, the same and for most skid steers and compact telehandlers.
Yep, it worked for me on Chrome and W8.1.
Yep, but not where they used to be.
Since it is not a tractor, you might want to try here, in the Construction Equipment Forum: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/construction-equipment/
I think the only difference would be the GPM rating of the snowblower.
Here is a link to the older series specs, click Toolcat on the page that comes up: Bobcat Historical Specifications - Bobcat...
I don't understand your problem. Are you on a phone or computer?
Are you using the "Backspace" key to come back?
Where are you coming back from?
Clarify your procedure.
Here is the new layout, note the difference at the top.
And your post.
Yep, it is working. I was signed in from the last time you tried, so it caught me by surprise. :eek:
Well I can't, but here is a link to their history: Miller Loaders: About Us
Later they were taken over by Woods.
Just call me Poppa Wheelie. :D
Yep, I used to be able to throw it up there, but not any more with a tire and wheel that weigh well over 100 pounds. Also this trailer doesn't have any thing to set the tire on while you slide it...
I don't think the cable is long enough on that style. But a small boat winch would work.
Yep, it is nice to see what is going on at the tips of the grapple. And it is so easy to step, not climb, in and out of the cab, except for yesterday. I have posted pictures of compressing the brush...
How many hours on it?
The high meadow dried out enough that I could grapple the tallest cedar that I have pulled so far, with the tree puller.
Trying here again with the "New Design": http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/news-feedback/339033-new-design-test-out.html#post4160487
Testing Thumbnail Size.
Still not working right, can't load small pictures and the...
46" long Timber Rattler.
This is how the battery indicator displays power left, as power is used.
Sometimes grade % and degrees of angle get confused. Here is a chart that shows what is what.
Had a flat repaired, could not lift the heavy load range G tire and wheel up to get it on the three studs that hold it.
No problem, I will use the shop crane. Problem, gravel driveway between shop...
Yep, we are waiting for the pictures! :D
Making a brush pile that won't be burned.
Compressing the brush, note that the front wheels are off of the...
Taking the second pile to the first pile.
?? Hold the phone upside-down??
Still not working, here is a snip.
Wrong! :laughing: The silt will be wetter the farther in that you go. :eek:
The dumpers will be splashed with mud.
It does better than I expected. It slides sideways a little and the ground was too wet that day.
With the 6' deck, I don't worry about a rollover. :thumbsup: