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Few small projects from the last couple of weeks.

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First 2 is of a box scrapper on wheels that a company from Ala. is using to finish grade a new golf course. They had broke the the piece on the rear and put a new cutting edge on.

No. 3 is a new jack on a 24ft. shutz batwing. Jack is rated for 7,000lbs and is still hard to crank.

No 4 shows some of the modifications to pieces of ford truck frames.

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2 hours ago, Finney said:

First 2 is of a box scrapper on wheels that a company from Ala. is using to finish grade a new golf course. They had broke the the piece on the rear and put a new cutting edge on.

No. 3 is a new jack on a 24ft. shutz batwing. Jack is rated for 7,000lbs and is still hard to crank.

No 4 shows some of the modifications to pieces of ford truck frames.

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I ended up just putting a 2nd jack on my 2620 bush hog, wind one a few turns then the other. took a little longer but much easier. 1 just would wear you out.

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11 minutes ago, 1586 Jeff said:

Finney,

What size Ford truck are the frame plates for?

Jeff, they were not marked. The ones we are cutting now are 350/450. I was told they are changing the frames in August could be a part for the new ones. 

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Looks nice as always!

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4 minutes ago, Sledgehammer said:

Looks nice as always!

 

Todd

      He does as good a job at craftsmanship as you do!

Fred

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Just now, GT&T said:

 

Todd

      He does as good a job at craftsmanship as you do!

Fred

Thank you Fred. Finney is a pro. I’m just an at home welder scabbing things together. 

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