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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Yard-Dawg, May 30, 2010.
Poncho, nice job, that's a nice looking FORD tractor you got there. What year is it?
i made something very similar using rifle holders for an atv, they broke from bouncing, how are yours holding up?
ya i like clean cuts trimmer rack for his walk behind. that could come in handy for a couple of my properties. KICK ASSS tractor and mower attatchment Poncho! did u actually build that from scratch?(deck, engine,etc)?? I dont know how u guys use those bags to remove leaves!! i would fill that thing up in 2 seconds....why not just use a tarp and a trailer or truck bed?
Didn't even think about the wind. Good for you man.
It holds up pretty good... Unless you hit a telephone pole
The great thing is that it only takes about 10 min to make another one and a little while for the glue to dry. I'm sort of glad it breaks easy, I'd much rather replace the trimmer rack than a hydro pump or something.
not really a invention but it works. holds my trimmer string and stuff on my trailer
It looks cool.
a skid sprayer. nothing original, just useful. i have a 400 gal. tank for spraying lawns, but i needed a smaller, better way to make larger amounts of insecticide and fungicide without having to use the big tank, or accidentally mix products. it saves a lot of mixing on the job, and its 35 gal, 12 volt, i plug it into my trucks trailer plug.
I have something just like that, but I just use it for a nurse tank for my atv sprayer. I have a 65 gallon tank and have it hard wired to the truck because I usually have the trailer when I'm using it.
Except for your middle initial, you have the same name as me.