I could use that - wish list attachments

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I personally don't have any use for that, hardly do any real "dirt work" here.

I'm still needing a 3 pt snow blower and a 3 pt tiller though.
 
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All that I want is a grapple and a box blade. Well, maybe a new disk harrow, mine is older than I am, and showing it's age. Actually a set of rear wheel weights would be a good thing to have before I go turtle up.
 
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I'd love to have a chipper. SIL borrowed a Wallenstein BX42 that I put on my Iseki TM3160. I thought it would be too big a rig for my small tractor but the thing worked like a charm. Was chipping mostly brush but would come across the occasional 2-3" and it chew them up no problem................Mike
 
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My Wish List is stuff what ain't been made yet.

I'd like a spoon/trowel shaped scraper for the BH to scrape out ditches where a square front and toothed bucket isn't best. I keep wondering about that bucket spade thing, but I'm not sure it would attach to a BH bucket, or hold up.
 
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I could see a use for that FlipScreen thing:

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You scoop, then invert to shake out the smaller material and capture the larger material to dump in another pile.

I got lots of rocks I'd like to separate out of the dirt, but I'd imagine it's quite expensive. That might be something I'd be interested in renting for a day or two, but I don't think I have the hydraulics for it.

I was hoping my 5' landscape rake would help, but it just drags them around until they bounce out.


(Sidenote on FlipScreen, while they list a Dallas TX office, they're clearly a foreign operation based on wording used throughout the site, ie 'tonne'.)
 
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I'd love to have a chipper. SIL borrowed a Wallenstein BX42 that I put on my Iseki TM3160. I thought it would be too big a rig for my small tractor but the thing worked like a charm. Was chipping mostly brush but would come across the occasional 2-3" and it chew them up no problem................Mike

You are right, I could use one of those also. And sometimes a rear mounted log grapple would be handy... :D
 
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Just remember - to do it right you need a BIG BARN to store everything in and get 1 tractor per attachment!
 
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Winch!
I live on the side of a forested mountain with rugged terrain and clay, soil which gets spongy when wet. Off limits to my tractor. So I need a winch to harvest standing dead & dead fall to my driveway that splits my 4 acres. I can chainsaw logs to manageable lengths in the woods. Once pulled to the driveway, I can use the tractor to carry logs to my firewood processing area to buck, split & stack.
 
 
 
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