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    Milling first part

    So I figured I would try my first attempt at making something. Far from perfect but Iím learning. This is a differential lock peddle for my 1025
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    Wow very nice
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    Great job! I would never have guessed that was your first part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Termite View Post
    So I figured I would try my first attempt at making something. Far from perfect but Iím learning. This is a differential lock peddle for my 1025
    Ok, ok... how much?

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    You donít want to know how much. Iím sure if I had more experience it would have went quicker and if I started with a smaller block of aluminum.
    Much easier to buy one from Kenny but I had nothing to do for a day so what the hell
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    Termite,
    Let me give you just one concern I have with your design and others similar-I've mentioned this before in some of the other homemade pedal threads so I'll do the same here. In all the tractors I looked at when designing this piece, I noted that the pedal went all the way to the floor, so I wanted my design to allow for that just in case that was needed for full engagement of the diff lock mechanism. So, just be sure there is a minimum amount of materiel on the bottom side so the pedal can go all the way (or almost all the way) down to the floorboard.
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    That was the first thing I checked and understand why you made yours that was. I have 1/8Ē at the bottom on mine and didnít think it would be a problem. I will double check the linkage when I put it back on tomorrow. Waiting for the paint to dry
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    Looks great. Even though it seems like aluminum would be easier to cut than steel once you start milling steel you will hope to never see aluminum again. It likes to melt and is gummy and takes a lot sharper or high helix tools than steel. Plus with steel you can weld in any mistake and recut.

    Seriously it looks very nice, just trying to be helpful.

    No kidding on the how much if you count time. I make a lot of parts at home that take an hour where a modern machine would do in under 5 minutes.
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    what milling machine you use?
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    I like it!
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    I have more ideas than ambition.


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