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Torvy

Platinum Member
Joined
Jul 21, 2021
Messages
991
Location
North East Texas
Tractor
Looking to purchase a Compact Tractor in 30-50 HP range.
My future son-in-law works for Fidelity. Kinda makes me want to move my money elsewhere. :)
 

orange tree

Bronze Member
Joined
Sep 15, 2021
Messages
53
Location
central idaho
Tractor
kioti ck2610
Just pulled the trigger on a grapple ... was going to wait until late winter ... but they are 4-5 months out, so if i wanted it by spring, no point to wait. They were 4-6 weeks or so out on less complex things like forks.
 

mroland72

New member
Joined
Jun 15, 2017
Messages
16
Location
Ridgeway, Va
Tractor
Kioti CK3510SE HST TLB
Life's good! Got shipping notification yesterday and look what arrived today!
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MattN03

New member
Joined
Sep 19, 2004
Messages
17
Location
Central KY
Tractor
Kubota B3200, LA504 FEL, BH76 Backhoe & Toro Z-Master 3000
Just pulled the trigger on a grapple ... was going to wait until late winter ... but they are 4-5 months out, so if i wanted it by spring, no point to wait. They were 4-6 weeks or so out on less complex things like forks.

I'm at week 23 for a Wicked 55. I expect it to ship about anytime.
 

Williy

Veteran Member
Joined
Apr 26, 2020
Messages
1,035
Location
Texas
Tractor
Yanmar YT 235C Yannar YRC 60 rotary cutter, Yanmar RT72 rotary tiller B75 Backhoe & bucket & thumb
Maybe you will get it for christmas so you
can put it in your stocking hanging by the
fireplace:giggle:
I have been using my backhoe with thumb
grabbing a bunch of cedar branches and
heading for the big pile to dump

willy
 

Williy

Veteran Member
Joined
Apr 26, 2020
Messages
1,035
Location
Texas
Tractor
Yanmar YT 235C Yannar YRC 60 rotary cutter, Yanmar RT72 rotary tiller B75 Backhoe & bucket & thumb
Torvy give this a try: down load Mint 19.3 from this
website https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2019/12/download-linux-mint-19-3 scroll down to the green bar and download then burn to
a disc after finished burning place disc in tray and restart
your computer mint should come up and you can give it
a test drive without adding it to your computer and just
delete it or you can install if you like it along side of
windows just read the options

willy
 

Cataclysm

Platinum Member
Joined
Feb 3, 2016
Messages
615
Location
ok
Tractor
LS4155HC
My 4in1 bucket showed up!!! WRL-UJ2-72

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Ordered 07/29/21 Recieved 10/15/21

Here is the 1st bucket load. I had cleaned out a culvert and the rock and dirt were laying up on the narrow right of way. I was able to open the bucket and move backwards while collecting all the dirt. Zero shovel time!

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Another job waiting for it included this messy water line repair in a soft front yard. It has been leaking for a year.

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Again I was able to open the bucket and back up to pick up all the sloppy mud and grass to back fill. I would have chased that last bit all over the yard or (gasp!) use a shovel.

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This 72" 4n1 is properly sized/weighted for my tractor. Its not a heavy skid steer bucket. My tractor has no trouble handling a heaped up, spilling over load. The heaping bucket of mud I picked up was getting pretty heavy but I could still move it around at will.

I have a WR Long true 3rd function kit on my tractor. This tractor has about 8gpm hydraulic flow. That is enough to do the fancy "backup/roll the bucket/close the bucket" all at the same time move to pickup the last bit of material. I had been wondering it I had enough flow to do that.

This bucket has a bit longer floor and a bit shorter back than my regular bucket. It seems to hold about the same amount of material as my standard bucket. The bucket is clocked correctly to be able to roll it forward or back to work loose material like the standard bucket.

Other than welding some chain hooks I don't see changing anything on this bucket.

The wait was well worth it!!!!! THANK YOU EVERYTHING ATTACHMENTS!!!!!!
 

Cataclysm

Platinum Member
Joined
Feb 3, 2016
Messages
615
Location
ok
Tractor
LS4155HC
Here are the previously mentioned chain hooks added to the 4n1 bucket. I add chain hooks front and back. Front and rear hooks help when picking up something flat to load onto a trailer.


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I also added a keeper set up for the hydraulic hoses. Just a bit of round bar and a horse shoe tacked on. Seems the hoses were prone to try to hang down behind the bucket and I didn't want to hook something and pull them off.

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