Homestead equipment (Tractors and Implement)

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  1. Jan 27, 2018 #1

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    So.... Got the Woods deck and put it through the motions. Picture one is a single pass through 3-4 inch saplings and heavy brush. Obliviated it! Second and third pics just showing it off. Do glad I got chains on it and the extreme heavy duty model. Then fourth I had the hydraulic top link mounted but have to wait till next week for the hydraulic side link. They had the wrong in stock. I'm really loving this set up. Oh........the quick Hitch. Almost forgot. Maybe the most convenient piece of all! Just back in and back out. Two levers you've changed implement. Brilliant piece! Thanks is on my new Mahindra. I traded a 55 horse for a 75 and am VERY happy I did image.jpg IMG_20180127_135418.jpg IMG_20180127_135438.jpg IMG_20180127_135506.jpg image.jpg image.jpg
     
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    A fine looking piece of equipment Dutch...

    Can't wait to come down for a visit and do some hunting on the back 40...

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  3. Jan 29, 2018 #3

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    Mahindra is a fine tractor. IF I get a new one it will be a Mahindra. My ole 61 Ford 801 is still going strong. But a bucket would be nice. Now I have to use the skid steer or the Case front loader/backhoe. I really like the chain setup on the Brush Hog. My ole 6' and 5' are a pain in the a&& to attach/detach.
     
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    Just decided I am getting one of these. I have several years worth of work on every weekend using this badboy!
     
  5. Jan 31, 2018 #5

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    It's here.....Video to come this weekend............... IMG_20180131_174812.jpg IMG_20180131_174827.jpg IMG_20180131_174833.jpg
     
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    This is why you are my hero. See it. Like it. Buy it. Use it. Done
     
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    HAHAHA........Is there another way?o_O
     
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    Amazing all the stuff you can add to that tractor Dutch...

    Seems it's the right tool to get the job done...
     
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  9. Jun 9, 2018 #9

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    Dutch, how do you like it?
     
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    It's awesome. I have a lot of trees that are just junk trees that cover a lot of land I want to use for open area and blocking a lot of view. It just rips most out. If there's a very deep tap root or huge other roots you .have to work it a bit but it tears most anything straight out of the ground. IMG_20180505_162212.jpg IMG_20180505_162156.jpg IMG_20180505_162142.jpg IMG_20180505_162137.jpg IMG_20180505_162059.jpg
     
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    Very. It's a beast. I use it to dig ditches, pull trees, as a forklift all kinds of uses. The teeth have 21,000 lbs of pressure so you get ahold something it's not letting go. Great for pulling T posts too.....
     
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    Nice! What did that cost?
     
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    $2800.00..... i believe ,not bad in my opinion. It's been awhile so that may not be exact. It's very close though. Danuser has a website and it's priced on everythingattachments.com
     
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    I have not. I am impressed though. That a Badass piece of equipment.....
     
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    Land Shark...!!


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