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 06-03-2011, 15:27 Post: 178810
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Any idea what type of QR attachments would fit the Kioti? I guess what I am thinking of is what brands or sizes? Is the QR a standard size?






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 06-03-2011, 19:14 Post: 178816
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Rear attachments are all standardized (within category classes, and yours is "1"Wink yeah right. Your questions are, do you need them on a Kioti with the sliding arms, do you have to buy a costly connector for each implement, will the added weight strain your hitch, and are most of your implements turning ones (because you have to attach the turn-shaft by hand anyway).






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 06-03-2011, 20:39 Post: 178818
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Just a side note here...I made my own QR system that works like a skid steer QA--complete with hydraulic locking pins that are actuated from the op seat. I still have to hook up the PTO though.






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 06-04-2011, 07:46 Post: 178821
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Let me restate this. On the FEL THere is a quick detach system for the bucket. I am poking around to see what options are available if/when I pull that off. I read there are forks like for a fork lift.






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 06-04-2011, 08:16 Post: 178822
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Oh.

Front attachments do not enjoy the standardization associated with rear ones although there are several systems for skid-steers, including those that replace the bucket.

But most of those you refer to (specifically including forks) attach to the bucket rather than replacing it. I have a factory hoe digger for mine, and made up protruding spikes for carrying dead trees, a bucket nose for digging, a front- and a back-rest for carrying bigger loads, splash-guards for using it as a liquid-spray reservoire, holders for supports so helpers can stand on it, etc. And you can get various grapples.

Tell us about your Kioti. When I need to replace my Yanmar I'd like to know about its quality.






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 06-04-2011, 21:17 Post: 178829
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Oh.Front attachments do not enjoy the standardization associated with rear ones although there are several systems for skid-steers, including those that replace the bucket.But most of those you refer to (specifically including forks) attach to the bucket rather than replacing it.



Auer, forks are available for skid steers. Depending on what you're doing they're better than clamp-on bucket forks. I made a single grapple arm for my forks (think giant hydraulic tweezer). Works sweet for pulling concrete slabs when doing driveways.






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 06-05-2011, 19:23 Post: 178859
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Hey AurerBach look at the post http://tractorpoint.com/cgi-bin/tractorreview/fullThread.pl?parentnum=177785&catname=Kioti+Tractor&catcode=KI#178858 In the

It was started by me, I think its the Hi one. I just wrote my 50 hr review.






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