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    That is very interesting looking. I could see many uses up north cleaning up trails.

    I am in the process of buying a set of Artillian forks from Mutton supply. I like the new style with the build in 2" receiver. I happen to be traveling to Fort Wayne and figured I could save the shipping costs. I am just waiting for Joe to shoot me a price on the two units I am deciding between.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Artillian View Post
    Darned if I can get these dadgum videos to show up, but here's what we could whip up for the time being. We'll be doing more when time allows.

    https://youtu.be/cMsoP1yxufc
    Oh man - the tree transfer. One scoop for the hole - one scoop for the tree - done! And the trees I need to move are half that size.

    OK - I'm convinced.
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    Good video, Chris. Now I'm totally convinced that this will also work for popping honeysuckle.

    It's first order of business will be to dig the holes to plant some arborvitae that I bought LAST year and are still in their containers.

    Now get these things shipped!!
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    Think outside the box

    Chris,

    I have been thinking about installing a stone retaining wall to hold back a bank. This got me to thinking about your new toy ummm I mean tool.

    Can you do this while making your videos. Offset the "tool" to one side of the frame. Dig a trench along were the wall would be. This trench would be used for the stone gravel base buildup.

    The reason I ask is because with the tool in the middle of the frame you can't get close up to the bank where as with the offset you could get right next to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deere Ol Man View Post
    Chris,

    I have been thinking about installing a stone retaining wall to hold back a bank. This got me to thinking about your new toy ummm I mean tool.

    Can you do this while making your videos. Offset the "tool" to one side of the frame. Dig a trench along were the wall would be. This trench would be used for the stone gravel base buildup.

    The reason I ask is because with the tool in the middle of the frame you can't get close up to the bank where as with the offset you could get right next to it.

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    The prototype one in the video was not made to be offset from center. (There are a few others made the same way that we'll be discounting for those interested.) These few can technically be used offset, but with only one lock key. We recommend always using both lock keys (the bits that hold it in place on the fork frame).

    Otherwise, yes, these are capable of being moved to the side of the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Oh man - the tree transfer. One scoop for the hole - one scoop for the tree - done! And the trees I need to move are half that size.

    OK - I'm convinced.
    I tried to tell ya...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    Good video, Chris. Now I'm totally convinced that this will also work for popping honeysuckle.

    It's first order of business will be to dig the holes to plant some arborvitae that I bought LAST year and are still in their containers.

    Now get these things shipped!!
    I hope you'll grace us with some video footage of removing the honeysuckle! Come to think of it, how sweet would it be to have this tool on the front and a chipper on the 3pt....?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardware man View Post
    That is very interesting looking. I could see many uses up north cleaning up trails.

    I am in the process of buying a set of Artillian forks from Mutton supply. I like the new style with the build in 2" receiver. I happen to be traveling to Fort Wayne and figured I could save the shipping costs. I am just waiting for Joe to shoot me a price on the two units I am deciding between.
    Joe @ Mutton is good people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Artillian View Post
    I hope you'll grace us with some video footage of removing the honeysuckle! Come to think of it, how sweet would it be to have this tool on the front and a chipper on the 3pt....?
    I'm going to increase the flow to my curl cylinders on the FEL. Then, with this tool and a little practice I should be able to pop the honeysuckle out and then flip it over my head and into the feed chute on the chipper!


    I'll try to get the video. I only have my cell camera to record video and I'll have to have sweetie do it for me. I am thinking about buying Foscam's version of the Go-Pro so maybe this will be the excuse for it.

    I generally don't have the chipper attached unless I'm chipping. It sticks out pretty far off the rear and the blower chute is too tall to take through the woods without paying close attention.
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    Curious about something -

    Now that I have learned I can remove my forks easily thanks to the video you recently posted this opens up options for me. So I get to wondering (hoping) that the Fronthoe can be installed and removed the same way. This meaning can it be installed/removed without lifting it by hand?
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