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    Got Rocks?

    I do! I've been looking at rock buckets and ran across this little toy. Anyone ever seen one in action?

    Flexxifinger® Quicker Picker Rock Picker



    I'd have to add a hydro pump kit to my rear PTO to run it and get a SSQA to mount it on my loader but... It sure looks pretty cool!
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    From your title, I was hoping you WANTED rocks. If you do come and get them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebrafive View Post
    From your title, I was hoping you WANTED rocks. If you do come and get them.

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! I have PLENTY! If I keep plucking them out of the ground at the rate I have been this spring, the stone walls around my property are all going to be 16' high.

    I wonder if I can sell them on Craigslist?
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    What is a rock?

    I think I saw one once when I visited a national park ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! I have PLENTY! If I keep plucking them out of the ground at the rate I have been this spring, the stone walls around my property are all going to be 16' high.

    I wonder if I can sell them on Craigslist?

    craigslist only accepts rocks that have been washed that thing is cool, and someone must have bought the first co out, and changed the name. I liked the first name better. just my 2cts.
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    And to think we used to pick rocks by hand in the fields.......
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    Oh man, I have nightmares about rocks. The name of our drive is a no brainer. Rockland Drive! I can't take a scoop anywhere on our property without unearthing at least one.
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    I'm looking of a rock bucket for a 1025r. Here in the Catskills we have 3 rocks for very dirt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! I have PLENTY! If I keep plucking them out of the ground at the rate I have been this spring, the stone walls around my property are all going to be 16' high.

    I wonder if I can sell them on Craigslist?
    Why not Jim, some guy sold an air guitar a few years ago that had been to all the Neil Young concerts! For 50 bucks too! Oh and what we have here in ma is called glacial till! "Till" my patootie! That's why I give credit to our founding fathers, and farmers; all those stone walls came from somewhere! and some are so heavy I wonder how they actually lugged them into place, never mind get them out of the ground.. ?????
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