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Old 01-11-2022, 08:51 PM
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Glad you brought that up

In post #14 (this build) graduated to a 1864.
I was going to put the power steering and everything involved on the 1863,
That's where the 63 & 1/2 came in.
Now it will be a 1864 since I purchased that one.

I am making (Two) of all the smaller pieces of loader stuff
In plans to make the 1863 another light duty loader.
At-least that the plan for now.
That should keep you busy!
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Old 01-11-2022, 10:38 PM
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You are gett'en 'er done, nice work! Handy to have some commercial machinery at your disposal.

I'm curious about why your joystick control only has two work ports. The purpose of a joystick control is to have four work ports controlled by a single lever.
Yeah
It is a definite benefit to work at a Machine shop.

I will take another picture of the bottom of the joystick valve.
The work ports are on the bottom.
I got distracted
I was going to flip that valve over and snap a Picture

The wife and puppy interrupted

I will mock these up and see how the hose paths will look.

I may stack the valves as they are in the last picture,
With a spacer in between.
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Old 01-11-2022, 10:47 PM
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That should keep you busy!
For Sure.

I need to find a hobby so I can relax. JK

This is what I enjoy.
I just got the same issue most of us do.
Each project leads to another project
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Old 01-14-2022, 10:07 PM
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Got a little more progress made.

These pins is the first thing that has been Lost (For me anyway) by UPS.
They lost these 30 minutes from the house on Dec. 22nd
I reordered them and Here they are
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Ambush Here is a view of the ports on the joystick valve.

joystick.jpg

I am debating now how (In what configuration)
I will mount them.


stackupsidedown.jpg

Here is a side view of the valves.
One of the cap plugs is busted in the bottom valve

sideview.jpg

Here is a plate between the valves.
So I can picture some mounting Idea's

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Old 01-14-2022, 10:40 PM
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Mounted this way hoses go up.
That's no good
angleview.jpg

Side plate ?
Angle fittings?

sideplate.jpg

I will know more once I get
the main frame mounted.

sideplateside.jpg

Here I am drilling and boring the loader arms for 2 inch diameter slugs.
For the 1" top pins.
I will plasma cut the curve that is (paint ) marked in red ,
Then cap it off with a sheetmetal cap.
The Hammer and bend stuff.

toparm.jpg

Well to make it a Good day.
I was at Northern ( t oo l ) and picked up my lift cylinders.

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Old 01-14-2022, 11:43 PM
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Nice to have lots of circuits now rather than replumbing later! Once your masts are on you just have to sit in the seat and try different valve mounting positions for comfort and clearance. You're moving right along now!
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Old 01-17-2022, 08:31 PM
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One small step for Getter Done.

Thanks Ambush for the boost of confidence

This work is on my Mill/Drill at home.

I am boring out the Top arm to fit this slug for the top pin.

I forgot to take a Picture of my Lathe work
I got this slug (Cleaned Up) tonight in my lathe in the other shed

I will get the slug fitting snug

Then I will welder-up and bring it back

To the Mill/drill and drill and Ream it for the pin.

I got make a decision on the tolerance of the clearance of my pins.

Then I can ask the Toolmaker at work (nicely),
To grind me a reamer

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Old 01-20-2022, 09:37 PM
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Here are a few pictures of small progress.

I'm Still working on the top pin bosses for the arms.

Made the slug in the lathe.
lathe1.jpg

Then fit it to the bored hole.

toparm1.jpg

I Machined a taper for the welding.
So, the weld penetration will be Ok

toparm2.jpg

#1 side fitted

toparm3.jpg

Working on #2

toparm4.jpg
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