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    Veteran Member Xfaxman's Avatar
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    Default Re: Redneck brush piler

    Quote Originally Posted by Gale Hawkins View Post
    How do you keep from getting hit with brush based on photo #3. I have to say i would have never through of that concept.
    Hasn't been a problem, that piece of brush is way out from the seat. I get on and off from that side and it wasn't close. I know how I would build a cage for it, but it is way down on the roundtoit list.

    I thought of it when dragging dead trees out of the woods a few years after an ice storm. Said to myself, "this sure would work good with a loader on it", and it does.

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    Default Re: Redneck brush piler

    That looks like 1 of the machines that they use/used around here on the golf course to cut grass.I didn't know they had that kind of power or,would ever hold up to what you'er using it for
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    Default Re: Redneck brush piler

    Quote Originally Posted by kenmac View Post
    That looks like 1 of the machines that they use/used around here on the golf course to cut grass.I didn't know they had that kind of power or,would ever hold up to what you'er using it for
    YEP that is what it is. 1990, 3 cyl diesel, 22 hp, HST, front axle is Spicer rated at 1800 pound load capacity. They made a 88" Tri-flex deck that was over 600 pounds. Most had the 72" side discharge 3 blade deck.

    Here is the one I used to mow with, it is newer, 1993 and 25 hp.

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    Default Re: Redneck brush piler

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Fowler View Post
    That's not a QA, its still a pin on .
    Yeah I can clearly see that now after looking back on it, actually the picture was so large I had to pan around the picture and didn't notice it was individually pined on, when resizing the image I could was not a quick attachment as i first thought,
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