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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by rthomas, Jun 17, 2009.
That's to cool man! Do you have any after pictures of that being ripped out?
Wow thats very cool. That just goes to show you that you can do almost anything with these awsome machines
Actually we took a video of it pulling the former cedar tree out to send to my insurance company so they could see how this "home made" attachment worked and that it wouldn't be a hazard in use; so no "action" photos from this job. It would pull out the stumps not hooked up to the dingo (only hydraulics hooked up). All the forces are internal on the attachment. Mostly 4x2 1/4" wall square tubing with 3.5" bore 20" stroke cylinder and 1/2" grade 80 chain. The attachment weighs easily 300 lbs.
3.5" diameter cylinder x 3000 psi operating pressure from the dingo means MUCHO vertical pulling force.
My inspiration came from this website http://www.teamextractor.com/
Merged their 2 models to make plans for mine
so lets see the video!!
Wow...nice attachment...looks like you're pulling a dandelion...LOL
That's wicked!! That would have a ton of uses!
Wow I can't imagine how nice it would be to have one of those with that attachment. wow.
Does anyone know where to purchase a larger light materials bucket then the one toro sells? I want to use it to move large amounts of mulch.
The stump extractor in the following pictures is great.
Here we go, hope it works.
How large of a bucket are you looking for?