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  1. #11
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    Southwest Florida, North of Atlanta, Georgia
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    kubota B7100

    Default Re: b7100 bucket attach brackets

    Well I did finish my project. But I still need to make adjustments next time I go North.
    The welds are not great but it held together. The second pic is of an adjustment I had to make becausee the hydro ram would not retract completely because the bracket stopped it. I need to make adjustment to the bottom pin placement. It needs to be furthur from the rake backside so the bottom of the rake can be horizontal when lowered to the ground.
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  2. #12
    Veteran Member Tig's Avatar
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    2,496
    Location
    The County, Ontario, Canada
    Tractor
    Kubota, B7100HST-D

    Default Re: b7100 bucket attach brackets

    Very nice, what exactly are you going to do with that? It looks pretty aggressive.
    Steve

    The best things in life are not things.

  3. #13
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    New Hampshire, USA
    Tractor
    Kubota B6100

    Default Re: b7100 bucket attach brackets

    Cool. I'm also wondering what you're plans are for it. Looks like it could rip up shrubbery.
    Mike
    B6100 w/ power steering - link below
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/k...has-power.html

  4. #14
    Bronze Member
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    Southwest Florida, North of Atlanta, Georgia
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    kubota B7100

    Default Re: b7100 bucket attach brackets

    As can be seen in the background of the first picture, I have a lot of undergrowth. I am hoping the little kubota will have the power to help me clean out an area to eventually (years) be a place to build a house.I did not have enough time in the 5 day weekend to test it out.
    One day to drive to georgia. One day to finish the build. One day to clean up the tree top from the sawmill process(in the first picture also see the log trimmings). One day to meet with freind. And the last day to return to florida.
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