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What Attachments Do You Use?

Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by Steve Frazier, Dec 12, 2003.

  1. catman13

    catman13 Senior Member

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    Occupation:
    refrigeration engineer/excavation contractor
    Location:
    oregon usa
    cat 289c
    smooth bucket
    forks
    orchard brush rake
    h/d grapple [ best buy ]
    72 in mower
     
  2. cherokee101

    cherokee101 Well-Known Member

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    Location:
    Oklahoma
    Just saw your reply. Thank you for that. I don't find a Stanley repair center within 500 miles.
     
  3. Island-digger

    Island-digger Member

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    Location:
    Canada
    I have a John Deere 35G (which I love). I have the following:
    Three buckets (36" smooth lip, 24" trenching bucket and 12" trench bucket)
    Work Pro PA30B hydraulic drill motor
    Work Pro HH40C Hydraulic breaker. This thing is a work horse and a life saver in my neck of the woods where the ground is very rocky.

    Wish list:
    Hydraulic limb saw
    Skeleton bucket/rake
     
  4. gwhammy

    gwhammy Senior Member

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    Location:
    missouri
    On the 97 kubota I have the standard tooth bucket, forks, Hyd. hammer, auger, yard rake, tiller, homemade root rake out of a 10 ft. chisel plow, terminator brush hog, trencher, tree shear, 12 ft homemade snow blade. Also a homemade concrete bucket my brother made back in the 80's before there was such a thing.I think that's it.

    The 18,000 lb. excavator has a 1ft. 2ft. 3ft. and 5 foot ditching bucket along with a hyd thumb and WB hyd quick attach. The Hyd. hammer is an Atlas Copco which has a flat mounting area and I built a plate to use it on the excavator which is where it stays 99 percent of the time. Also a root tooth I made as well as a homemade quick attach bobtach to use the skid steer attachments on the excavator. The exc. would be a lot less useful without the WB hydraulic quick attach.