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post #1 of 8 Old 03-24-2019, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
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What projects are planned for 2019 Scut work?

What kind of projects do you have planned to do with your SCUT this year?

Me and the GC1710 are planning to:

Fell some Trees
Remove a few old stumps
Spread out 3 to 5 Tri-axle loads of gravel
Remove some saplings and brush in the front yard (30 x 100 ft.)
Move a dozen or so Boulders...and maybe dig a couple new ones up

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post #2 of 8 Old 03-24-2019, 03:11 PM
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Re: What projects are planned for 2019 Scut work?

I have three 100'+ oak trees that need to be removed. One (widow-maker) already split at the base and fell into the notch of a nearby tree. I hired a tree service w/bucket lift to take down the trees and chip the brush next week. I'll be cutting the wood to length, and using my SCUT & trailer to move the firewood to my neighbor.

Then I have to take apart and rebuild a large retaining wall made from 8" x 8" x 12' landscape timbers. That will also need many buckets of gravel, topped with crushed stone.

Finally, I need a tri-axle load (24 tons) of gravel to fill in a spot behind my shed.

Sounds like fun? Cal

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The front of my moms house looks like crap. Weeds every where, i need to redo everything. Then move to the back and start after that.

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post #4 of 8 Old 03-25-2019, 01:52 AM
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Re: What projects are planned for 2019 Scut work?

Not planned and not future, but '19. Dug a hole for a neighbor's cow that didn't make it. Roughly 5 x 5 x 4 or so deep. First time digging any size hole and it went pretty easily. Didn't really take all that long either. Then he pushed the cow in and I filled the hole.

Got about a 30' retaining wall to do, but there's a lot of digging first including moving a fairly large Forsythia bush.

Probably a few more small stumps to come out.

Some mowing with the 60" MMM.
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Re: What projects are planned for 2019 Scut work?

Leveling a pad and laying down gravel for a parking spot for my new RV.

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Re: What projects are planned for 2019 Scut work?

Leveling out the front yard, building up a few places around the yard, tilling the new garden spot, tilling for grass where I leveled the yard, hauling the chicken coop to a new spot, leveling a spot for a garage, clearing a field so I can hopefully plant some fruit trees, and winning the lottery so I can afford to do all of this and retire so I can have the time to do it all.

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post #7 of 8 Old 03-27-2019, 08:55 AM
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Re: What projects are planned for 2019 Scut work?

Two projects that are about to begin: food plot and small motocross practice track. The box blade and FEL will get a lot of use and I'll get a lot of practice .

May need to pick up the disc harrows and/or a brush cutter this year.
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Re: What projects are planned for 2019 Scut work?

Scarify lawn.
Cut a better ~100' of road ditch (the township basically left just a swale on half our frontage).
Fix a few "yard ponds".
Clean up visible portion of adjacent clear cut forest so I don't have to look at that mess every day.
Pull out the ZTR when it gets stuck in one of the big "yard ponds".
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