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    Default Kubota B Series Quick Attach

    I finished some projects saturday morning so I had a chance to start building a QA for my LA384 Loader.

    I had looked over TooManyGT's build on MTF and it seemed pretty simple. So I set out to build my own.

    The plan is to add some 2" Receiver stock to the unit so I can easily add a trailer hitch etc for moving stuff without the bucket attached.

    I started with some 1/4" Plate.
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    Cut out my design on the CNC table.
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    Bent it up in the press brake.
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    Before and Afters.
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    Cut some 1.5" .25 Wall DOM for the pins.
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    After doing those it was time to stop. The design will have 2 runners that hold the QA's together and they will also house the Hitch Receiver.

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    Default Re: Kubota B Series Quick Attach

    Wow, nice. Nice tools ,with those at your dispose you'll have it done in no time.
    Are you worried about the distortion of the holes near the bends?

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    Default Re: Kubota B Series Quick Attach

    Thanks,

    Not to worried about the distortion because it will be filled with weld any how. I tried not to make the QA bigger than it needed to be. I didn't want to put more stress etc out there so I cut it down by atleast an inch over others I think. I've been collecting and building tools for about 10 years now which is proving to make things much easier on each project I do.

    Wes

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    Default Re: Kubota B Series Quick Attach

    I had time saturday to finish this thing up. I ended up bending the U hooks with my press and a 1" pin + some channel and other bottom dies I could imagine up.
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    I threw the bottom pins in the lathe and turned them down a c hair on one end to make them easy to insert/remove. The paint is the kubota Orange from Tractor Supply. Its pretty close to a match. Now I need to finish up the chain hooks for the Tooth bar in the other thread. After this onto a Tine Grapple made out of tubing but that requires some $ for the 3rd functions.

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    Default Re: Kubota B Series Quick Attach

    Quote Originally Posted by jeep07 View Post
    I finished some projects saturday morning so I had a chance to start building a QA for my LA384 Loader.

    I had looked over TooManyGT's build on MTF and it seemed pretty simple. So I set out to build my own.

    The plan is to add some 2" Receiver stock to the unit so I can easily add a trailer hitch etc for moving stuff without the bucket attached.


    Is that the LA364 Loader you have? Great job!
    Working to increase the scope of the small tractor experience, one quick attach at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicheater View Post
    Is that the LA364 Loader you have? Great job!
    Yeah its a 364.

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    Default Re: Kubota B Series Quick Attach

    Quote Originally Posted by jeep07 View Post
    Yeah its a 364.
    Wheh! Thought kubota pulled a fast one on me!
    Working to increase the scope of the small tractor experience, one quick attach at a time.

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    Default Re: Kubota B Series Quick Attach

    I like that receiver hitch idea and may have to cut my QH apart and build it in! nice job!

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    How do you go about getting the double bend? Thanks.

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    Default Re: Kubota B Series Quick Attach

    The U bend I did with a 1" pin and various bottom dies (scrap steel etc) in my press. Once bent I simply chucked the thing in a vise and got a big crescent wrench and pulled it back to bend it. Nothing precise but it worked .

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