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Radoubs's Tractorpoint Album
Picture 1: My JD 3720 Tractor
My John Deere 3720 Tractor
Picture 2: JD3720
My new tractor
Picture 3: Snow blade
84 inch snow blade
Picture 4: Rear blade
60 inch Walco rear blade modified to 84 inch and hydraulic rotation
Picture 5: Towing & hauling attachment
Trailer hitch, log hauling & garbage bin carrier.
Picture 6: Wood splitter
Home made vertical 20 tons wood splitter, 24 in. stroke with a 12 in. cutting head
Picture 7: Brush Grapple
62 inches brush grapple on FEL
Picture 8: My traxter
My traxter modified with Apache tracks, mainly used to haul logs in winter time.
Picture 9: Hauling sleigh
A sleigh that I made to haul logs
Picture 10: Loaded sleigh
The sleigh loaded with a yellow birch log.
Picture 11: Ready to go
The loaded sleigh hooked to the traxter and ready to carry the log.
Picture 12: Jinma 6" wood chipper
I bought this chipper a year ago and it performs flawlessly since then.
Picture 13: Hydraulic top link
I just add this hydraulic top link, controlled by an electric valve.
Picture 14: Rear wheel spacer
I had these spacers made locally to increase my rear whellbase by 4 inches, it will add some stability and will provide more space when I installed tire chains in the winter.
Picture 15: Rear wheel spacer installed
The rear wheel spacer installed on the hub
Picture 16: 375 Backhoe
Picture 17: 375 Backhoe
Enough power to raise the 3720 up in the air
Picture 18: 375 Backhoe
Homemade ditch bucket for the 375 Backhoe
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|Located: Racine, Quebec, Canada|
Archery, hunting and woodworking
JD 3720 with FEL, 375 Backhoe, hydraulic front blade, forks, grapple, 3 pt grass mower, 3 pt blade, log splitter, 3 pt capstan winch, 68" Meteor snow blower, 6" Jinma chipper
15 Acres, hilly area in a mature maple plantation