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taylor lambert

03-26-2010 22:08:59

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I need to build a manure bucket like older loadrs had. I cant find any around here in NE MS. I want to adapt an old bucket or build a new narrow bucket to fit my skid steer to load mixed manure and hay for my composting piles. mY toothed bucket wont work good, I thought about gettin some old car axles and cut them down to make my tines. I saw some made from heat treated 2 by 2 angle cut on a compound 45 on the end bolted to the bucket. Any suggestions

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David Snipes

03-30-2010 12:23:55

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 Re: manure buckets in reply to taylor lambert, 03-26-2010 22:08:59  
I made mine out of old rock drill shafts. I picked them up at a metal recycling company. You can't grind on them or cut them except with a cutting torch. They've worked great.

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03-28-2010 13:13:02

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 Re: manure buckets in reply to taylor lambert, 03-26-2010 22:08:59  
Not sure on your budget but HLA or Cotech make dedicated manure buckets in different widths.

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Dean in iowa

03-28-2010 06:31:57

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 Re: manure buckets in reply to taylor lambert, 03-26-2010 22:08:59  
I have a bucket you may be interested in and also have tines if you are going to build a bucket.

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03-27-2010 07:31:01

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 Re: manure buckets in reply to taylor lambert, 03-26-2010 22:08:59  
Old disk shafts also work, anyhow most are heat treated, if you want a square shaft.


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03-28-2010 16:29:11

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 Re: manure buckets in reply to paul, 03-27-2010 07:31:01  
Good idea on the disc shafts. Thanks for the information.

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