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    TSC Countryline Boom Pole question. Which one is iMatch (quick hitch) compatible?

    Hi,

    I am in the market to get a boom pole. I found a TSC about 1 hour drive from me. like to give it a run over the weekend There are two kind of boom pole

    CountyLine Boom Pole - For Life Out Here

    CountyLine Heavy-Duty Boom Pole - For Life Out Here


    Anyone has those? Are they iMatch or quick hitch compatible?

    I don't believe 1025R could lift 2000 lb. Is there any reason I need to go with the "Heavy duty" one?

    Any suggestion/feedback will be appreciated.

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    2015 1025R ,R4 tire, H120/53" bucket/Piranha Tooth Bar, Titan 42" Pallet forks with homemade backrest , 679lb Ballast Box, iMatch QH(LVB25976), Frontier RC2048, BB2048L, Front JDQA to 3pt Quick Hitch, 3-Point receiver hitch (LP25001), Countryline Boom pole, Ken's Grab Hook/Clevis, JD D110 riding Mower

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    5x10 Tilt Trailer, 2500 lb Winch on hitch, STIHL MS 170 HS 45, Dirty Hand 22-Ton Gas Log Splitter

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    I have the light duty boom pole. It does work on the I match.

    The light duty pole would be fine for your 1025R.
    Keep in mind that the 1000 & 2000 pound weight rating are for the hooking points towards the middle of the pole.
    The weight rating for the hooks at the end of the pole are 500 & 1000 pounds.
    Remember, you will need a lot of front ballast when using a boom pole on the back.

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    Great!. That is what I need to know

    Chris,

    Thanks, That is what I need to know. In fact, I will use it in the front with H120 to reach some height.

    I could switch Ballast box to front or back on the 1025R. It is close to 700 lb I think.

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisR View Post
    I have the light duty boom pole. It does work on the I match.

    The light duty pole would be fine for your 1025R.
    Keep in mind that the 1000 & 2000 pound weight rating are for the hooking points towards the middle of the pole.
    The weight rating for the hooks at the end of the pole are 500 & 1000 pounds.
    Remember, you will need a lot of front ballast when using a boom pole on the back.
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    2015 1025R ,R4 tire, H120/53" bucket/Piranha Tooth Bar, Titan 42" Pallet forks with homemade backrest , 679lb Ballast Box, iMatch QH(LVB25976), Frontier RC2048, BB2048L, Front JDQA to 3pt Quick Hitch, 3-Point receiver hitch (LP25001), Countryline Boom pole, Ken's Grab Hook/Clevis, JD D110 riding Mower

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    5x10 Tilt Trailer, 2500 lb Winch on hitch, STIHL MS 170 HS 45, Dirty Hand 22-Ton Gas Log Splitter

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    You are welcome.

    I use my boom pole on the loader also. Like using it on the front better than the back.

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    It fits.

    I am glad to report it fit. It could reach about 10 feet for me.

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    2015 1025R ,R4 tire, H120/53" bucket/Piranha Tooth Bar, Titan 42" Pallet forks with homemade backrest , 679lb Ballast Box, iMatch QH(LVB25976), Frontier RC2048, BB2048L, Front JDQA to 3pt Quick Hitch, 3-Point receiver hitch (LP25001), Countryline Boom pole, Ken's Grab Hook/Clevis, JD D110 riding Mower

    Wish list: Wheel Weights, Single Point

    5x10 Tilt Trailer, 2500 lb Winch on hitch, STIHL MS 170 HS 45, Dirty Hand 22-Ton Gas Log Splitter

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    I have the heavy duty and its also quick hitch compatible. Built like a tank, can't imagine bending it.
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    That looks just like my King Kutter boom pole. I have never tried to fit it to the iMatch as I just figured it would not fit and have not needed to use it since then. I will have to try it first chance I get. I also have a 3pt adapter for the loader and a HF quick hitch for it so I do not have to take off the iMatch on the rear. This way, attachments that fit the iMatch on the rear, also fit the quick hitch on the front.

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