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Old 16-12-2018, 07:43 AM
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Question help advice construction rake ripper from excavation

if possible we would like some practical advice to build a digger rake ripper for excavator to clean the ground from roots pebbles bushes to be used as a tool instead of the classic excavator bucket, some user friend has made one using recycled recovery materials from the junkyard or modifying some old classic bucket welding steel teeth? we would need pictures with measurements and materials needed thanks


estimated dimensions to revise: 1 meter wide, 8 teeth of 45 cm long, 15 cm distance between one tooth and the other,, what do you recommend that size material used to build it homemade in economy?
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The second and third pics are a rake I made and my old volvo digger.made rake from amazone power Harrow tines at 100mm spacing and I bit of 4x2box
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Question Re: help advice construction rake ripper from excavation

we need a similar tool to clean up a farm abandoned for some time, buy it new or used costs an impossible figure for us with the bucket work proceeds slowly, so we would like to build one of them by hand recycling pieces of metal that we can recover with mechanical scrap or workshop , perhaps by modifying an old bucket, or by building a rake to be bolted to the bucket instead of the teeth, what advice should you use? thanks for collaboration
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The second and third pics are a rake I made and my old volvo digger.made rake from amazone power Harrow tines at 100mm spacing and I bit of 4x2box
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fifth pic is shovelhands IIRC
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which one you're referring to, excuse me, VDruid, you're a user of other excavator forums,? if so, I think I have seen your discussions in other forums, am I wrong?
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