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hate to tell you this that tractor is manufactured by MTD not Husqvarna. If was a Husqvarna The model number would have started with 917.. 71 is MTD..
Thank you for sharing this. I just bought a nearly identical tractor, and was seriously considering purchasing the front bucket scoop. I'm wondering if a welder and saw would help me remedy the shortcomings you pointed out. I'd like a Johnny Bucket Jr, but can't afford one right now.
I bought this same tractor in June of 2016 and love it! Beats the heck out of my brother's Husky. I added a sleeve hitch to the back (with a few minor mods), an electric 12v actuator to lift it and it works awesome on my homemade scraper and box blade. I thought about this small loader until I saw your's in action. Glad I caught this video. Also, I am able to haul my 5x10 trailer with a decent load (my old Deere mower and an old tiller), a utility trailer LOADED with mud and gravel and pulled a few logs with my Craftsman. It doesn't show any signs of slowing down. Next, I want to add 23" wheels to the back to get it a bit higher for the sleeve hitch. Not sure why some people are not Craftsman fans. It was a good $1900+ tractor for me.
I bought the same scoop for the 26HP Craftsman Pro Series. I did the assembly of the scoop (methodically) and it works very well for me. I'm not having any of these issues (I do get a little bit dumping out of the bucket when I go over bumps). The scoop has a lot of adjustments. I have the main lifters located in the back holes and I have about 7" between the raised scoop and the level surface. I also can fully dump the bucket with a little less than an inch of clearance. I use it a lot to scrape piles of dirt backwards. -- It's definitely not going to act like a power scoop but if you're moving piles around it completely eliminates the need for a shovel and wheelbarrow. *My suggestion is to work on the adjustments to get it to function correctly.
I believe the scoop has a few adjustments to raise the bucket.
It's exciting to see you get started on your BTE garden! Too bad you don't have some compost to put down first, at least three inches or so, then top with newspapers. Those chips will take a while to break down.
With the land you have, I would go with an older John Deere 430 garden tractor at the minimum, or a sub compact tractor. You'll be able to do more with them.
Manure forks with small tines works the best for loading wood chips, saves a lot of time over shovels.
Add a rear sleeve hitch and keep the bucket smaller travel areas. A rear sleeve hitch you can get a rake and a blade.
Great information. If you watched my videos on how I moved the wood chips, you would see I did it by hand and it almost killed me. That gadget would not have worked. Sorry you went through all that frustration. I can imagine how excited you must have been when you thought it would work for you. Good luck and Thanks for the video Thumbs up
I have the same scoop on my gt5000 which is a garden tractor... The mower you bought is a lawn mower not a garden tractor the scoop only fits large rear wheel tractors you get about 6 in of clearance instead of 3 and a lot more weight to push into the piles also the reason your bucket wasn't shutting right is that little bent bracket that catches it ,you put on backwards, I use my scoop to spread almost 20,000 pounds of crush and run Stone
Thank you for taking one for the team. I was considering that scoop for my Craftsman. Now I see it's a waste of time for this type of thing. I was needing to move pea gravel and topsoil for the garden. I think my shovel and wheelbarrow with work fine. I might just get me another shovel and wheelbarrow and go twice as fast! ;)
I have the same scoop. I had to do some adjustments, but it works for me.
Look into a subcompact tractor. If you can swing the price you'll get the job done. Good luck!
You really need a tractor mounted loader my friend. That's what those funny looking arms are for, they'll lift the bucket far, far higher than their mounting point. An old yanmar diesel tractor ~12 hp or so should get that done fine although a Kubota or likewise with hydro will keep your clutch leg stationary during loader work vs on, off, on, off
I have a Craftsman LT1000 and it lasted about 13 years and between 700 to 706 hours and I got a better riding mower
our land developer has a late 80's model Craftsman that still works. ratings are high for Craftsman. we went and brought one today. we had the worst luck with Cub Cadet.....now that was a garbage can on wheels.
Have them dump the wood chips while they are rolling. That will save you a lot of work.
Nice! Those are huge piles of wood chips!