Topic: Re: aluminum weight brackets
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A little late, I know. Here are some pics of mine that is nearly finished. Our tig won't weld aluminum that thick, so I had a former student spool gun it. He welded the cross piece near the tractor too far back, so I cut the piece to make it fit around the tractor.
It is 1/2" by 4", but I would probably do 3/8" by 5" if I were to do it again, with a 1/2" front piece. With weights facing forward, it's close to 11' but since trailering multiple tractors, we get concerned with overall length.
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