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JasonR's Tractorpoint Album
Picture 1: 4110 with 410 FEL and Frontier Box Scrape
Picture 2: Heated Concrete Pour
Picture 3: Steel Frame Barn
Picture 4: Outside walls almost done
Picture 5: Wirsbo tubing for heated floor
Picture 6: Finished front of barn
Picture 7: Staring eye to eye with this buck
Picture 8: Posing for the camera...
Picture 9: Young bucks enjoying the hay
Picture 10: Fawns
Picture 11: FEL mount log splitter in transport position
Log splitter has a 2 inch round tube to insert into the receiver, so it easily rotates from transport, working and storage positions.
Picture 12: FEL mount log splitter
Cylinder has quick removing pins to change the log hight from 24 inch , 30 inch or 36 inch .
Picture 13: FEL mount log splitter
Not much storage space required, and is easily moved.
Picture 14: 60MMM mounted on 3PH Horz. position
Picture 15: 60MMM on 3PH in vertical position
Belt drivetrain is on the same pivot shaft - so the deck can continue to run while moving the angle of the deck.
Picture 16: 60mmm on 3ph
Deck can be rotated from vertical (perp. to ground) to 30 deg. below horz. 3ph is at its highest position for this photo.
Picture 17: The flood
The berm was a little low in a couple of spots, and the water came in...
Picture 18: The Flood
2 inch of rain the day before, then 5 inch came down in about 2 hours.
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|Located: Northern Indiana|
John Deere 4110 with 410 FEL, JD 46 Backhoe, Frontier Box Scrape, Landpride 58" RTA15 tiller, Gravel Rake, 60" MMM & Greenline Post Hole Auger
6 acres - 4 for hay