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    Ripper build

    I've been using my box blade of food plots and my little 4010 gets bogged down too easy when it fills with dirt so I've been wanting a ripper. I had some heavy angle iron laying around so I figured I'd make one. Seems to work pretty well. Wish I had turned it the other direction so it could go deeper. Need to grind off the sharp edges and paint it.

    I am a high school band director, not a welder btw.

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    Not a clue what I'm doing, but it's always lots of fun.

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    Very impressive, so that is set for a total of five shanks ? that should work well.
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    Awesome man! It doesn't have to be pretty, just rip! It looks like it will do that well, very cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ky_shawn View Post
    Awesome man! It doesn't have to be pretty, just rip! It looks like it will do that well, very cool.
    That's true, and I'm definitely a function over appearance kind of guy. But that would look pretty nice with a green coat of paint.
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    What key did you weld in?


    Looks pretty darn good to me, nice design
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    What key did you weld in?


    Cleaver! A touch of a smart a$$ but dang cleaver
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    Nice. Welds look better than my instrument playing would sound by far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    What key did you weld in? ol:


    Looks pretty darn good to me, nice design
    B# apparently. Going to need to grind the edges off. Already have some nice cuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Very impressive, so that is set for a total of five shanks ? that should work well.
    Yep, 5. My box only had 3. Doesn't bog at all unless I get into roots or big rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herminator View Post
    Nice. Welds look better than my instrument playing would sound by far.
    My dad taught me to weld when I was about 10. Don't get to practice much anymore.

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    Not a clue what I'm doing, but it's always lots of fun.

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