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 04-25-2004, 07:27 Post: 84200
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I lost the cover on the tooth on my backhoe bucket. I need to "peen" the cover back on but the one side is too close to the other tooth to get a good swing and I can't seem to get enough force on the other to get the small flange to indent enough to keep the cover in place. Any suggestions?






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 04-25-2004, 13:26 Post: 84216
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I don't know about the spacing between the teeth on your bucket but, I just looked at mine and they are about 3-1/2" centerline to centerline. It looks like I could use a good drift punch and peen over as nessecary. You might look at trying that. Hope it helps.






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 04-25-2004, 16:28 Post: 84228
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Thanks! Tried that but can't get the right angle to get a good punch. Thought there might be some special tool or something. Not sure but thanks for the tip.






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 04-25-2004, 17:05 Post: 84233
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try heating it slightly but do not get it red hot. A regular propane torch would more than like like get it hot enough. If that dose not work dose your bucket have to option of pinning on new teeth? It would have a hole in the middle of the tooth. If it dose than you could get a new tooth and pin which in turn will make it allot easier to replace.






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 04-25-2004, 17:58 Post: 84246
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Can you get a small vice or a screw clamp on it?






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 04-25-2004, 18:51 Post: 84256
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Thanks, I think you are on the right track. I'll try it and let you know.






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 04-25-2004, 18:52 Post: 84257
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That might do the trick. I will try it and let you know how the heating goes. Thanks!






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 04-26-2004, 17:05 Post: 84386
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JoeBuck, Have them welded on and as they ware off, replace.

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I would not recommend welding on the teeth. That would create allot of extra work and expense to cut the welds off.






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JoeBuck, just wondering how you made out with the peening problem. I looked in both my backhoe owner's manual and technical manual and neither listed any special tools for the task. Hope you got it done. Be interested to know what solution worked for you.






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