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1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock

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Dean Olson

03-08-2011 19:23:39
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Anybody know where to find some? I need 2-36" pieces.

Local steel suppliers say it's an odd size.

I'm have a Farmall C-254 cultivator for my Super C that I want to make another attachment specifically to mount deep fertilizer injector knives.




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sflem849

03-09-2011 10:40:56
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to robgIN, 03-08-2011 19:23:39  
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So how strong is it if you sleeve them?



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Rootsy

03-09-2011 09:35:50
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to CNKS, 03-08-2011 19:23:39  
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A 1 1/4 sq tube with a 3/16 wall thickness is about 66% as stiff as a solid 1 1/4" bar - Assuming both are similar materials with similar strength properties and modulus of elasticity.

As an example, a 48" long piece of say 1 1/4 sq solid A36 , fixed at one end with a 1000 lb distributed load deflects 2.22 inches at the end. A mild steel 1 1/4 sq x .19 wall tube deflects 3.31 inches under the same constraint and loading.

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sflem849

03-09-2011 07:23:42
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to todd heck, 03-08-2011 19:23:39  
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You could always sleeve it with another smaller piece increase it's strength. Can't get the cheap welded seam and do it.

McMaster-Carr is a mail order place specializing in industrial maintenance type stuff.



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gene bender

03-09-2011 06:35:58
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to Dean Olson, 03-08-2011 19:23:39  
Where do you live. You can get sq tube with thick wall also.



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Dean Olson

03-09-2011 07:42:37
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to gene bender, 03-09-2011 06:35:58  
Richmond TX. Just outside Houston. The 2 steel wholesalers, major facilities, I normally deal with don't stock it. I'll make a few more phone calls. Surely in a town this size its in stock somewhere.

I've learned not to tell any suppliers what I'm working on because the automatic response is "we don't carry that".



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gene bender

03-09-2011 10:26:31
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to Dean Olson, 03-09-2011 07:42:37  
If i can get it here in IOWA you sure should be able to get it in TEXAS but if worse comes to worse if have some let me know.



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Rootsy

03-09-2011 05:57:58
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to NolanJae, 03-08-2011 19:23:39  
Where are you located?

1 1/4 sq is not an odd size and honestly 1 1/4 square tubing with a 3/16 wall will probably be plenty heavy.

Any commercial steel supplier will be able to get you that material without issue. Buy an entire length of tube vs having it cut... Saw cutting is generally more expensive than if you bought an entire 20 or 24 footer...



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tesmith66

03-09-2011 03:23:51
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to Jimmy Z., 03-08-2011 19:23:39  

Dean Olson said: (quoted from post at 20:23:39 03/08/11) Anybody know where to find some? I need 2-36" pieces.

Local steel suppliers say it's an odd size.

I'm have a Farmall C-254 cultivator for my Super C that I want to make another attachment specifically to mount deep fertilizer injector knives.


Look here: McMaster-Carr

Doesn't seem that odd
This post was edited by tesmith66 at 03:27:19 03/09/11 3 times.

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DeltaRed

03-08-2011 19:30:18
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to Dean Olson, 03-08-2011 19:23:39  
Make what you need.Lay a piece of 1/4"flat bar to two sides of a 1x1"Square



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Mark-Ia

03-09-2011 06:15:01
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to DeltaRed, 03-08-2011 19:30:18  
You'll have 1 1/2" then.



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DeltaRed

03-09-2011 07:11:42
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to Mark-Ia, 03-09-2011 06:15:01  
Not oppisite sides...adjoining sides.2 oppisite sides will be 1x1 1/2....2 adjoining sides will be 1 1/4x1 1/4.



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Marty from MN

03-08-2011 19:26:08
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to Dean Olson, 03-08-2011 19:23:39  
I usually buy from discount steel, but they are close by. Minimally they have a great website to look for prices and availability.

I'm assuming you don't need hardened steel.
http://www.discountsteel.com/items/1018_Cold_Rolled_Steel_Square_Bar.cfm



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Dean Olson

03-08-2011 20:03:07
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 Re: 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 solid bar stock in reply to Marty from MN, 03-08-2011 19:26:08  
Great tip. Thank you.

This will be used to support a single fertilizer knife running about 4" deep in front of a planter . It will be in freshly tilled soil. I suspect that standard steel will be more than strong enough.



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