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I had this front bucket for a couple of years (made from an old metal desk) but it was manual trip. I recently added a cylinder, rock shaft and linkages to use the 1886 aux hydraulics-so much more fun. Because of the wet clay I have around here I wanted it to dump fast and bottom out quick so the mud dossen't stick to the bucket. I also want it to act as a box blade for grading.

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:fing32: Nice looking, functional set up .. Homemade Johnny bucket :trink40:

I noticed your seat .. is lacking padding and a cover .. FYI if you did not know .. someone on e-bay sells a red cover for that seat pan .. all you need to add is some foam

I bought two of them and they are WELL made and fit well also .. If your interested .. I can find them for you :fing32:
 

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Very nice and very functional
 

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Very nice job.
 

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That is a great job. I really like it.
 

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Interesting how the exhaust comes out on the opposite side. What do you have for an engine in there?
 

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The Onan engine came out of a Craftsman GT20. I bought the muffler from Tractor Supply Co. The front PTO pulley is only one grove so I'm a bit limited what I can run for PTO attatchments.
 

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Heck most of the electric clutch PTO's only run one belt
 
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