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    Elite Member Xfaxman's Avatar
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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamBos View Post
    I love those tool cats. When you get a chance, could you give us the ocassional update on it?
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    Ok, here are some attachments that I had for the V417.

    Forks
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    Monster Grapple
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    Gorilla Grapple
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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Very nice.. I have a B series. Always frustrated that I can't roll my grapple down all the way without the hydraulics getting "stuck". I guess the C series and beyond fixed the arm and bucket rollback.
    Brush Chipping and Tree Mulching Texas Style!

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    Elite Member Xfaxman's Avatar
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    Well I got the heavy duty fork frame fixed, after overloading it and bending the upper lip.
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    Now it has a stiff upper lip!
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    Put it on the 5610.
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    Knocked the dirt off a cedar tree that had been pushed over several years before we bought this place.
    It had little trees growing from the root ball!
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    View from the seat, Picked it up and dropped it a few times.
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    Found the balance point on the forks, and moved it.
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    A forkful of deader-uns!
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    Elite Member Xfaxman's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamBos View Post
    I love those Toolcats. When you get a chance, could you give us the occasional update on it?
    Time for the occasional update.

    Mowing the steep sides of the spillway.
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    Mowing the steep (2/1 run/rise, 26.6 degree slope, 50% grade) side of the dam.
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    Hung a chain on the work light to show true straight up and down.
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    Major pucker factor!
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    Default Re: The Occasional Update

    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post
    Time for the occasional update.

    Mowing the steep sides of the spillway.
    -pc190002-jpg -pc190003-jpg -pc190004-jpg

    Mowing the steep (2/1 run/rise, 26.6 degree slope, 50% grade) side of the dam.
    -p4120002-jpg -p4010048-jpg -p4010055-jpg

    Hung a chain on the work light to show true straight up and down.
    -p9250008-jpg
    Major pucker factor!
    Wow!! That's an awesome machine!! How much $$ does a new 5610 set a guy back these days?

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    Wow!! That's an awesome machine!! How much $$ does a new 5610 set a guy back these days?
    That depends on your Bobcat dealer, but the MSRP will give you sticker shock!

    We bought it in Dedember, 2012. Sticker 59K, out the door was 55k. My wife does most of the flat land mowing with it.

    Toolcats with a blower on the front are very popular with the commercial snow removal guys.
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    Xfaxman
    Absolutely love the pictures of you taking out that big cedar trees. It's always good to those cedars gone.

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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by lowellw2 View Post
    Xfaxman
    Absolutely love the pictures of you taking out that big cedar trees. It's always good to those cedars gone.
    Thanks, yep a never ending battle against cedars!

    Here is the link for the big cedar tree: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/s...30#post3656130
    Last edited by Xfaxman; 02-10-2014 at 03:21 PM. Reason: updated link
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    With this toy you have I could probable get a few of my big boulders out of the ground. Seems like when it rains they grow. I assume with the telehandler and that squeezer implement you can get up high and wiggle them a little also. Great collections .
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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamBos View Post
    I love those tool cats. When you get a chance, could you give us the ocassional update on it?
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    Time for the update. Had some fill dirt hauled in, used the 6' box blade to push it into place.
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    The box blade is on a Tilt-Tach.
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