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idigbest Vbucket

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by steve waldner, Aug 19, 2021.

  1. steve waldner

    steve waldner Well-Known Member

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    I have never seen such a thing. What is the purpose?
     
  3. steve waldner

    steve waldner Well-Known Member

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    Phil at Idigbest gave me the idea , that’s how to lay pipe , the v is always on grade from vertical to horizontal . It’s works great with a dig system . This is a old bucket I had laying around 48” , the 2” cutting edge I had from older project , the v is 1/2 and the v tip is 1” . Bolted on so I can take off , this v is designed for 18” but will work for bigger and smaller .
     
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    I had a long paragraph to explain but apparently it didn’t upload.
     
  5. steve waldner

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    Works great!
     

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    I’ve been wanting a good dig system for years , but everything was to expensive , idigbest is is fast and easy , it’s really nice to have a dig sys , it’s exactly as nice as having lMI in your crane .
     
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    I patented in designed excavator plow attachments years ago. Used to manufacture a lot of them but anymore the simple bucket with a V plow is the simplest way to go. FA15D449-C82F-42A0-A1A2-5006C8F3684A.jpeg 544DBD8F-A75B-4459-B11B-E9C78F4907E9.jpeg
     
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    This is one of many plows I build

     
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    This is a mini plow for Surface tile work such as turf fields.

     
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