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Re: M5 with Schwartz loader pic

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01-17-2013 11:58:17

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Alan, don"t concern yourself with any thing pre-existing. Tilt your bucket where you want it and fit your rams to that, we"ve done many,many conversions here like that for customers here, remember a marker, torch, grinder and welder can fix endless puzzles, Dale

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01-17-2013 20:45:28

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 Re: M5 with Schwartz loader pic in reply to R.D.F., 01-17-2013 11:58:17  
Thank you for your reply....that is kind of what I was thinking. I do have another bucket that I believe is the smaller manure bucket for it. I thnk that one was about 8" from the bottom hole to the top hole. The main concern I have is getting it to tilt properly without binding the cylinders when dumping as they sit quite close to the frame....just dont want to break anything.. I agree,the marker, torch, grinder, and welder can fix puzzles...if in the right hands..I dont know everything....but I know enough to be dangerous :)

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01-18-2013 08:35:26

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 Re: M5 with Schwartz loader pic in reply to Alan K, 01-17-2013 20:45:28  
Just weld stops on bottom so bucket won't over dump, industrial buckets all have stops for safety,Dale

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