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    Default How to build a brush bucket

    looking to see if anyone out there has done this before and can give me some tips. Also a third hydraulic valve

    Thanks Bert

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    Welcome to TractorByNet.

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    Default Re: How to build a brush bucket

    Massey 1423, 1462 loader, wallenstein Ranch ho gx620, with subframe mount.

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    Default Re: How to build a brush bucket

    Welcome to TractorByNet!

    I moved your thread to the Build-It-Yourself forum.

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    Default Re: How to build a brush bucket

    Welcome to the Forum. What is the model of your kubota? I have a BX23 that I built brush forks and a grapple for the front bucket but I don't know if that is what you have in mind. If you google BX23 homemade grapple 1.3gp - YouTube and BX23 homemade grapple 2.3gp - YouTube you can see a couple of action clips.
    ametcalf
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    2004 BX23, 72" Landpride finish mower, 48" Howse tiller, Home made brush forks, grapple, and plywood skidplate.
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    Default Re: How to build a brush bucket

    Brush buckets are easy.

    -brushbucket-jpg


    Hydraulic valves are harder to build.



    Bruce

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    This is the first version of the one I built. It has 6" tine spacing, tines are 36" long and it is made for a JD quick hitch. It was awsone except the 1" Rebar dowels I used kept breaking. Version 2 which I do not have pictures of, is exactly the same except I bought some 1 1/4" 4140 alloy steel, have yet to bend a tine and it works awsome. I use it to move wet hay bedding, brush, firewood, rocks and anything else I can think up. Originally it was going to have a grapple on it but I nver got that far.
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