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No hydro for the snowblower, the wind generally blows the same direction all the time. We'll see what happens, no snow yet.
Curious to see how well yours works. I have an older model of the same unit (probably early 90's vintage) it maybe at best can move snow 10ft. Trying to find the reason why but without snow it is kind of difficult. I measured a brand new ones clearance inside the impeller housing and the new ones have 1/2" clearances as well which I guess is due to the housing not being round inside. Of course on the new ones QA might be much better. Buhler says it has to be my tractor.. HA
 

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I'll let you know how it does. It used to belong to a neighbor of mine and I've seen him throw a lot of snow. His aproach is about four hundred yards long, and he decided he must have needed something bigger. I dont blame him, it looked like it sucked. He had a bx23 kubota for a tractor.
 

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Wallenstein BX32. Rated to accept 3" but I've had no trouble chipping up to 4" diameter wood. :)

 

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Wallenstein BX32. Rated to accept 3" but I've had no trouble chipping up to 4" diameter wood. :)
Very slick! How are you going to fit it in the shed? :thThumbsU
 

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Where did you get your chipper and how much was it?
 

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Where did you get your chipper and how much was it?
I purchased it through my Deere dealer and it was $3000 with tax and delivered. There was originally going to be some freight, but with all the storm clean up going on around here, the dealer ordered more units for inventory and passed the savings on to me. :)
 

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thows are good chippers i have one to the same size except i have the leaf shredder on mine there made about a hour away from me so i just drove up and picked mine up
 

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people want pictures. Here is my Kioti DS3510 with KL352 loader but I have a 36" grapple bucket on it instead of the regular bucket. Love the QA capabilities. Also a pic of the 3rd function valve.
 

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Can't believe this was not added to in sometime. I'm sure the members have some cool attachments not found in this mega thread! lol..... :thThumbsU
 

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I have enjoyed this thread and want to add to it, with a few I made for my tractor.
Brush forks made from 1 1/4 inch rebar from scrap yard, cost 22 cents a pound. Work great.
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Wheel weights from scrap yard also 22 cents a pound, 100 lbs per wheel.
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Power steering made with a john deere control valve and a hydraulic cylinder.
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Stablilizer bars, much easier to use than turn buckles.
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Receiver hitch and weight bar.
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Converted my john deere 455 hitch from cat o. So I can use both cat o and cat 1 equipment without changing anything.
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And a few more.

yellow carry all in background I made to carry fire wood.
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Receiver hitch for bucket, beats looking over your shoulder and backing trailers.
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Chain hooks for bucket made from 3x3 angle.
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Front end loader for my 425 john deere . the loader was made for an older model and I had to make mounting brackets for it to work on the 425.
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Looking for a grill guard for a Kubota B3030 part number B2335 new or used
This is the number for the one with 3 bars and mounts on the side of the weight brkt.
 
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