I tore one up today pretty good, 5/8". Not sure what happened there, but destroyed it. A loader on one of my Deeres had a piece of 2" angle iron a 1/4" thick tack welded across the upper edge of the bucket with hooks welded to it on each end. It had popped, pulled off, and was a real nice edge until it did that. I don't weld, so today I remounted it by drilling through it, the bucket, and a piece of 2" flatbar, 1/4" thick inside of the bucket to sandwich/clamp the bucket between the flatbar and the angle iron. I used five 5/8" bolts spread out evenly from one end to the other, and all went well, except one nut that just destroyed that lock washer. They were not hardened bolts, so I really didn't crank down on them all that hard, but never saw a lock washer fail so easily.
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