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Homemade Johnny Buckets??????

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Bunky
I was wondering if any of you have made your own Buckets for your Simplcity or Allis Tractors????? I'm kind of a Tight on the money and I'm not sure How much I wouls use one and have acess to all the saws and welders etc. So I'm gonna make my own, to switch Back and forth between my 3410 and B112, I've got the bucket made just having a little problem on the Hitch, Has anyone else made there own bucket???? I would like some input on the Hitch...

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rickf
no, haven't got that far yet, but I'll go along the same lines when I get the time. I'd love to hear how it goes. Post a note with a finished picture/story when you get it all together. -R

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