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maddog57
Something like a large belly weight may be in order for this one,or at least some major wheel weights would help.i saw one similar to this that had a 5 gal bucket filled with concrete hangin on the back,the guy said it took a lot of the teeter totter out of it.could be awful handy to have around the property tho,good luck with it

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Ron_B
Boney Great looking little set up.A loader on any tractor is a darn good thing to own.Can do a lot of work for you. I do agree all you need is a few weights to add on will be a great help. Ana you sure wont be running that high in the air , i hope.Love my 4041 with loader.Real work horse summer and winter.Have fun.(Have a good one)---Ron b

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