That's useful looking attachment, slipshod. Is there a name for it? Did you build it or buy it?
It's nice to see pics of a WORKING tractor. I still live in a subdivision, so my 2210 is just sitting in my garage (new acreage is 30+ miles away, got over 30hrs on so far). Shoot, I've even waxed it, although it took me forever to get it clean before I waxed. Wonder how many more times I'll do that after the new wears off?!?
It is called a 4 way or clam bucket.It has 3 cutting edges on it,one on the main blade so you can doze,one on the leading edge of the banjo for digging when the clam is closed,and ond on the back side of the banjo that can be used to back peel sod or bite that little pile you always chase with a regular bucket.
The bucket was bought new with the tractor.It cost me my bucket and about $900.00,worth every penny.
I have dug trees with this bucket and any other use you can think of.For removing trees when clearing land it is the nuts.Come at the tree from one side with the clam open,turn into the tree,bend it sideways,bite onto it,push,pull, lift,throw it on the pile.No stump left to deal with,and it will pull some amazingly large trees.
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