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84" dozer, w/ winch, ripper, extra teeth: One of a kind combination mulcher with 6 way dozer blade. This is a 2004 Rayco C87FM mulcher. It has the same crawler chassis as the C87D (dozer), so it was easily converted into a dozer as well. By welding attachment points to a John Deere skid steer mounting plate, the mulching head can be switched out with the included 6 way skid steer dozer blade (or any skid steer attachment).It takes about 30 minutes to switch the machine from a mulcher to a dozer: 3 pins and 2 hoses. The mulching hoses are connected together and held out of the way as shown in the video. The dozer blade is actually an 8 way blade as the operator can also adjust the forward/backward tilt via the top cylinder. Because the blade is further forward than a factory built blade, I believe it's better balanced and more functional than the C87D. This rig can push a full load of gravel w/o a problem.I bought the mulcher 4 years ago used. It had a hairline fracture on the track frame which was ground out, welded, covered with 3/4 steel, preheated, and patched with 4 lbs of 8018 and pinged. The engine has been replaced, so it is newer than the original. Hours unknown but there is a sticker on the dash that says 2350 hours (hard to read). I put maybe 300 hours of easy time on it to clear 1 mile of road and some homesites. Time is better judged from the sprockets which are in good condition.This rig has zero issues. New computer dash (1200.00). It starts without ether even when cold and after sitting for the winter. No leaks. Runs great.The machine comes with $7,000 in accessories: Takeuchi 6 way dozer blade, ripper, winch, extra set of teeth, track adjustment too,
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