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A lawn Roller ...no more

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Bought a steel lawn roller a few years back that was dented up on one side. Only paid $14 for it. Used it a few times, but it wasn't heavy enough. Been sitting behind the shed for some time. Didn't want to scrap it as it looked like I could use the hitch iron for something else later.Well, the other day I was looking around here for something to use as the basis for a weight box for my Kubota...and there was that lawn roller.A little ingenuity and 2 afternoons later WaLLaH!..a weight box:DdOd




At 18" diameter and 18" deep, I should be able to put 200 - 300 lbs in it. Could pour concrete it it too I guess. For now, scrap iron will be filling it.Nice thing is there is the other half to make a second with Cat "0" pins to fit the Sunstar, also can use Cat 1 bushings to put it on the Legacy eventually too.


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