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 11-30-2009, 09:58 Post: 167084
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Has anybody used the Kolpin dirtworks 3-point hitch system on there UTV's or ATV's?

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 11-30-2009, 18:54 Post: 167090
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Personally I feel it's gimicky. I see they market toward contractors. I would never consider anything like that---ever. The main reason is already have a tractor and a skid steer that can do anything I need done. Second reason is wear and tear on the ATV---they are not designed nor built to take abuse like that. ATV's and UTV's are generally made for transporting or play, not work like tilling or farming.

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 11-30-2009, 20:09 Post: 167094
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Good evening earthwrks,your right if I was planning on using it for real work I would get back into a tractor. But I have some small work I want to do around the place and this sure would be alot cheaper way to go if the thing would would.

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 12-01-2009, 07:43 Post: 167105
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Before I invested in something that may have little or no resale value once you're done with it, I'd look at renting a real piece of equipment or hire it out (I'm available!). Every hour you put on your ATV/UTV is one more you don't get back. And those are very costly hours come time to replace a burned out clutch.






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 12-02-2009, 08:25 Post: 167139
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Earthwrks all valid points and if any of the projects around the place were big enough I would hire somebody and have in the past. Thanks for the offer to help but if your in Michigan the trip charge to Arizona would be a killer!!! You take care have a GREAT Holiday.

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 12-02-2009, 16:06 Post: 167147
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Dutch Henry, Ole Jeffrey may work for a cooked possum. You just need to make him such an offer. Smile






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 12-02-2009, 22:05 Post: 167160
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Kenny I know you're trying to get my goat, but seriously though we have a number of French decendants here near Lake Erie that love cooked muskrat. It's even in a couple of restaurants.






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 12-02-2009, 22:35 Post: 167162
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Kenny I know you're trying to get my goat, but seriously though we have a number of French decendants here near Lake Erie that love cooked muskrat. It's even in a couple of restaurants.



Not really EW, you can keep the goat and possum. Smile
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