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    Christmas in October

    Wasn't sure where to post this with so many on all different things like gold, decals, newly put on, and so on and so on, so I thought I'd just start a new one. My Ken's bolt on hooks and clevis's order came in today so here's what I got. Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	34154 Arrival in great shape! Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	34156 Everything I ordered is here, looking good. Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	34161 Decals on and as far as I'm concerned it all looks great! Thank you Kenny! I wasn't sure it would make it today but like you said, it did. Everything went as planned and arrived the same way. There wasn't even a scratch on the box. You need the box back? Thanks again... Just noticed, pic #5 is my 8 year old's hand showing what he thought of the hooks.
    Last edited by Levi; 10-18-2014 at 04:48 PM.
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    Lookin' good Levi, thanks for the business
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    Nicely done Levi, you did good.
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    I like the fact that Kenny takes the time to thank his customers. About the best you can get from clerks or "customer service representatives" is "Have a good day". As far as I'm concerned, the minimum is, "Thanks", when they hand you the change or receipt. When they really piss me off by being completely indifferent, I say, "Thanks for taking my money". Sometimes, I get their attention, but most of the time not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    I like the fact that Kenny takes the time to thank his customers. About the best you can get from clerks or "customer service representatives" is "Have a good day". As far as I'm concerned, the minimum is, "Thanks", when they hand you the change or receipt. When they really piss me off by being completely indifferent, I say, "Thanks for taking my money". Sometimes, I get their attention, but most of the time not.

    Good job, Kenny.
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    Being new to the forum and a new owner to a 4105 I'm still learning. So, excuse me if I ask a dumb question but what is the main purpose for the hooks on the bucket? I can think of some uses but I don't want to overlook the obvious. Thanks.

    My jd family attached, Along with my grandsons tractor. Is gator is at his house.
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    Welcome DJ,
    The hooks are great for general lifting chores, and to help hold objects in the bucket when moving things like logs or brush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Welcome DJ,
    The hooks are great for general lifting chores, and to help hold objects in the bucket when moving things like logs or brush.
    Thanks. The lifting I was seeing but I overlooked holding objects in the bucket like the big rocks I was trying to move that kept falling out. Guess I'll be getting some hooks soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plateauman57 View Post
    Thanks. The lifting I was seeing but I overlooked holding objects in the bucket like the big rocks I was trying to move that kept falling out. Guess I'll be getting some hooks soon.
    You definitely want to get some! I bought mine from Kenny and, like everyone else, well attest to how high quality they are. I also bought clevis hooks from him. All good stuff.

    I had used the hooks here and there since I put them on back in the spring, but a couple of weeks ago I REALLY used them to unload some old implements that I brought home for my old FarmAll Cub. There is no way I could have offloaded this stuff, by hand, by myself. The hooks and some chain made it a non-event.

    I have also used "lifting straps" on my bucket prior to getting the hooks installed. The hooks are way easier (and safer) to use!!

    EDIT - a pic in this thread will show how I mounted mine - hook on the top, clevis attachment on the bottom. Note - pics or thread are not mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Welcome DJ,
    The hooks are great for general lifting chores, and to help hold objects in the bucket when moving things like logs or brush.
    Seeing as I don't have any Artillian Forks or a grapple I'll be using them for logs soon as I have a maple tree that is coming down.
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