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    Lifting RC2048 with a boom pole

    I know my three point can lift a lot more than 516lbs...it can lift 681lbs 24" behind the link ends. But this is waaaay behind them, and with the added weight of the iMatch and the boom pole too. I'm pretty stoked. I love these little tractors.

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    Pretty impressive!

    I noticed your bucket seems to be missing some bolt on hooks. 😨
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    Quote Originally Posted by ensign View Post
    Pretty impressive!

    I noticed your bucket seems to be missing some bolt on hooks.
    Nothing subtle about that observation . We love spending your money , so you ought to get in touch with Kennyd and get yourself some hooks !!!
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    I don't want to drill holes! Besides, I'm getting forks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike01 View Post
    I don't want to drill holes! Besides, I'm getting forks.
    I have both, and find both useful. No need to drill holes for hooks, you can weld 'em on.
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