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larry8200

Broke in my new "Dozer"

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larry8200
This is the tractor I used for my weedcutter last year. I have a dedicated 3212H for the weedcutter now. I had to have that on a hydro!!! This LL 2210 needed a motor which I since got, and I sold my BIG TEN a while back which was what I was pushing brush piles and grading with. I like the manual lift and a standard counter weight for grading - better control, but my homemade "Stubby" stinger made of black iron pipe and two eighty pound weights from a lapping machine works good and doesn't get in the way. I also shortened a spring loaded lift rod from a 6000 series and the combination of adjustability and the spring is well worth having. Guess I'll just have to suffer with hydrolift. :D:D:D
























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RickS
Larry, I am impressed! If you didn't supply pictures I would have sworn that was done with a grader blade. You clearly have spent hours on your tractor using a plow to grade your driveway in the past. I see a second career for you dozer operator. Very very nice. Rick.........

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larry8200
Yep, Tractor is nice, It is a part of my "permanent" collection as the example of a short wheel base flat hood. Going to redo the rims and console, and maybe find the right seat. Also, a short wheel base tractor with a dozer blade is really nice to have around, especially in the woods. And I haven't hit anything with the stubby stinger yet

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Originally posted by perry
you need a right hand lift and grader on that baby. then you can run both blades and make short work outta that driveway ;)
But I did make short work of the driveway. Nice setup. Sometimes it goes to quick and I get cheated out of seat time. Its NOT FAIR! :D:D:D

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