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.Well as original mogs are so versatile in all implement applications, I was under the impression that the FLU19 would be the same but as described a little different.
As a tractor type application would application would like to run a Bush hog out front.
I know that can be run hydraulically , with the minimal pump application on the front that the FLU19 has that possibly is a a issue.
I like the military issue type equipment generally until some of the engineers step in and make them more inconvenient than convenient ..... lol.
The backhoe on this unit seems like it's very worthy and strong.
Another nice tool.
But in terms of removing front and rear pieces of equipment was looking at what the functionality was in terms of adding other equipment to the machine.
"Thank you Tennmogger" for your knowledge, I greatly appreciate it.
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I don't know the model numbers off the top of my head, but the forklift for an HMMH uses the same mounts, as does the dozer blade for an HME.FLUfarm, would you know any model info of implements that fit the front of the FLU? Or were you saying such pieces could be fabricated? I ask for an application I am involved with for a local Sheriff Dept.
Never did try if a 419 implement would fit, but what was on my MB 4-94 sure looked the same. Think I even measured a couple of distances just to see if they were the same.I was told but have not confirmed that the MB94 uses a different front mount system.
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