Cool or Rare Attachments

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deere4320

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Hi All,
This is just a thread to post all of you cool or rare attachments and explain them (if needed). Any attachment that you find interesting!
 
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CubMon

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How about an ice cream maker? Oh, you meant attachments that exist...

Someone must have something 'off the wall'!?!?
 
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A JD 232 aerator. A couple of JD dealers had no idea it existed when I went looking for replacement spoons.

And a homemade log carrier.
 
  
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A JD 232 aerator. A couple of JD dealers had no idea it existed when I went looking for replacement spoons.

And a homemade log carrier.

The aerator is awesome, where did you find it?
 
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A JD 232 aerator. A couple of JD dealers had no idea it existed when I went looking for replacement spoons.

And a homemade log carrier.

I like that log carrier....
what is the biggest log you have moved with it?


J
 
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3Bladz

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Here is a road grader attatchment for a Ford 8N. The front wheels are moved to the front of the grader and it bolts to the front and back axles.
 

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The aerator is awesome, where did you find it?

It was a "local pick-up only" in downtown San Francisco. The seller didn't know what it was but had it listed in the "Industrial" area of eBay.

My automatic eBay search for local equipment picked it up. I was the only bidder at $50. Lucky.
 
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I like that log carrier....
what is the biggest log you have moved with it?


J

Those are the light-duty tongs in the photo. It has been used for a 30', 18" diameter (at the base) tree with no problem.

A larger set of tongs has lifted an 10', 30" log with plenty of ballast in the rear. The chainsaw's 28" bar would not go through on one pass so 30" is a guess.

It sure saves the back when the logs can be held at waist level and sawed into rounds.

It is handy for loading and unloading a trailer with fixed sides from the rear as well. No more dropping the logs from the side with the forklift attachment and hoping for the best.
 
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That road grader attachment was so cool. Thanks:thumbsup:
 
  
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Here is a road grader attatchment for a Ford 8N. The front wheels are moved to the front of the grader and it bolts to the front and back axles.

Yeh it is!!! It seems like you have a really nice set up in your avatar:thumbsup:
 
 
 
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