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Bought a 1025R in January and have been slowly chipping away at making attachments and doing mods.

this is what I've accomplished so far:

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Tractor as recieved from dealer.

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72" snow pusher I made this winter

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Front and rear facing 22" light bars

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Rear remotes with hydraulic top link rigged this up this spring.

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48" box blade with rippers i made this winter.

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pallet forks and frame for FEL

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3 pt hitch receiver frame with optional basket & Forks.

other projects im working on right now are 60" rear blade with hydraulic angle and offset, spade shovel style bucket for FEL, power rake with hyd. angle (if i can ever find a suitable Gearbox), and rear wheel weights.
 

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Awesome. Everything looks good.
-what size tubing did you use?
-Can you get me some measurements when you have time?
-how wide
-how tall
-how wide is the bottom angle
-any other measurements that will help me :)
-do you have any more pictures? Front, side, etc

I found some used forks the other day so I'll be attempting to build one almost exactly like the one you built. The only difference is I would like to add a front plate and hitch so I can add and change things on the front like a spade bucket
 

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here are some dimensions.

I don't have any more pictures on my phone right now but i can take some more tonight.

hope that helps.
Awesome. Thanks. That's a huge help. I'm sure I can figure it out from there. Biggest question is how many inches is the triangle at the bottom.

And if you don't mind to get me pictures when ever it's convenient for you
 

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the for triangular shape of the mounting points i matched the angle of the back of the stock bucket so my bucket level indicator would still function properly.
Ahh. Gotcha. That makes sense. I'll be able to figure that out then.
Just gotta get off my lazy butt and build it now lol.
 

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Nice job !!!! We really like to see members who have good fabrication skills build their own mods . Keep the pics coming !!!:bigthumb:
 

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Excellent work sir!:hi:
 

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+1 :bigthumb:
 

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Wow really nice tools you built. And from what I can tell the craftsmanship looks extremely good. I wish I had that talent. Thanks for sharing.
 
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wow impressive
 

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Nice. Can't wait to see it finished
 

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too wet to actually accomplish anything but I had to try it ;)


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Lol. Yeah let's see that thing when it's nice and dry. Right now you just tearing everything up. I can already do that without building anything lmao.
 

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That's cool how you have the little kickstand on it.
Why don't you have some sort of quick attach on your tractor?
 

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too wet to actually accomplish anything but I had to try it ;)

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I want to see the picture of you from the backside after running this! Looks like you got mud all over you!

Tim
 

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haha, yes I'm all cleaned up now but I was covered in mud, and I loved it.

a quick hitch is planned but there are so many projects and so little time, they get made on a priority basis and convenience attachments aren't at the top of the list ;)

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