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Cyle

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Yep pretty much how it works. The attachment did come with a cylinder to dump and roll the bucket, but due my poor judgment in building the ripper,there was so much force due to leverage it bent the cylinder rod!! So I built that top solid linkage to hold it fixed now. Its on a 1845C case, around 50 or 60 Hp I think, little 4 cylinder cummins.

Thats why it bent, toughest skidsteer ever built.
 

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Yep. I like it. Not the fanciest or most comfortable, but simple strong and reliable
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This worked great for stumps. We added a thumb to it.
 

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A picture of the some drywall in a crawlspace I was in today doing an inspection for a large loss. You should see the TJI floor joists. Not good, Another 3 storey building I can see with many unhappy occupants when they find out the outcome and recommendations from my inspection.
 

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Lookout above wood/kalamalka lake
Nice to have lower temps and get out for a 50k loop around oyama lake
Wife and I are supposed to be down that way at the end of the month for a wedding. We are tossing around the idea of bringing the bikes, but still on the fence with the dry conditions. Looks great up there though.
 

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Wife and I are supposed to be down that way at the end of the month for a wedding. We are tossing around the idea of bringing the bikes, but still on the fence with the dry conditions. Looks great up there though.
the rain was a welcome sight for our fires and backwoods
no dust yesterday and some puddles even
 
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