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#256 Bolens800uk OFFLINE  

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Posted August 11, 2015 - 09:40 AM

I have a Howard Bolens rear cylinder (reel) mowing attachment for a TF Bolens.

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Posted August 14, 2015 - 09:16 PM

Picked up a Brinly disk today. I was hoping for a 3pth, but none come up for sale around here,and I was tired of waiting. Lol. And well, I haven't bought anything in awhile either. Hope it works great. 

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Posted November 01, 2015 - 08:16 PM

Bump - Just hoping for some more updates! 


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Posted November 02, 2015 - 01:13 PM

My favorite attachment would probably be the vacuum for the simplicity small frame yeomans



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Posted November 08, 2015 - 06:53 AM

I have picked up a couple more when I bought the Gravely 450. First is the rotary plow.

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Then the Kensico 235 Cart.
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Posted November 08, 2015 - 09:51 AM

I'll throw in mine.

 

'63 L8

'72 816 & cart

'73 C & plow

'83 5200 & 30" brush deck

Restored estate sulky

Haban sickle mower

Kwik way loader

'73 C8 & Lawn roller

Rotary plow

Scoop

restored standard sulky

'73 408 rider

50" mower deck &

snow plow for 816

 

That's just what I can think off off the top of my head.

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Posted November 08, 2015 - 10:59 PM

Here is my Allis Chalmers L-12 Loader:

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Posted November 09, 2015 - 12:07 PM

Here is my Allis Chalmers L-12 Loader:

Looks like a stout loader. 


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Posted November 09, 2015 - 07:39 PM

Looks like a stout loader. 

 

It probably is, had it for 7 years and still haven't gotten it on a tractor, but I'm getting close...... I had to have the subframe fabricated for it, then got done painting the subframe this year. Next step is to finish the tractor its going on, a B-212.


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Posted November 10, 2015 - 12:53 AM

I'll throw in mine.

 

'63 L8

'72 816 & cart

'73 C & plow

'83 5200 & 30" brush deck

Restored estate sulky

Haban sickle mower

Kwik way loader

'73 C8 & Lawn roller

Rotary plow

Scoop

restored standard sulky

'73 408 rider

50" mower deck &

snow plow for 816

 

That's just what I can think off off the top of my head.

Don,

Nice collection.  I have close to 20 attachments for my herd.  How do you like the scoop?  I just got mine set up for the first time on a C8.  Its not a genuine Gravely utility scoop but it is about the same size and operates similarly.  I will be using it to move compost piles in the next week.


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Posted November 10, 2015 - 07:26 AM

I think I want a scoop.



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Posted November 10, 2015 - 08:59 AM

I forgot to post the snow blade for the Gravely.

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Posted November 10, 2015 - 09:58 AM

Paul,

It takes some getting used to and moving heavy things is a bear. As you know to lift the scoop you push down on the handle bars. It does real well for digging due to the angle it sits at. I've used it for relocating snow piles and moving dirt around to backfill the area for my storage tent. 

It should do well moving compost piles.


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Posted November 10, 2015 - 04:11 PM

Paul,

It takes some getting used to and moving heavy things is a bear. As you know to lift the scoop you push down on the handle bars. It does real well for digging due to the angle it sits at. I've used it for relocating snow piles and moving dirt around to backfill the area for my storage tent. 

It should do well moving compost piles.

On my C8 with no battery (starter problem) and a nearly full gas tank it is almost perfectly balanced - probably less than a pound to the scoop side.  The compost is relatively dry, so it shouldn't be too much weight for a scoop full.  I'll see how it goes.  It should beat shovelling into a wheelbarrow and hand carrying that.



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Posted November 10, 2015 - 05:21 PM

It beats the old way for sure. I moved a couple of basketball sized rocks and it was interesting. Put the rocks in the bucket, push down to lift, reach over shift into forward and steer. I'm sure it would get easier the more it's done but I felt like I didn't have enough hands. Lols.

The great thing about the scoop is it's compact, you can get a load of compost or mulch and put it in some tight spots. 






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