On Mar 24, 2011, Krug ,Jeff A. <JAKrug eba-d com> wrote:
I have had the same thought, but have not implemented it.
I went as far as measuring the bucket mount in the store and taking pictures to try and figure how to mount it on my under the tractor plow frame.C185 It looked close.
I abandoned the project and rented a full sized tractor with buck for 3 days.
It would still be nice to have a small bucket.
Please post some pictures of what you come up with.
What part of Ma
Jeff from CT
List has been quiet this week
I think I am going to go over to tractor supply and buy a swisher bucket and start welding a mount.
unless someone has a loader hanging around that they just need to part with.......thought there was a guy in Maine that had a bunch of ET's one with maybe a loader, or was it a forklift, can't remember, something rare.
So if anyone local[I am in Mass] has a spare implement mount I would be interested, I might try to hand it on the back , maybe use it as ballast in the winter
Talking to the guy at Mastranzi's, he said he thought there were a couple of other ET's on Cape Ann, didn't know if they were on the list.
I haven't seen any chainsaws come up for sale, so I bought a new 120 volt one and think I will pick up a harbor freight inverter and run it off a spare pair of batteries. Guess that means I will need to weld up a good weight box. Figure the inverter is a good investment since then I can run anything.
Its that wierd time of year, do I take the snowblower off, it is the end of March....but it is snowing today........
probably post this to the web site too
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