How to buy a tractor for your next backyard project
A few months ago, I posted an article about the importance of a quality tractor for the next backyard build.
I was pleasantly surprised to discover that a new tractor for my backyard had already been ordered by my local hardware store.
I had no idea that it was the same manufacturer that had delivered my last tractor, and now my backyard was ready for another one!
The article described the basic components of a tractor, but in an effort to simplify things I decided to focus on the final piece of the puzzle: the ball equipment.
I have had a few issues with the ball and chain on my previous two Tractorhammers, and it is a hassle to change them in and out of the truck.
This new tractor, however, has the ability to accept both balls and chains.
I could easily replace the chain and ball equipment with the newer ball equipment in an hour or so.
My only problem is that I have a very big yard, so I have to go to the store to get them changed out for the new ones.
This is not the first time I have had this issue, and I’m not sure why the store does not have ball equipment available.
I am so happy that I finally got the ball/chain stuff on the tractor.
The extra room in the tractor gives it more room for the ball to travel and the ball’s weight, which is what makes it very maneuverable.
The ball also keeps the tractor from going over bumps, as the ball is heavier than the chain.
The trailer hitch has two small holes that attach to the ball, and the tractor can be parked securely on the trailer.
The trailer comes with three pairs of wheels that attach directly to the tractor and are easily removed.
The hitch has a little latch at the bottom, which will easily lock the trailer to the hitch if necessary.
The tractor is able to take all sorts of weights, and you can easily add more if you have the space.
The two ball racks can be removed and used for the necessary equipment.
The new tractor is about the same size as the previous one, and weighs about half as much.
I would recommend buying the new tractor and moving the ball rack to the back.
You can use this extra space for extra storage, and this will help keep the tractor looking as good as it did when I first started.
I do not think that the new trailer will be as maneuverable as the one I had on the previous tractor, as you will have to use the ball racks to take the tractor anywhere.
If you are using the tractor for a lot of different tasks, it might be better to use a heavier vehicle to haul the ball-racks.