The hose protection is enroute.
You think the pins might fall out? I hadn't really considered bolts there. 1" grade 8?
I'm trying to find some 1" bolts with grease fittings on the ends for the hinge points but I have had no luck finding them. I must be using the wrong search name.
Not sure what you mean by back frame? I like having it open to be able to see through it.
GotchyaJust putting little bolts through the pins in place of the cotter and linch pins would probably work. I meant putting a guard over the hydraulic hose were it sticks about the back frame.
Thank youAmazing work - I love it, and I'm even partial to that colour. Great job
I think about $200 in material including cylinder and hoses , labor wasn't too bad but way more grinding than really needed as I traced a wooden template with the plasma cutter. Of course the material is up now. I now have some CAD drawings so I can have the parts cut on a cnc plasma table which will eliminate a lot of hand work and make it go together much faster. I plan on building them and selling them for sub 35hp tractors. I'll get enough parts cut to build two at a time. Thank youWhat do you have in materials. How many hours labor Looks great