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neat cub cadet based equipment

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Mr. Stanley Duff of Pink Hill N.C. made these neat cub cadet based pieces of equipment. Eason

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A few years ago (2005 maybe?), we were traveling thru a small town in northern Indiana and stopped at a tractor show. On display there was a disc like the one you pictured as well as a plow and some other small scale pieces. If I can remember where the pictures are, I will post them also. Maybe someone from that part of the state knows who made them.

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Those look great.

I appreciate a man who spends time and $$ on such endeavors.

It reminded me of this one I saw at a show.

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Maxx

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I WANT ONE !!!!!! :lol:

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Awesome!!

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I wish i had that kind of engineering ability that is something i really enjoy doing . It's asshame he painted the disc green . Back in 1984 i was laid off from the construction co. i worked for so i went to work for a cih. dealer outside of Lacrosse In. there was a farmer who lived a couple miles from there and he bought a brand new 1680 or 1688 he came to pick it up and i followed him home with the corn head when we got to his place he pulled the combine in his shop right after he dropped the grain head . [ Nowing he was a engineering geneious i asked him what he was going to do and he said he was going to show the boy's at harvester how to put some capacity in a combine .] From what i heard later he cut the machine into 3 pieces and made a heavier frame and front and rear axle tubes built a bigger grain tank and did something to the rotor . I heard then he called harvester and invited them out to look at it . I also heard they voided the warrenty on it.

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Some folks amaze me with their engineering skill!

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Too many large photos for dial up users to enjoy. Unless you have forever to allow them to load.

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Too many large photos for dial up users to enjoy. Unless you have forever to allow them to load.

hey dad got them on a thumb drive for you

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That is so cool!

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Those are all great, but I especially like the grader.

I'll second both parts of above :wub: .

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That's pretty darn cool! I had always thought about doing something like that if I had the time ,space and money! Very cool! That's awesome!

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Those look great.

I appreciate a man who spends time and $$ on such endeavors.

It reminded me of this one I saw at a show.

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Maxx

ive always dreamed of doing one like this!! Blast it all!! :o

at least someone went through the headache and not me.. ^_^

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Great Talent! Wish I had a little of it. Thanks for the pictures, Tony

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Those look great.

I appreciate a man who spends time and $$ on such endeavors.

It reminded me of this one I saw at a show.

DSC_0001.jpg

Maxx

ive always dreamed of doing one like this!! Blast it all!! :o

at least someone went through the headache and not me.. ^_^

I always want to build a mini 7488

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