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Murf's Tractorpoint Album
Picture 1: Murfs house.
Picture 2: The shop.
The shop, or as my wife calls it, the Toy Box. Insulated, heated, cooled, indoor plumbing and buried 100 amp electrical service.
Picture 3: Full size TLB
JCB1400, 20,000 pounds of pure grunt, will do anything, but not nearly as graceful as the Kubota.
Picture 4: The kids.
My kids, a pair of Jack (Parson) Russell Terriers. On the left is Jackson, aka Deputy Dog, my faithful companion, on the right is Rylie, aka The life of Rylie who thinks tormenting Jackson is her job in life.
Picture 5: Play time.
F350 Crew Cab with hydraulic tilt & load in foreground, F250 Crew Cab in background, 6 ton dump trailer way in the background.
Picture 6: Snow ????
Shiny and new, waiting for snow. Mostly Kubota L3830s specially equipped for clearing sidewalks.
Picture 7: Deputy Dog.
Jackson, (AKA Deputy Dog) in his usual winter position, in front of the fire with us.
Picture 8: Wood splitter
3pth horizontal wood splitter, vertical bar in foreground is an adjustable auto-return mechanism that makes the splitter open to a preset point as soon as you release the control.
Picture 9: Log skidding attachment.
House in the front, shop (toy box) out back.
Picture 10: Murfs house from above.
The house from 2500 foot up and about the same distance due east. Airstrip in lower right corner.
Picture 11: Kubota L4310HSTC
Picture 12: Kubota L4310HSTC
Rear view, including 3pth chipper.
Picture 13: Snow blower.
Old style single stage snowblower. Requires very little power compared to modern 2 stage units. This 6 footer will run quite nicely on a 25hp. machine.
Picture 14: Cold ones, Eh.
Canadian beer cooler, does not work as well in the summer.
Picture 15: Snow plow on FEL.
The ultimate way to clear snow using a CUT.
Picture 16: Snowed a bit last night.
Just a bit of snow.......
Picture 17: Rural driveway.
Picture does not do it justice. It climbs 50+ feet vertically in a run of about 250 feet and is barely wide enough to take a truck. Built as per clients strict instructions and written specifications.
Picture 18: Multi-pupose attachment for FEL.
Forks, 2 inch x 2 inch receiver hitch, 3pth adapter not shown and snow plow in picture #15 make this the normal attachment on my FEL.
Picture 19: Heading out.
The L4310 with box-blade on a 9 ton triaxle behind the dually. Just before heading off to do a little road / driveway maintenance at the summer place.
Picture 20: Road Trip
New Bri-Mar 18 foot trailer, 10,000 pound capacity, the trailer in picture 19 was too heavy for everday use, it will stay behind the 5 ton truck now.
Picture 21: Got snow?
For when I feel pushy.
Picture 22: Snow problem.
It makes short work of long snows.
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|Located: Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada|
Almost anything loud, large and or diesel-powered...
Kubota L4310 HSTC with LA681 loader & QT bucket
Rhino HB84 Box Blade
Rhino RHD74 Flail Mower
Rhino Post Hole Digger
Patu 3pth Wood Chipper
Stumpster Stump Grinder
78" Snowplow for FEL
72" Double Auger Snowblower
Forks for FEL
3pth Adapter for FEL
Brush Brute for FEL
House on 4 acres, Cottage on 165 acres, Farm on 1,450 acres, an airport and about 100 golf courses to keep in play.