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  1. #21
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    Default Re: CDP MID600 "backhoe build" project

    So...what are you seeing????

  2. #22
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    Default Re: CDP MID600 "backhoe build" project

    WOW...hard to believe last post in early Feb.

    progress pictures....

    sub frame and main swing framework mounted to B7510

    -20130324143301-mar-24-13-jpg

    subframe and swing feamework

    -20130324184449mar-24-13-jpg

    pic of swing connection to subframe

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    Last edited by Dongerosa; 03-25-2013 at 07:20 AM.

  3. #23
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    Default Re: CDP MID600 "backhoe build" project

    looking good don, I'll be watching for future posts.
    modify, adjust and improvise....a country boy can survive

  4. #24
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    Default Re: CDP MID600 "backhoe build" project

    Quote Originally Posted by 6011Artist View Post
    looking good don, I'll be watching for future posts.
    well...a little more work today....-20130326_180156-26-mar-2013-jpg

    got the stabilizers assembled, mocked up the arm and bucket.

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    after seeing the post...need to include a close up of the stablizer arms

  5. #25
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    Default Re: CDP MID600 "backhoe build" project

    OK, did some painting. first some rustolium metal primer applied via a cheapo HF spray gun..

    -20130415_113406-paint-booms-jpg

    worked pretty darn good! first time spraying paint in 30 years!

    -20130415_135837-paint1-jpg

    Got some bright Bota ORG from the kubota dealer 3 miles from the house, only $35 paint for a Qt., 15 buck pint of solvent...not too bad for Kubota dealer?

    Will post bota orange parts tomorrow.

  6. #26
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    Default Re: CDP MID600 "backhoe build" project

    Orange painted parts...

    and a correction on the solvent cost...10 bucks

    -20130417_150229-sub-frame-orange-paint -20130417_113028-bucket-booms-orange-jpg

  7. #27
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    Default Re: CDP MID600 "backhoe build" project

    Very good job. I have a B7510 also, but with a Woods 6500 on it. Great combo since its also sub frame. Are you using tractor hydraulics? If so I would LOVE to see, in detail, your hydraulic hook up. Also a close up shot of the rear sub frame attachment. Again great work, looking for ward to seeing more.

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