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    My JD and DR combination

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    I have finally got around to this addition to my 1025R. It works good for reaching across a ditch which was a sickle bar job my neighbor did for me. The cast iron casting on the back is about 400 pounds and is required. Working on getting controls on the 1025R to make things easier. I want to keep the wheel option for the DR as I have a generator that can power some of the house and want to keep it mobile if needed. I want to test it on destroying a multi flora rose bush soon, knock it over, lift the DR and lower it on the base of the bush, maybe, maybe not.

    Easy on and off. The forks slide under the channel iron and a 2x2 tube is locked into the receiver built on the Titan forks.
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    Good thinking..
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    This is a great idea. I've been looking for decent used sickle bars for a while to mow a few ditches and around the pond. Now I'm going to look for a decent used brush mower.
    2016 X739, 2018 1025R, 60HC mmm Auto Conn, FEL, BH, Frontier Forks, Woods finish mower, CF Box Blade, Taylor Way TP 923 Rotary Tiller, County Line Landscape Rake, County Line Auger, Ratchet Rake, Ken's Bolt-on Hooks and Differential Pedal, and a few home-made contraptions to attach.
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