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#91 holdenboy1960 OFFLINE  

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Posted July 23, 2016 - 05:51 AM

Here is some of my work!

Most recent. Just finished this ripper 15 minutes ago.dcdd735b888e45a19d872d334ce3b769.jpg69877070e80b527b2bd21c75ae42d7ba.jpg

Also adapted my plow blade so it can be used as a box blade. 584dbf1a5d95125ce45c28a86b258902.jpg6b3a40a4367e9ffcb9fe34c97f883628.jpg

This is my skidding winch setup I built to haul trees and logs but have found many other uses for it. 73f56a3528b32284eea70e5b5ebb665a.jpga0e2b6a2154fa57ccd02d654e550d638.jpg

I love the ripper made from the mattock head , i might if allowed too , take your idea for a single tine ripper ( sod buster ) as i got plenty of mattock & pick heads around the place 


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Posted July 23, 2016 - 06:34 PM

Here are three items built for garden tractors. The first two are in one picture, a three point drawbar receiver hitch stabilaizer, and a 16"x30" receiver hitch carrier. The third item is light duty pallet forks or carryall for the Brinly A frame. Majority of material used is 1/8" thickness and material I already owned.

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#93 Gillis.jim OFFLINE  

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Posted July 24, 2016 - 01:20 PM

I love the ripper made from the mattock head , i might if allowed too , take your idea for a single tine ripper ( sod buster ) as i got plenty of mattock & pick heads around the place


Please do and add some pics when you're done!

She works like a charm too! Hooked a 5 inch root at full speed and it stopped the S-16 dead in her tracks and it didn't bend the pick head at all. A second time and the root was no longer an issue, I blew right through it.

I find it saves a lot of beating on the roto tiller if you pass the ripper first. That is pretty much the reason I made it.
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Posted August 29, 2016 - 09:34 AM

finished up my grader bar this weekend, it worked great on the crushed granite driveway.

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