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Gonna try this beast out

Postby tmays » Tue May 16, 2023 12:57 pm

In the next few days. They are hard to come by.
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Re: Gonna try this beast out

Postby ajhbike » Tue May 16, 2023 3:51 pm

yeehaa...I'll bet that is a bear to hang on to. I have never seen one of those attachments

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Re: Gonna try this beast out

Postby SamsFarm » Tue May 16, 2023 4:12 pm

Too bad they did not turn their phone for proper orientation before filming.

It would been nice to see what is on the left and on the right more so than the extra grass above and below.

Oh-my, I hate those short videos too. :( It would be nice to hear a bit about what it is!

Oh-well..... Be safe and have fun!


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Re: Gonna try this beast out

Postby tmays » Tue May 16, 2023 5:18 pm

SamsFarm wrote:Too bad they did not turn their phone for proper orientation before filming.

It would been nice to see what is on the left and on the right more so than the extra grass above and below.


Have a little patience. Just acquired it and that was a YouTube short. As far as I know, no control over orientation on shorts and it cuts off a lot of the view. Tried to post a video of it in action, but wouldn’t load for some reason. I may have to post another thread. And even on that video, YouTube wouldn’t let me do it as a regular video. I tried, correct orientation and all. Maybe they only do shorts with videos less than 15 seconds. I don’t know :lost:

Try this link. Short video of it in action
https://youtube.com/shorts/NGVACYDYOT4?feature=share
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Re: Gonna try this beast out

Postby tst » Tue May 16, 2023 8:20 pm

I have one on a L8 years ago it was hard to hang on to, we have a lot of rock so I fabbed brackets to put the gravely on the 3 pt hitch and then it worked decent with a big tractor to hold it

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Re: Gonna try this beast out

Postby tmays » Tue May 16, 2023 8:23 pm

tst wrote:I have one on a L8 years ago it was hard to hang on to, we have a lot of rock so I fabbed brackets to put the gravely on the 3 pt hitch and then it worked decent with a big tractor to hold it

I’ve heard of that being done. Thankfully, I don’t have rocks to deal with. I really need dual wheels. At the very least, I will try the left tire turned backwards to help with traction
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Re: Gonna try this beast out

Postby tst » Tue May 16, 2023 10:25 pm

I have the parts for a dual set up and weighted tires also

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Re: Gonna try this beast out

Postby Urbish » Thu May 18, 2023 5:03 am

tmays wrote:
SamsFarm wrote:Too bad they did not turn their phone for proper orientation before filming.

It would been nice to see what is on the left and on the right more so than the extra grass above and below.


Have a little patience. Just acquired it and that was a YouTube short. As far as I know, no control over orientation on shorts and it cuts off a lot of the view. Tried to post a video of it in action, but wouldn’t load for some reason. I may have to post another thread. And even on that video, YouTube wouldn’t let me do it as a regular video. I tried, correct orientation and all. Maybe they only do shorts with videos less than 15 seconds. I don’t know :lost:

Try this link. Short video of it in action
https://youtube.com/shorts/NGVACYDYOT4?feature=share



:thumbsup:

I wish my neighbor had one of those so I could borrow it on occasion!
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Re: Gonna try this beast out

Postby customcutter » Fri May 19, 2023 1:48 pm

My dad had a Gravely walk behind with a roto-tiller and roto-plow attachments 40+ years ago. I was roto-plowing a garden in the back yard for the first time and hit a chunk of concrete probably 24" square and 4" thick. It kicked back and the right handlebar hit me in the hip. Knocked me down and a wonder it didn't break my hip. Be careful, never saw one of those for a Gravely.


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