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Are these front attachments Simplicity OEM?





They're for sale locally on Craigslist (mounted on a Conquest). The ad says they're hydraulic, but the actuators look electric to me. Here's the ad:http://allentown.craigslist.org/grd/4975282835.htmlAnyone know anything about them?





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Can't help on oem or not but I saw hat on eBay as well. I didn't think the conquest had hydraulics in front and thought it also looked like electric actuator. The bucket looks handy though.

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I've heard a few people say those electric actuators are "electric/hydraulic" (like the Western plow lifts on a pickup truck) but we know there not. just a motor driven screw... sm01

I think those attachments are made by a few companies...aftermarket but nice.

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I'm Surprised that they pin it down to Allentown, when Walnutport is more in the proximity of Oley, Amity, Reading, or Temple ?

At first glance, I thought "Bucketeer"?

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