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Offline Adam Roby

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Re: Tractor recommendations
« Reply #150 on: November 14, 2016, 04:34:29 PM »
Yup, that is mine.  There appears to be hold'off square pieces (circled in red) that sit in the channel (yellow) that would need to be removed, as well as either shortening the cylinder (it was newer looking) or moving it back to allow for more upward tilt.  Realistically doesn't need that much, but enough to scoop up some rock and make the driveway would be nice.

Offline ChugiakTinkerer

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Re: Tractor recommendations
« Reply #151 on: November 28, 2016, 06:24:13 PM »
We went to the LS dealer on Saturday and checked out some small tractors.  I'm still wrestling with a decision on what we really need.  I want to go cheap, but I also want to spend my time working, not wrenching on an old beater tractor.  I don't know where we'll end up, but I do know that my wife has her mind made up.  An enclosed cab with heat and a suspension seat made it onto her list of must-haves.
My cabin build thread: Alaskan remote 16x28 1.5 story


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