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    Default Redneck brush piler

    -100_5882-jpg-100_5881-jpg I came across this item a few years back in need of repairs. It was originally made to attach to a 3 point. I have since added 2 more forks, and adapted it to work on my loader or 3 point. It works pretty good.
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    Nice find ! Looks like that will come in handy for all kinds of things !
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    Looks like would be handy to have, I've seen many attachments to use with a FEL, but this is the first one of these, I really must convert my loader to a quick connect like you have,
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    Quote Originally Posted by deepNdirt View Post
    Looks like would be handy to have, I've seen many attachments to use with a FEL, but this is the first one of these, I really must convert my loader to a quick connect like you have,
    That's not a QA, its still a pin on .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Fowler View Post
    That's not a QA, its still a pin on .
    The loader is a quick attach. The bucket and forks are not. Two bolts and the hose disconnects and the loader is ready to come off. Pictures aren't really neccesary, I am just being schooled and practicing bringing pictures over.

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    You did good on getting the pictures posted I don't know how to do it that way.

    Guess I'm a Redneck since I made one on a smaller scale. The tines are sucker rod, 4' long screwed into a coupler welded on the bottom of the frame. I can remove the long ones and put two short ones on for moving corral panels.

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    There is about 500 pounds of counterweight on the back for this log. Usually only 100 to 200.

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    Now that is a neat looking machine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by winston1 View Post
    -100_5882-jpg-100_5881-jpg I came across this item a few years back in need of repairs. It was originally made to attach to a 3 point. I have since added 2 more forks, and adapted it to work on my loader or 3 point. It works pretty good.
    Nice solution. I have picked up the second set of chain on pipe forks but have not tested using four so this photo gives me hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winston1 View Post
    Now that is a neat looking machine!
    Thanks, very handy. I had the TORO 322D groundsmaster with no mower deck, got the loader at an auction, and put it together. Here it is with the forks on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post
    Thanks, very handy. I had the TORO 322D groundsmaster with no mower deck, got the loader at an auction, and put it together. Here it is with the forks on it.

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    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.

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