if they were designed to put that mowers 20 - 25 hp (or more) to the ground, i would think they should be ok.First thing that comes to mind with the zero turn motors. Were they engineered with this type of weight and forces involved in using for pushing or pulling the weight?
yes! the hose and fittings actually arrived here yesterday (a day early) but i had planned to finish welding and prep / paint the scissors arms and axles. today i filled up the cylinders and hoses and put the quick connects on the ends, so those are all sealed up and air free, ready to plug in. tomorrow looks like the day it will be moving on it's own from the onboard hydraulics. i estimated 20 seconds to full lift on a tired implement circuit, we'll see. at 800 psi this setup might have close to 2 ton of push from the get-go but time will tell.Get your fittings? I have been waiting to see the cart working.
That is a simple run of the mill plastic garbage or recycling can, nothing much/fancy about it.I like this a lot as well as the blue contraption in the background.
i built that 350 lb hoe 20 years ago for my cub cadet 149, then when i swapped it to the ford it became a mini extend-a-hoe. it came in handy digging the 8' x 12' x 6 ft deep hole for my wife's geo thermal greenhouse project this spring. wish i had the dump cart then! the ford made a real mess of the yard during all that rain we had.Yes blue and white ford with BH.