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    Elite Member milkman's Avatar
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    BX2200, BCS 735

    Default Re: Help with sickle bar ID

    That is awesome, wish I knew how to do that.
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    '65 IH Cub Lo-Boy, '13 Kioti DK50SE HST

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    I'm working on modeling the hinge now - cast parts are always tricky, and it's large enough and oddly shaped so it's difficult to measure. So once I model the actual part I can design a weldment as a replacement if it is ever necessary.

    I've been painting the parts with Valspar Cub Cad yellow because I have a few rattle cans on the shelf, and just found out Tractor Supply isn't selling the Valspar paint any more. I'm going to check a hardware store nearby that might carry it. Seems like just about everything at TSC is made in China, and most of it is cheap junk too. I am increasingly unhappy with TSC, but that's another topic...

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