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Welcome to GTtalk! We love pictures! And check out our member map,you can find a link in the bottom of my signature!
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Welcome to the forum! Got some pics of this implement? My signature has a link to pic help and we love pics!
 
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This sounds like a project worthy of a few copycats! I'll third or fourth or whatever the motion for pictures. We're democratic on pictures: majority says post, and the majority rules!

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Since majority rules I'll try to post pictures. If I can't. Email me and I'll send them to you. I' m not very good at computer stuff. If I can't fix it,with a hammer I' m lost. Not sure why my pictures are upside down. I came across this web site while surfing and am getting some great ideas. Great site

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That, my man, is one nice piece of fabrication/construction :thumbs: !

Looks like a great idea implemented (pun unintended but there so deal with it :smilewink: ) by using materials on hand, that is my kind of project, the lower the budget the better. Welcome to the site, look around and enjoy your time.
 

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Wow ! That looks like it would be perfect for a home gardener :thumbs: You guys having given me so many ideas now just have to get off my a** and start making them happen lol
 
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Thanks Terry for the pictures and welcome to GTT. If you want to know something and don't know or can't find it, just ask, no such things as a dumb quetion. Have you got a name for the tool that you invented.

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Wish I could take credit for the idea of using the front axel from a riding mower. I did add some improvements on my own though. The amazing part was how easy it was to build. I have a lot on "junk" so it went together fast . Works so much better then i. thought it would. I usually have to rebuild my projects a couple of times to get it right .Had not thought of naming it. Tractor looks pretty rough because I rolled it twice hence the new bigger radiator and no hood but still runs and pulls good. Does anyone know why my pictures are upside down?
 

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