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bearskinner

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BX25D, snowblower, PHD, Grapple, Snow blade, land Plane
Sep 1, 2014
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With keeping snow removal equipment on the tractor, either the front snow blower or hydro blade, I don’t have a bucket to easily load firewood on the porch. So using a cheap rear bumper hitch hauler, and cutting up an old class 3 hitch receptacle, I made up a dual height loader assy hitch that works low or high for hauling.
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With the carrier on top, it’s tall enough to unload on my raised porch while standing up comfortably.
 
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GeoHorn

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mcmxi

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With keeping snow removal equipment on the tractor, either the front snow blower or hydro blade, I don’t have a bucket to easily load firewood on the porch. So using a cheap rear bumper hitch hauler, and cutting up an old class 3 hitch receptacle, I made up a dual height loader assy hitch that works low or high for hauling. View attachment 123985 View attachment 123986 With the carrier on top, it’s tall enough to unload on my raised porch while standing up comfortably.
Yes, nice job!