With a small compact tractor you need weight on the back when using your FEL. Loaded tires and wheel weights are great but if your also using the tractor to cut grass it better to get as much weight off the tractor. This is why I like the weight box. This is also a must to get the most out of you tractor. Box blades and other 3 point add ons do not have the weight needed even with filled tires or wheel weights. 12 bags of quick concrete was used to fill up the JD weight box.
The PVC lets you hold tools in one area as you do any projects. I had to drive over a few rakes to think up some other way of doing things.
I hope you enjoy the pictures and the information!!!
JD 2305, 200CX, 62MMM, iMATCH, Frontier Box Blade, Weight Box 850lbs, Markham Welding toothbar, JD 826D Snowblower, Toro Super Recycler mower, Stihl KM55R Power Unit, FS Line Head, FCS Str Edger, Stihl HS 45 Hedge Trimmer, and Still FS 80 Brushcutter, Stihl BG85 Blower, Star 16 Gallon Sprayer, and Herd M96 seeder/spreader.
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Originally posted by Mayor I am not sure what your talking about???
I was looking at the last picture you posted and see the white dots in the area that you filled with concrete. I was wondering what those white dots were. They look like the ends of metal bars or something. Or maybe my eyesight is going faster than I thought.
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Nice box! I wouldn't mind having one, but until then, I just used what I had laying around; Two pieces of RR rail, part of an old 3-pt boom (filled with lead), 2-100# suitcase wts., & two old concrete weights, total about 600#. ~~ grnspot110