I also added some gussets inside of the C channel frame to stop it from twerking side to side worked very well. And if you have any questions feel free to ask :trink40:
I know exactly what your talking about and since then I drilled new holes and am using a 7/16 pin might even go a bit larger. Thank you!Looks great, one question and please don't take this the wrong way, but will the small diameter bolt for angle hold up to the pressures that it will be subjected to? I would hate to see you pulling a nice pile, have the bolt fold up on you and lodge in between forcing you to remove it with power tools and possibly damage the angle components. Looks very very nice and useful, I just didn't want to see your hard work get damaged!
Well the 7/16 pin is working just fine Ive gotten caught up a couple of times on large rocks and there is no give or bending of any sort so its working out just fine,but I would agree the bolt in the picture was too small for what it is used for :thanku: I love the blade though it cuts really well and is extremely rigid :fing32:Nice looking and I agree with halouska1 ,I would hate to see your hard work go down the drain because of that small of bolt I was thinking at least 1/2" -5/8" there's going to be a lot of pressure on that bolt..