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Charlie C.

10-07-2012 16:13:27

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Thanks for your help guys. Catskill had what I was looking for. I will check to see what the price is from the dealer than see if I can build one on the cheap.

I am pretty handy with a cutting torch and welder.

After posting this I got to really thinking this I may have most of this thing built. Some time back I built a trailer hitch for the tractor that used inserts as is on most pickups. So all I may have to build is the ripper part.
What I want this for is to rip up the ground around the property to give me a defense-able fire break.
I should have been doing this years ago but have not. After this past dry year I will be doing it.

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36 coupe

10-14-2012 04:05:31

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 Re: Tool bar in reply to Charlie C., 10-07-2012 16:13:27  
I made one years ago with a 5 foot square tube.Bought 5 spring cultivator shanks and brackets and shovels.I used it in place of a harrow.The shanks can be mounted along the bar.Made an A frame of flat stock.Cost 125.00 for steel and shanks.Steel cost a lot less back then.The square tube was the major cost.

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