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Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by mouse, Aug 10, 2008.

  1. mouse

    mouse Well-Known Member

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    I propose that we set up a list of attachments and perhaps tech articles for compact equipment and if it flies make it a sticky for this forum.

    To give you an example of what I plan:

    Forestry Cutters:
    Bobcat
    Loftness

    Flail Mowers
    ...

    Rotary Cutters
    ...

    How to:
    Universal Attchment Mount specification
    ...
    etc etc

    I'm happy to manage the list, I'd welcome any contributions including from manufacturers (hi dennis!, I for example would like to be able include some of your posts here and places like tbn on the applications of forestry cutters)

    the idea at the end of the day is to have a good technical list of what is available and (sort of) how to use the stuff so we as industry insiders can figure out what to use for our application.

    whaddyareckon :stirthepot

    if you post a thread here and it contains a link or resource, once i add it to the list can you please delete your post so this remains manageable.
     
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2008
  2. smreed

    smreed Banned

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    Sounds like a good idea although i am still vague on the specifics.
     
  3. TriHonu

    TriHonu Well-Known Member

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    Compact Equipment Magazine publishes an Attachment Buyers Guide (ABG) each year.

    You can also access a web version of the of the ABG HERE

    It includes links to the manufactures sites and contact information. It is a good starting point, however even the manufactures can not tell you if their attachment will be the best for your requirements.

    Is this where you are heading?
     
  4. Ryan_Cyg

    Ryan_Cyg New Member

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