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started building a leaf plow

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by JLSLLC, Sep 30, 2012.

  1. gcbailey

    gcbailey LawnSite Silver Member
    from WV
    Posts: 2,574

    looks like the frame from a baby crib...
  2. Mikegyver

    Mikegyver LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,810

    Nothing wrong with bed rail. My first welding project (4H) was a large work bench made of bed rail, inexpensive and strong.
  3. mlavin73

    mlavin73 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 184

    How ticked off is your wife going to be when she comes home from work and sees her mattress is now on the floor?

    JLSLLC LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,368

    HAHAHA im single :laugh: and only 24 so not married yet:drinkup::waving:

    JLSLLC LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,368

    Got to use a welder today, for the 2nd time, It turned out well and i taught myself something:weightlifter: I wish everyone could see how strong this frame is! eats drill bits like nothing

  6. Pro-Lawn&Grounds

    Pro-Lawn&Grounds LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 288

    If that walk behind is a belt drive you're wasting your time. The belts will start to slip when you start pushing a good deal of leaves. I've seen the JRCO units on a belt drive Metro, once you get to like half capacity you're pretty much just digging ruts
  7. Lawn Pawn

    Lawn Pawn LawnSite Senior Member
    from zone 3
    Posts: 568

    Have used bed frame angle many times years ago. It is a bit more subject to cracking at the welds because it is such hard metal.

    Just saying keep that in mind and design for it.
  8. Glenn Lawn Care

    Glenn Lawn Care LawnSite Silver Member
    Posts: 2,647

    Looks like a bed frame.
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