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  1. #21
    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Lodi, CA


    I would also like to mention, those HUGE nuts and bolts, in the last few pictures. I would suggest counter-sunk screws, flush on the outside for sandy soil, flush on the inside for clay soils.

  2. #22
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    Dec 2008

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    Ditto what JSFAB said about angling the outside teeth wider than the bucket. One question, Why the bolt on/off attachment for the teeth? So you can dig without any?? Also you may have been better off welding on shanks to install replaceable teeth, it would save a lot of work down the road. But nice fab work just the same!
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