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#196 Littledeere ONLINE  

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Posted September 16, 2013 - 08:10 PM

Rear pto for 400 John Deere these are needed to run rear pto attachments

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Posted September 16, 2013 - 09:04 PM

This attachment you have posted, really wouldn't be hard to reproduce. The bed of it really resembles a Radio Flyer wagon. Cut off the running gear, and weld on some mounting brackets, and there you go. You see these old wagons for sale everywhere, so finding one shouldn't be hard.

when I first got it my tractor Buddie said I could put a larger wagon on it and I said no that would not be oringnal and then as I was sanding it down for paint I found RADIO FLYER decals. I had to call my friend and we had a good laugh.I do enjoy riding it at our big show as we have a large flee maeket that I can drive thru and if I buy someting I can haul it back to my site

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Posted September 17, 2013 - 06:45 AM

So far, my favorite is the Box Blade. I believe it is a home made unit, as it was only 40" wide when I got it and the sleeve hitch was non-factory. I have since reworked it to a 3-point and is now 52" wide.

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I hope to set it up with an optional sleeve hitch before too long.

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Posted September 17, 2013 - 06:21 PM

I sat here last night for I know it had to be at least 2 hrs. looking at all the fine pieces of tools that each of y'all own and reading about just about everyone and then at the end I was really confused. 

I am not a farm boy and I would not know what to do with the first piece of the tools. It was very interesting to read what y'all had to say about the tools of the trade,  It is hard to believe that just a such a small number of men can know so much about all these different tools.

 

What more can I say than Thank you for the education.

 

 

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Posted September 17, 2013 - 06:33 PM

I sat here last night for I know it had to be at least 2 hrs. looking at all the fine pieces of tools that each of y'all own and reading about just about everyone and then at the end I was really confused. 

I am not a farm boy and I would not know what to do with the first piece of the tools. It was very interesting to read what y'all had to say about the tools of the trade,  It is hard to believe that just a such a small number of men can know so much about all these different tools.

 

What more can I say than Thank you for the education.

 

 

Dick

That's what is good here, Dick! Folks are willing to share their knowledge.


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Posted September 17, 2013 - 07:36 PM

I sat here last night for I know it had to be at least 2 hrs. looking at all the fine pieces of tools that each of y'all own and reading about just about everyone and then at the end I was really confused. 
I am not a farm boy and I would not know what to do with the first piece of the tools. It was very interesting to read what y'all had to say about the tools of the trade,  It is hard to believe that just a such a small number of men can know so much about all these different tools.
 
What more can I say than Thank you for the education.
 
 
Dick

People who have been around these (or larger) machines have an advantage here.
This might be an idea for a very nice article. Be a good winter time project maybe.
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Posted October 17, 2013 - 11:41 PM

this is my 1967 bolens 850 I did a complete restoration on but the rare part is the danuser cd-1 posthole digger I also restored.. if I remember right this unit was #56 op 149 and it left the factory 5-26-67... its a rare piece for sure

 

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this is a bulldog 360 trencher that fits bolens ht models im nit sure how many were mase but the seral number is 46 I also have a N.O.S p.t.o unit to run it since you have to have a 540 RPM p.t.o to run it

 

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this is a Viking seeder I picked up at a yard sale I got it for 200 bucks I never seen another in person but I hear there very rare

 

 

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this is my 1050 with my n.o.s 4000w generator theres a few around but they bring big money

 

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and the last I can think of is my 2 all original cozy cabs, one is for the early large frame bolens theres a few of them around but the other is for a tube frame witch I only seen 2 or 3...

 

 

 

hope you enjoy

 

 

 

 

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Posted October 18, 2013 - 01:36 AM

Guess I should post a few more.

 

Haban Sickle-Mo, and Bolens hydraulic lift attachment for the Bolens tube frames.  The lift attachment Is the gold colored 'goodie' below the muffler.

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NOS hand cruise/speed control for the Bolens HT18 and HT 20. 
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NOS 12v String Trimmer Attachment for various Bolens tractors:
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Sweepster Transport Body for the Bolens tube frames:
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Posted October 18, 2013 - 04:43 PM

Mine and my brother's NOS 3pt for a sears tractor.

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Posted October 18, 2013 - 04:45 PM

Nice, but where is the rest of the top link?



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Posted October 18, 2013 - 04:49 PM

Nice, but where is the rest of the top link?

Good question lol. This is a picture from the seller and I know I saw it in there before. Its been awhile since I have looked in the box it came in. I will have to look at it again next time I get a chance.


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Posted October 18, 2013 - 04:58 PM

I have one of those top links. Been trying to figure out what I want to use it on!



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Posted October 19, 2013 - 12:14 PM

heres a better pics of the trencher I just hooked it up for the first time sine I bought it almost a year ago

 

 

 

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Posted March 26, 2014 - 06:06 PM

WOW!!! Many, many nice implements. Since I'm more of a Bolens fan I will admit that I didn't see what I was hoping for. Great tools like the posthole digger, the forklift and the trencher were to drool over. But, didn't see if anyone had a backhoe attachment or a log splitter for a Bolens GT of any size. The front pulley PTO has me thinking, though.

 

Again, great stuff everyone.



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Posted March 26, 2014 - 07:24 PM

WOW!!! Many, many nice implements. Since I'm more of a Bolens fan I will admit that I didn't see what I was hoping for. Great tools like the posthole digger, the forklift and the trencher were to drool over. But, didn't see if anyone had a backhoe attachment or a log splitter for a Bolens GT of any size. The front pulley PTO has me thinking, though.

 

Again, great stuff everyone.

 

:D

http://gardentractor...re/?hl= backhoe

 

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