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1 minute ago, craftsmanmowerfreak said:

Things the dog wants

That dog has to investigate every single new thing that enters this household.

 

 

She is NOSEY.

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Grade that drive, Eric!  Grade it!

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3 minutes ago, pullstart said:

Grade that drive, Eric!  Grade it!

Hahahahahahha

 

Oh you bet I will mister man. You bet I will.

 

I wish I had time to fiddle with this thing tonight. Going to be a few days before I can install it and mess around with it.

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Nice attachment.When using it with a manual lift make sure your knee is no where near the lift handle.If you snag something the handle can really slap the knee.Ask me how I know.

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14 minutes ago, JAinVA said:

Nice attachment.When using it with a manual lift make sure your knee is no where near the lift handle.If you snag something the handle can really slap the knee.Ask me how I know.

That right there is some well taken and very appreciated advice.

I can pretty nearly guarantee you that that would have happened to me. You may have noticed I'm not the smallest fellow in the world so that lever is actually going to be on the inside of my  knee.

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I was gonna say it might be a bomb sniffing dog.... you best send the package to me for proper disposal... :lol:

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 Pooch has to make sure there's no bone in that box! That would be one heck of a bone that might last the rest of the year !

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Have fun with the new tool/toy!!!

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1 hour ago, ebinmaine said:

@Chris G, @JimmyJam

 

I got me a special delivery today

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I thought maybe you had a bomb sniffing dog! :ychain:

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My dog is the same way, when we come home with grocerys she has her nose in every bag as we come in the door

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 My old dog over the years has had to sniff my pant leg to make sure I haven't been cheating on her !

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1 hour ago, ebinmaine said:
1 hour ago, JAinVA said:

Nice attachment.When using it with a manual lift make sure your knee is no where near the lift handle.If you snag something the handle can really slap the knee.Ask me how I know.

That right there is some well taken and very appreciated advice.

I can pretty nearly guarantee you that that would have happened to me. You may have noticed I'm not the smallest fellow in the world so that lever is actually going to be on the inside of my  knee.

Eric,

 

Not that it's any of my business, but if you are cradling that lever on the inside of your knee, you might also want to consider wearing a cup........!        Just saying.

 

Cheers!

 

Dave

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Envious!!! Grader will me my next implement collected. Just out of curiosity ebinmaine, what kind of pooch is that? Jake there over to the left (my avatar) is my Miniature Pincer/Chihuahua mix.

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9 minutes ago, Jake0030 said:

Envious!!! Grader will me my next implement collected. Just out of curiosity ebinmaine, what kind of pooch is that? Jake there over to the left (my avatar) is my Miniature Pincer/Chihuahua mix.

Our dog, Meeha, is a rescue that we got almost 2 years ago. As near as we can figure she is a mix of Kelpie, which is an australian cattle dog, and Bull Terrier.

 

She's about 44 lb of pure strength and  muscle.

 

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Cute Dog! My guy is a rescue too, He's a 9 lb'er who think's he's a 44 lb'er. Nice pick up on the grader!

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1 minute ago, Jake0030 said:

Cute Dog! My guy is a rescue too, He's a 9 lb'er who think's he's a 44 lb'er. Nice pick up on the grader!

Thanks Jake!

Our dog occasionally decides that it is a 5 lb cat and we'll get on your lap....

or if it gets super excited it believes wholeheartedly that it is a 2000 + pound oxen.

Thankfully she is being broken of that for the most part. :-).

 

 

I'm hoping to start installing that grader blade on my Patriot horse this afternoon if I get home at a decent hour.

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Good Luck. I'm beet. About 6 months out from Shoulder Surgery and after hooking up the 42 inch thrower, weights and chains and moving a stupid mail box, I'm feeling it. Hope you have the time.

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would you be willing to measure the frame of the grader so i can fab on up? thanks in advance

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8 minutes ago, Smh28 said:

would you be willing to measure the frame of the grader so i can fab on up? thanks in advance

Absolutely. I won't be near it for several hours but I'd be happy to help.

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thank you very much! i have the resources to fabricate one up i just need some measurements to go off of!

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