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    Grader attachment for 5 series tractors.

    Look what you can buy in India. The guy is probably speaking Hindi; but it's pretty self explanatory if subtitles aren't available. It actually looks like it's built well. How hard it is on the tractor's frame is anyone's guess.


    Grader Attachment for Tractor | Ashok Metal Works Vidisha | John Deere 5075 4x4 - YouTube
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    Pretty cool! I wish they would actually show it working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    Look what you can buy in India. The guy is probably speaking Hindi; but it's pretty self explanatory if subtitles aren't available. It actually looks like it's built well. How hard it is on the tractor's frame is anyone's guess.


    Grader Attachment for Tractor | Ashok Metal Works Vidisha | John Deere 5075 4x4 - YouTube
    It does look well made but I wonder how the wheel bearings will hold up with the side loading and no ability to tilt on either the grader or the tractor. It's certainly got a long enough wheel base to be able to get a finish grade if the operator is up to it.

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    There was a brief picture-in-picture shot as I recall.

    In my opinion this isn't a substitute for a real grader; but I found it an interesting concept.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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