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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post
    This thread is overdue for an update, so here is a slight modification to prevent tree branches from knocking the lamps out of the rear work lights again.

    Notice how high they are mounted.

    Drilled holes in some aluminum strap, used a longer bolt and cut some tubing for spacers.
    Now they are down out of harms way.
    That's a great idea. I like simple solutions to problems. I need to do this as well. I almost broke one off with a tree branch again last week.

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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Xfaxman, How's that new Toolcat performing? Is it exceeding expectations? Any downfalls? I see from your photos that you have a Bobcat skid steer. Do you still need both pieces of equipment? Thanks. OB.





    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post
    December 19, 2012, just hauled it home, from Bobcat of OKC.

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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by orangeboy View Post
    Xfaxman, How's that new Toolcat performing?

    Well the "new Toolcat" is over 3 years old and performing now just like when new.


    Is it exceeding expectations?

    My wife says yes, she really likes it.

    Any downfalls?

    Yes, one. It doesn't have the limited slip front differential that we ordered.

    I see from your photos that you have a Bobcat skid steer.

    Not my photos? I have a Bobcat V417 Versahandler.

    Do you still need both pieces of equipment?

    No, never did really "need" the Toolcat, she bought it to mow the pasture, so I could do other "Honey Do's".

    Thanks. OB.
    Thanks for asking. Did you get the 5600?

    Here is the LINK to the V417 thread.

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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Xfaxman --- Thanks very much for your time. I hope you don't mind but I have two more questions:

    I'm considering purchasing the ToolCat for mowing pastures and paths, post hole digging, moving a little earth, shavings, manure, grappling, etc, and my wife does the mowing work like yours. It would be nice for her to stay cool and out of the sun in the summers in SC. Is it a great machine for cab enclosed mowing? I'm thinking about the Bobcat 72" mower. Lastly, which machine covers a broader workload, the telehandler or ToolCat? Would the telehandler be an option for the work list I've noted? Cheers, OB

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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Is it a great machine for cab enclosed mowing?
    Yep, that is the main reason she got it.

    which machine covers a broader workload, the telehandler or ToolCat?
    The Toolcat has twice as many approved attachments.

    Would the telehandler be an option for the work list I've noted?
    It would do everything, but it is much heavier, a foot wider and doesn't have suspension.

    For my needs I would keep the Versahandler if I could only have one machine.

    I think the Toolcat would be better for you.

    Good luck on your decision.
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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Xfaxman
    I just wanted to thank you again for your insight and advice.
    I'll pursue the Toolcat but need to sell my CAT 247B first.
    Cheers
    OB

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    You're welcome.

    Good luck on selling the Cat.
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    Default Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Originally Posted by WilliamBos
    I love those tool cats. When you get a chance, could you give us the occasional update on it?
    Time for the occasional update, with some old pictures.

    Hauled in some fill dirt with the dumper, to fill the hole made to level the area for the horse barn.

    Used the V417 to spread and wheel pack it, but it needed to be smoother, so I put the 8' box blade on the 5' wide Toolcat:

    Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures-p3180001-jpg


    Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures-p3180002-jpg


    Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures-p3180003-jpg


    Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures-p3180005-jpg


    Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures-p3180006-jpg


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    And what it looks like today:

    Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures-p6230047-jpg
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