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  • 84" Skidsteer bucket

    This is a few pics of a bucket im, reflooring and new edge.I cut out the old floor it was 3/16" i,m replacing that with 5/16".Had to cut and straightin the to beam with my chain come along had a big bow in it.
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  • #2
    Where's the pictures of the finished job?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by eecervantes83 View Post
      Where's the pictures of the finished job?
      It,s not done yet.Puttin it back together tommorrow i,ll get you a pic.

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      • #4
        Almost finished.

        Few more pics.
        Attached Files

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        • #5
          the buckets looking good weirdo whats the sq ftg of your shop

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          • #6
            what machine you recommend someone starting out to make a littlesidemoney

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            • #7
              Project is looking good. Curious as to what it is that appears to be welded to the front of the bucket. I don't get into much of this type of work but have been around plenty of machinery. Is that to keep floor strait while working? What will be used for cutting edge?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by NathanH View Post
                Project is looking good. Curious as to what it is that appears to be welded to the front of the bucket. I don't get into much of this type of work but have been around plenty of machinery. Is that to keep floor strait while working? What will be used for cutting edge?
                I like it you answered your own question the thing welded to the front is the cutting edge. They are normally longer and you cut them to fit.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by theweldingweirdo View Post
                  the buckets looking good weirdo whats the sq ftg of your shop
                  About 700 sq ft.Welcome aboard Mr."Rodgers".For a shop machine in the mig a 252 is a nice unit. Engine drive depends on what up want too spend trailblazer 325 looks like a sweet unit.302 Air pak if you want to air arc and run air tools to do mobile repair is real nice.If not need air 302 diesel another nice unit.All depends on your $$$.

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                  • #10
                    I see it now. I was thinking the piece was much thicker than it is. Upon closer inspection of the pic I am seeing the bevel making it appear thicker.

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