Look mom no more pulling pins on the 6410 blade.

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Look mom no more pulling pins on the 6410 blade.

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Post by kilohertz » Tue Dec 13, 2016 7:21 pm

WoW! Stefan, very impressive!

Very inspiring. I could probably do something like that with my 350. What did you use for hydraulic controls?

Good work!!
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Post by Jd450/6-way » Wed Dec 14, 2016 7:38 am

Thanks

I used a John Deere 3 spool/six way valve off a 450c that I bought as a basket case off of a wrecker 2 hours away.

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Post by stretch44875 » Mon Dec 19, 2016 8:38 am

Very nice work. Like your milling machine, lol. Looked at mine and thought about doing something like this a while back.
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Post by Tfrank » Wed Jan 11, 2017 5:52 am

This looks great and has inspired me to do this to my 2010 Do you find having the angle cylinders mounted at a steep angle inboard like you do gives you enough power to walk the dozer back with the blade if you were to get in some sticky stuff

I was thinking of using a longer cylinder mounted further out on the blade and back further on the lift frame but then worry about protection from trees and etc

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Post by Jd450/6-way » Wed Jan 11, 2017 6:54 pm

Thanks

The cylinders have a 4" bore so with how their set up I should have about 8-9 tons of strength at the ends of the blade.

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Post by CuttingEdge » Thu Jan 12, 2017 5:22 pm

That is sweet. I have an inside 6 way on my 350, but I am not sure that it is as robust as your set up. It is also worn out so I like your line boring methods. I might have to rig something similar up.

I might machine my own Expander style pins too though. I am not sure. That is the problem when you are a fabricator/welder, you can do about anything it is just "do I really have the time too?" That is the issue.
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Post by Jd450/6-way » Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:37 pm

Thanks. I think 3 1/2" bore would work good on a JD 350 or similar size machine.

My machine will lose traction or stall out before the relief valve opens while pushing from the ends of the blade.

The main pivot was all egg shaped so I up sized it to 2" and the pivot for the tilt is also 2" now with grease fittings. The pins for the cylinders are 1 1/4".
I had to cut the pin bushings off of the angle cylinders and clock them 90° so the fittings would be pointing up.

It took alot of coffee and time to figure it all out lol.

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Re: Look mom no more pulling pins on the 6410 blade.

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Re: Look mom no more pulling pins on the 6410 blade.

Post by Jd450/6-way » Tue May 01, 2018 3:02 pm

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Here's some videos of working with it around the house.

one way to meet your neighbors.


https://youtu.be/va8tBG2ZK9s,
https://youtu.be/Dt3awlsTYWY,
https://youtu.be/lwROwpj5Kr8,
https://youtu.be/A-lw2PjyVB4,
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Re: Look mom no more pulling pins on the 6410 blade.

Post by Jd450/6-way » Tue May 01, 2018 3:03 pm

Here's some videos of working with it around the house.

one way to meet your neighbors.


https://youtu.be/va8tBG2ZK9s,
https://youtu.be/Dt3awlsTYWY,
https://youtu.be/lwROwpj5Kr8,
https://youtu.be/A-lw2PjyVB4,
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