doolin64----yea,,,, the grizz gives me a way to get in for dinner or if something should break(farmers never breakdown),,,If Im not done with the field at the end of the day I leave the tractor in the field, also the trailer,,,or I can pull the trailer with the grizz if I need to..... later,,, countrygrizz
guess you all can tell I'm bored so posting some pics,,,,, this is another one of grizz at work,,, this time checking cattle,,,, notice how mud builds up on the lower part of back fenders,,, dont mind getting the whole thing muddy but it kinda sucked having it clean and just a little mudhole causing all that mud buildup,,,, today I made some flaps that hang down about 4 inches,,, cured the problem,,,,,,, ok,,,, more pics people,,,, I hate to be the picture hog on here,,,,,later,,, countrygrizz
here is a shot of the mudflap,,,, it helped a bunch,, still get a little mud, but not much, I think if I was doing it over I would hang them down a little more,,,got the rubber mat out of cabelas, made a brace to go over it on the inside to keep it from ripping out and fastened it on with some bolts and caps left over from the fender flares I put on the toyota,,,, ,,,, ,,, cg
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