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    Edge tamers and extenders

    I'm thinking about purchasing the edge tamers w/ extenders as advertised on this site to use to pickup up some of my implements for my 1025R that are on pallets. Has anyone purchased and are using these and if so what are your pros and cons about them? Thanks for the input.
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    I have the Edge Tamers and extenders and they work great. However, I would not recommend trying to use the extenders as pallet forks. They work great for what they were intended but they were never intended to be used as pallet forks.
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    After clearing snow on my gravel drive last year with the FEL 53" bucket, and then raking gravel out of the grass in the spring I knew there had to be a better way. Bought a pair of edge Tamers and man what a difference. Just set the bucket tilted slightly forward, put it in float and go. No digging gravel or sod.
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