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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    As long as no welding at my end is required I would have no trouble assembling. Much of what we buy these days is packed in a box unassembled to make it more storable and to save on shipping costs. I just bought a TV stand and spent 3 hours putting it together. The instructions were clear. There were extra fastening items (bolts etc.) to compensate for faulty ones, all parts fit neatly together and the finished product was very solid. Now on the other hand I have had nightmares assembling some chinese products where I have to re drill poorly placed holes and jerry rig the thing.

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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    Quote Originally Posted by Tororider View Post
    EA hasn't posted on this thread in quite awhile.
    Hopefully they will make a decision soon. These would be good winter projects to weld up and paint and have ready to go come next Spring.

    I wonder if Santa can fit a Land Plane kit in his sleigh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparc

    Hopefully they will make a decision soon. These would be good winter projects to weld up and paint and have ready to go come next Spring.

    I wonder if Santa can fit a Land Plane kit in his sleigh?
    I like this ideal. Maybe he can get 2 in there? One for you and me!!!
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    This is Travis. I do most of the posting for ETA here on TBN and get the answers to many of your questions directly from Ted because typing and emailing aren't really his thing.

    Your opinions really do matter to Ted. An example is.....When he first starting his manufacturing venture, he had a paint color in mind but before he started painting everything that color, he got opinions from you guys and determined that the majority preferred a color that can be purchased locally for touch-up and that goes with all tractors. That color was industrial yellow(CAT yellow) which is totally different from the red color he planned to use. Your opinions directly affect what we do here at ETA. . . From start to finish, we work for you and want that to be well known!!! You are making it possible for Ted to do what he is very passionate about.

    Ted wanted me to start this thread to get opinions and see how much interest there is in the idea. You guys have provided us with many great ideas and it seems that there is a great deal of interest and support out there in TBN land!!!
    This is not something that we are going to rush into overnight. It will take a great deal of planning to make this work and your input is very valuable and appreciated.

    The next step I want to take is to test this idea in the real world with an attachment kit of our choosing($400-$1000 value) in which we will send, free of charge, to one capable person who will agree to provide us(and you) with an in-depth step-by-step review(complete with pictures) of the complete process from beginning to the painted, final product. We will choose a fairly simple attachment but it will require welding and the other capabilities already discussed in this thread.
    This will require more help from you guys to let us know who is the right person for the job. Get together and recommend that person by polling/discussion. We will then gather your feedback and proceed.
    Again, thanks for your outstanding assistance!! This will also be posted on the build-it-yourself forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments
    The next step I want to take is to test this idea in the real world with an attachment kit of our choosing($400-$1000 value) in which we will send, free of charge, to one capable person who will agree to provide us(and you) with an in-depth step-by-step review(complete with pictures) of the complete process from beginning to the painted, final product. We will choose a fairly simple attachment but it will require welding and the other capabilities already discussed in this thread.
    This will require more help from you guys to let us know who is the right person for the job. Get together and recommend that person by polling/discussion. We will then gather your feedback and proceed.
    Again, thanks for your outstanding assistance!! This will also be posted on the build-it-yourself forum.
    Pick me

    I have a MIG, DC TIG and stick welder.

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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    I would like to say pick me also, but comming into winter and everything being inside taking up space I just wouldn't be able to do much till spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    Pick me

    I have a MIG, DC TIG and stick welder.
    They said they wanted it painted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken45101

    They said they wanted it painted.
    I have a couple of paint guns.

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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    4shorts is the obvious pick if you'd ship to Canada and if you sent him somthing he could stick lights on

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    Default Re: Build-It-Yourself Attachment KITS...How much interest would there be???

    Travis and Ted, You guys sure do seem to do things right. I think that you picked a great way to move ahead with your original idea! Thanks for letting us know what is up.
    Rick

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