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New Build, Thumb For A Kubota Mini X

Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by Danny Steel, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. AirBornOne

    AirBornOne Well-Known Member

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    I actually saw the same piece on a TB016 featured on Machinery Planet.
    Looking through the Takeuchi site,they don't show that view.I'll have to check some others.
    AB1 out.
    TY
     
  2. fozman69

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    best addition to any x
     
  3. joispoi

    joispoi Senior Member

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    Danny, did you make your thumb out of mild or hardened steel?
     
  4. Danny Steel

    Danny Steel Well-Known Member

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    The jaw itself I cut from 50W.....Its still considered a mild steel though:drinkup......and its still working great.......no problems
     
  5. joispoi

    joispoi Senior Member

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    Thanks!