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  1. #1
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    Sep 2009
    Nova Scotia and Zephyrhills Fl
    BX2360 JD 425 jd 455

    Default weld on 30mm collar to accept bucket pins etc

    34LM030P2 Datasheet -- Stafford Manufacturing Corp. -- Metric Set-Screw Steel Collars --
    paid $3.50 ea in Canada for them.
    I`m trying to adapt a snow blade to our loader pin placement. so will weld these to some channel iron.

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    Platinum Member
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    Nov 2007
    Kubota L3130 HST 4x4 Kubota L4740-3 HST

    Default Re: weld on 30mm collar to accept bucket pins etc

    Watch they don't distort from the welding process. It might make pin installation difficult.
    Kubota L3130 HST 4x4, FEL LA723 w/QA and BH90 Backhoe
    Kubota L4740-3 Cab, HST, FEL w/Heavy duty bucket w/cutting edge
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    Elite Member Chilly807's Avatar
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    Nova Scotia
    Kubota L3400DT

    Default Re: weld on 30mm collar to accept bucket pins etc

    Princess Auto has them too, a bit cheaper I think... I welded mine 90 degrees at a time, very little distortion.


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    Gold Member Recoveryhill's Avatar
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    St. Croix, Virgin Islands
    Kubota L3700SU

    Default Re: weld on 30mm collar to accept bucket pins etc

    It looks like that collar has sufficient wall thickness not to distort, especially if you follow Chilly's advice. Tack it in place and skip weld. Also, since it's not a high speed bushing, you could easily buff out the ID if the pin is too tight.

  5. #5
    Veteran Member
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    Olalla WA, Kitsap Peninsula, West of Seattle
    Kubota BX25

    Default Re: weld on 30mm collar to accept bucket pins etc

    I use a shaft coupling W/O groove and cut to the length I need. They are a lot heavier and the extra thickness and length helps eliminate any distortion. When welding I run shaft through and align the weldments with each other. I buy them at Amazon in any shaft/pin size I need at the time. Metric also.


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