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    Nice pictures too. The well lit, uncluttered workspace really helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiotiken View Post
    ETA, Looks like a great kit. I'm looking forward to getting an idea of price. Looks like a fun and relatively easy project, but the price still has to be right. Since you wanted to do a box blade and you're doing a grapple, how long until we can expect a price on these two kits?

    Great work Roger. Even with all the indexing, I can see how people could (and will) screw it up because they just throw it together without thinking a couple steps ahead like you're doing.
    Thanks Ken, we don't have any real idea on price as of yet. Ted is just waiting to see how the first kit works out and go from there.
    Looks great so far!
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    Thanks Ken, we don't have any real idea on price as of yet. Ted is just waiting to see how the first kit works out and go from there.
    Looks great so far!
    Let me know if he needs help with Canadian pricing for that grapple

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    Sorry for the delayed replies. For some reason I have not be getting notification or email on my subscribed threads

    Quote Originally Posted by kiotiken View Post
    Great work Roger. Even with all the indexing, I can see how people could (and will) screw it up because they just throw it together without thinking a couple steps ahead like you're doing.
    Thanks Ken. The indexing really does help but you still have to make sure everything is square. Without the indexing it would have been tough to tack all of the tines and have them sitting were they need to be.

    Quote Originally Posted by jmc View Post
    Nice pictures too. The well lit, uncluttered workspace really helps.
    Thanks. I actually wish it was brighter in there, I have some more lights I need to put up. I was hoping to have them up before I started the grapple.

    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    Thanks Ken, we don't have any real idea on price as of yet. Ted is just waiting to see how the first kit works out and go from there.
    Looks great so far!
    Thanks, everything is rolling along pretty smoothly.

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    The last tine is on.



    Random pics





    Holding the tines in place to be tacked to the pipe.



    Flipped up so the tines can be tacked to the pipe on the bottom.



    Right now I have most of of tines tacked to the pipe. Then I guess the next step will be to finish weld everything that has been tacked.

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    Looking good! It's a real nice design, keep up the good work.

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    Keep track of the hrs you put into it, that would be nice to know

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    Nice work Roger. EA is thinking out of the box on this, my hats off to them and hoping this is a success as a profitable endevor for them. Roger it looks like you are doing a great job making sure the build is square and true. What welder and rod are you using AC or DC and what amps. Just curious. nice looking welds too.
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    EA claims this to be a special alloy steel, though I don't think they have ever stated what kind exactly. Any difference welding it vs. regular mild steel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    Sorry for the delayed replies. For some reason I have not be getting notification or email on my subscribed threads

    Thanks Ken. The indexing really does help but you still have to make sure everything is square. Without the indexing it would have been tough to tack all of the tines and have them sitting were they need to be.

    Thanks. I actually wish it was brighter in there, I have some more lights I need to put up. I was hoping to have them up before I started the grapple.

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