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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8900
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Does anyone know of some kind of bolt-on rods or other attachment to the bucket to allow for carrying and dumping brush onto the brush pile? Its a little difficult to balance on the bucket since it won't fit in there. I own a Kubota B2710 with loader.






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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8911
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In hay growing country it used to be common to see homemade wooden hay forks on loaders. This was an set of of smoothed 2 to 3" diameter saplings about a foot apart and six to eight feet long. The whole affair was loosely mounted beneath the bottom of the bucket. As the bucket floated along the ground the wooden tines picked up the hay and compacted it against the bucket. If a tine didn't get jammmed too hard against a rock or irrigation ditch it would last for years. With that history in mind - and a need to move a lot of brush - I C-clamped a couple of stout six foot 2x4s to the inside edges of my loader bucket so that they would project forward like tines. It worked good enough for a day's work, and if I could have figured out how to get two C-clamps on each board I think it would have been just about perfect. Roger Loving






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 10-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 8914
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I HAVE A SET OF VERSATEETH THAT FIT INTO THE BUCKET, TWO 3/4" PINS HOLD THEM IN, LETS YOU GRAB A BIG BITE OF BRUSH AND LIFT IT TAKE IT WHERE YOU WANT IT AND DUMP IT, YOU COULD ALSO LOOK INTO A FOUR WAY BUCKET TO GRAB THINGS.FISHER MANUFACTURINGPO BOX 118PARIS, OH. 45347800-437-7879PRODUCT CALLED VERSA-TEETHHOPE THIS HELPS






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 10-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 8918
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I've have done alot of brush & tree removal. I used my pallet forks that I built, but I also bolt on a center fork, 3-forks total in a 54" bucket & it worked very well to move, pile & also to load brush!






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Please send info (picture and prices):Alan Lewis10000 N. Central Expy #1400Dallas, Texas 75231Thanks






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