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 04-19-2004, 06:12 Post: 83584
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Can anyone tell me where I might find a 3-point carry-all type attachment with a "dump bed" feature? I swear I've seen something like this, I just can't seem to find it again. All I can come up with are regular angle-iron carry-alls.






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 04-19-2004, 06:21 Post: 83585
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TSC shows one in their cat, i have never seen one they do not stock here. what i do is just take the top link loose and then lift the arms then reconnect top link ,have dumped many a load of rock this way.






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 04-19-2004, 07:12 Post: 83587
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Removing the top link pin to dump is a great idea. Thanks. I looked through the TSC online catalog and couldn't find anything other than a regular carry all. Is this something that is only in their print catalog? To clarify, I am basically looking for something to effectively replace a little utility dump cart. The lower links on my BX hit the front of the dump cart when turning because the drawbar on the trailer is too short. Additionally, I hate backing that little thing because the wheelbase is so short. A dumper that attaches directly to the tractor to carry light loads would be ideal.






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 04-19-2004, 09:02 Post: 83601
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They make exactly what you are describing, it is called a "Utility Dump Box".

It is basically the box of a dump cart like you would put behind your lawn tractor, but it sits on the 3pth and has a gravity dump feature. The link below goes to the distributor here in Canada for them.

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 04-19-2004, 09:15 Post: 83602
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Have you looked at a Mity Dump?






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It is basically the same thing but bigger, much bigger. I suspect that a 471 pound dump box of those dimensions on a BX1500 would make it a little 'gravationally challenged' in the front end.

It would be kind of nifty on a bigger machine though, I wonder what the logic of the 'skids' underneath is ?

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Good call Murf! ;o) I can see where that might be a just a trifle "weighty" for a BX1500. The other option is to buy or fabricate a 3 pt. trailer hitch and insert a hitch haul (I think TSC sells them, the ones that insert on the trailer hitch of the truck/car) Another option might be a Johnny Bucket but they go on the front.






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Murf, I think the skids are so that you can hook it up to your pony in the winter. Smile

From the dirt dumping picture it seems that they just needed some vertical space for the hydraulics and they turned the lower framework into a skid.
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Hook it up to my pony, now that would be a real DRAG....

Sorry, bad joke of the day.

I had thought of vertical clearance, but I would think the 3pth would accomplish that easier and reduce the tare weight as well. The hydraulics should only need a max. of about 6" but who knows, one of life's little mysteries.

Speaking of mysteries, why do they put turn signals on tractors but not brake lights ?

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I made my own dump box by mounting a garden cart to a set of carry-all forks. Just leave the wheels off and mount the axle to the forks. Total cost..... under $400






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