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    Default Burnt off some turkey

    Finally got to some of the projects with the ten days off. First was my aerator, not quite finished just have to put some wheels on for transporting around.
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    Default Re: Burnt off some turkey

    another view
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    Default Re: Burnt off some turkey

    A stand for my new backblade
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    Default Re: Burnt off some turkey

    My toothbar I built, I bought the teeth on ebay. They are the pin on type.

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    Nice tooth bar!

    How about a link to the teeth and the shanks?

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    Default Re: Burnt off some turkey

    On that toothbar photo, looks like you already chased down the dog and stuck him with the right side.

    Looks good eh.

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    Default Re: Burnt off some turkey

    Steve
    Great job on both. What did you use for the teeth on the aerator? Are they hardened or just mild steel. I could use one here but I have a lot (read everwhere [img]/forums/images/graemlins/mad.gif[/img]) of stones and I think I would spend most of my time bending them back or rewelding them back on.
    Great Toothbar. Looks as good as you could buy and you have the pleasure of knowing the builder if something goes wrong.
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    Default Re: Burnt off some turkey

    Nice projects, and looks like you did a great job! Man, I wish I could weld like that.

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    <font color="red"> Chris,</font> I found them by fluke one day, the guy doesn't list that much but I happen to come across them, I think his ebay company name was Getdirect and his handle was 'getpdq'.

    <font color="red"> Al, </font> The teeth are just mild steel, I cut them out of 3/8" flat bar 2 1/2" wide at a 30 degree angle. For all the aerating I'm going to do I didn't need the hassle of trying to cut that many from hard plate. My soil is almost useless here and I wanted something to aerate then be able to fertilize.

    <font color="red"> Chuck, </font> Didn't you notice that I specifically doidn't take close ups. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] My welding is not as good as you might think. I could take some close ups if it would make any other rookie welders feel better. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]

    <font color="red"> Joe, </font> The so called blood is chev orange paint I used to paint the stand I made for the backblade. I do have a dog that on the way out though. She has one lung that is completely taken over by a tumor. She can still get up and walk around but has no wind at all. She's held on for almost a year now, but is starting to noticeably fade. I pains me think about the day that is coming.

    Happy New Year to all
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    Default Re: Burnt off some turkey

    Nice job.

    How did you make the drum?

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