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 10-17-1999, 00:00 Post: 8859
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I have a MF1030 and am looking for an implement for picking up leaves and blowing them into a following trailer. I seems that this would be a useful impleement for running off a 3 point. Does any manufacturer make one?






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 10-17-1999, 00:00 Post: 8860
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try www.tracvac.com i think they have what your looking for






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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8864
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Try www.lawnvac.com






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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8873
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Bob, trac-vac is one of the best there is and I've played with a lot of them call me if you need some help. Art






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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8888
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Bob,I definitely recommend the trac-vac system. I will confess that I've never had the chance to use the PTO driven system..yet. But I have put quite a few hours on the likes of Allis Chalmers,Gravely, 2 Trac-Vacs. The first two don't compare. My only complaint with Trac-vac: The pull behind trailer can get "tippy" when used on a slope or turning rapidly. Had we kept the unit, we probably would have installed a wider axle or wider tires. The little "wheel barrow" tires make it bounce around like a balloon. I'm currently torn between the PTO model and a self powered 3pt mount. BTW: Something to take notice when looking...PTO model: intake=8", Blower housing is 1-2" Wider, discharge=8", Obviously using 8" hose @2000CFM. The self powered unit:intake=6", discharge=6", using 6" hose @~1200CFM.






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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8899
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Thanks for your help, however, I tried the address but it didn't work. I think the message was no DNS entry.






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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8904
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Web address for PECO is www.lawnvac.com, address for Palmor Products is www.trac-vac.com, and for Bluebird International (EZVac) is www.bluebirdintl.com






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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8906
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Thanks. I tried "trac-vac" address and it worked. One problem is that I have a rear discharge mower. I was hoping to find a PTO vacuum with a wide opening directed to the ground without the mower and to pull my 4X7 foot trailer to catch the leaves. Seems like it should work but does anyone make it??Bob






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 10-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 8931
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I stand corrected. In looking through a brochure last night, I noticed trac-vac has switched to wider wheels/tires on their trailers.






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Is there any company that makes a pto driven unit that completely mounts to the 3-point hitch? My property is very hilly, and I don't think that a pull behind cart with the weight above the wheels is the answer. I will be using the vac over 8-9 acres just in the fall with leaves. I hate to buy an engine when I could just pull power from the pto. Has anyone tried the fully mounted trac-vac...the one with the 2 Rubbermaid trashcans on back?






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