Thank you, I have to say I really do enjoy it,Bill, nice clean work
I'm surprised I didn't get any grief from you about the lack of pinstriping.Just make sure you don't forget the pin-striping!
I've got the King Kutter version of that and an L1500. The front wheels start coming off the ground just over half full of dirt, but I don't have a loader on mine and I think my scoop is wider. It doesn't lift high enough for the front to get scary off the ground anyway and if you leave the brakes separated, you can steer with them.Bill, nice clean work. If you load that scoop up with material you WILL have power steering beyond your control.
If you can get away with not welding galvanized... then do it. Nasty poison gasses are released when welding galvanized metal.
Since they are pin holes just put a sheet metal screw in them with an Oring or just silicon on the base of their heads.
Another option is fill them with sand instead of water.
I bough the red one you showed. I had to do some grinding and cutting to make it work with my QHBeen tired of the 3-Point Draw Bar "Flopping" around so
I got a new 3-Point Receiver Trailer Hitch yesterday,
I have seen a lot of posts on this one for $49.80,
but for an additional $2.20 I went with this one
I liked the extra "webbed support" it had.
Of course it had one major problem I had to fix, and that is done.... NOW IT IS ORANGE