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Snap-Coupler Rock Puller?

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Steve (WI)

01-14-2003 19:17:42

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I recently obtained this interesting unit and I'd like to know more about it...not yet really sure what to call it (I was thinkin' may be Pearly Mae ...)

It has the serial # 104 stamped into it but no other tags. Was this ever offered thru an AC catalog? Who may have made it?

Thanks in advance


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01-14-2003 21:40:02

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 Re: Snap-Coupler Rock Puller? in reply to Steve (WI), 01-14-2003 19:17:42  
Reminds me of current 3pt attachment for pushing out rocks (in reverse gear), with an arm to hold the rock while carrying it off the field. Arm looks to be hand locked, rather than hydraulic.

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01-14-2003 19:43:47

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 Re: Snap-Coupler Rock Puller? in reply to Steve (WI), 01-14-2003 19:17:42  
Just a guess but it looks to me to be for carring logs or poles it dont look like it would carry a rock to good looks like it could come in kinda handy

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