Nice! I've been wanting to get something similar. My only gripe with road trailers is the pizza cutter wheels; They leave trenches across my lawn with a loaded trailer. I need to figure out how to make dual wheels or find fatter tires when I do find a trailer.
Thanks, I had not thought of that. I will probably give it a try tomorrow sometime.
Last project for the X is to make the bucket a JDQA so I can slide on some forks easily. I ordered the tractor side parts from a 1 series a few weeks ago, and yesterday I went down to Artillian, which is now owned my Curtis, which is only about 30 minutes from me to get their forks and JD brackets for the bucket. Beautiful new building. Looked like a real nice facility.. the guys on the dock had my stuff waiting and helped load it with a smile and courtesy.
all heavy duty.. I will be mounting the brackets onto the loader and try out the forks in a couple days, waiting for the bushings as they're 1" and the 45 is 3/4"..Just need to get the brackets welded on the bucket sometime.
Put the kids to work today.
Sometimes I just can't help myself. Went to an auction on Saturday and bought 5 of the 9 300 series that were there. Four 318's and a 322... Plus other stuff.
Forgot what pigs those 47 blowers are and realized I should have loaded everything a bit differently when I hooked the trailer back up after filling the bed. Needless to say the super duty handled like a crap on the way home. I'll take front heavy any day of the week though. :tango_face_glasses:
I was expecting an Audi. Very cool. VWs are my other hobby. JD green is not the only green I enjoy.