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Re: Welding hooks on bucket

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Ron Grother

05-29-2014 15:53:58

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I get some plate steel the length of the bucket weld that on. then the hooks

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05-31-2014 05:20:31

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 Re: Welding hooks on bucket in reply to Ron Grother, 05-29-2014 15:53:58  
I did mine with a plate of steel running flat on the bucket that the hooks are welded to but I went a little further and welded vertically a 2x1/2 plate behind the hooks as to stop the bucket from bending. Both plates are the withe of the bucket. If I had angle iron I would have used it.

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05-31-2014 12:18:37

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 Re: Welding hooks on bucket in reply to danmcdonald, 05-31-2014 05:20:31  
A guy out in the sticks who owns a welder probably does know how to use it, but probably cannot afford to keep a large assortment of welding rod on hand. I keep 6011 and some 7014. The 6011 is my first choice for most jobs, but if I don't like the looks of a that first bead layed down, I'll try the 7014. If I still don't like it, I'll experiment with varying heat ranges and techniques. Sometimes a higher heat will deliver the results I want, sometimes a lower heat works better. I've never experienced a failure.

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