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Old 02-15-2012, 12:36 PM
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Default ATV Three Point Hitch

I am Relatively new to this site,

We make catagory 0 three point hitches for ATV's.
I have attached a couple of pics.

This spring we plan on having more videos and illustrating the versitility of the hitch and how big the advantage is to using the machine's weight as opposed to the tongue and ball pull type implements, that require adding weight.

We are always interested in making improvements so let us know what you think!

Stop bye and check out our new site, bigbucktools.com

I am always open to discuss and listen to your idea's and talk about why this hitch is the way to go when using an ATV for plots or gardening.

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30 Acres,Qdma;Improvements:

Four food plots
1/4 acre pond
planted 300 oaks
planted 600 spruce
hazel nut, rasberry, clearing, hinge cutting, sanctuary

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Old 02-19-2012, 11:45 PM
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How much for the 3 point?
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Old 03-05-2012, 08:26 AM
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We are getting 400.00 for the three point and 250.00 for the "plow".
This week we are trying new tines for the plow, they will be common industrial scarifiers with replacable hardened tips. I'll post pics when done.

We are also going to build an electric three point, we are experimenting with different lifting devices. This can be challenging, because adding this feature can get real expensive, so we are looking at some different approaches.

Our goal is to be able to provide these tools to the everyday guy that wants to improve habitat or build a large garden. Keeping the cost down is a big part of the design. If I wouldn't buy it you shouldn't either. That's how I see it.
I do believe we offer tools that fill a niche. I also think that as a land owner and hunter I add real life expierence to the componets.

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1/4 acre pond
planted 300 oaks
planted 600 spruce
hazel nut, rasberry, clearing, hinge cutting, sanctuary
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Old 03-16-2012, 11:49 AM
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Added some new pics of our electric version.
Check out our new site bigbucktools.com

Thanks,

USAF
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Four food plots
1/4 acre pond
planted 300 oaks
planted 600 spruce
hazel nut, rasberry, clearing, hinge cutting, sanctuary
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Old 03-20-2012, 05:28 PM
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Can you make 3pt hitch to fit a polaris ranger 400 with a 2" receiver.
It looks to me just like a kolpin dirtworks hitch with a different moter I was going to buy one of those but your much cheaper.
Where are you located?????
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Old 03-21-2012, 12:52 PM
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I also have interest but need a 2" receiver
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He must be on vaca or something been trying to reach him with no luck
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Old 04-04-2012, 08:01 AM
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Default three point hitch

Sorry boys, I was up north testing the three point hitch!
we posted two new videos on youtube. showing me turning last years foodplot pulling a one bottom plow !
it worked great!
Check it out by typing in Big Buck Tools

Let me know what you think! Always open to feed back

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hazel nut, rasberry, clearing, hinge cutting, sanctuary
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