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Old 09-05-2018, 04:31 PM
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I think it needs decals,,
it ain't worth a hoot without a model number,,,






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No videos yet, but heres #700 pounds in the bucket. I dont have a pile of gravel or anything to play with so this will have to do for now.
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No videos yet, but heres #700 pounds in the bucket. I dont have a pile of gravel or anything to play with so this will have to do for now.
That is really a substantial amount of weight! How much weight is on the front of the tractor to counter so much in the rear?
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I had 225 up front but i think 150 would have been enough to hold it down somewhat. I'm using 75 pound waits up front if your wondering.
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I had 225 up front but i think 150 would have been enough to hold it down somewhat. I'm using 75 pound waits up front if your wondering.
I am wondering a little.. I would not mind building one myself actually. I think they would be great for smaller jobs where its tough to get a FEL in or a bigger machine. I have a skidsteer but sometimes its over kill and if its not dry out it can screw up the lawn pretty easily.
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