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31 minutes ago, spudulike said:

2004 and 2150 look pretty similar to me with my colour matching printers eye!

I have a RAL colour book and held 2004 to a saw and it looked a little different. Well, as far as i could tel, i'm colourblind.

 

Doesn't have 2150 in the book, but online it apparently cross references.

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2 hours ago, Khriss said:

It is on ebay, abt 10 squid a can, husqvarna orange very close to kubota orange fr my 266.  K

Thanks I’ll have a look all the ones I could find were near double that 

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Yes.
Triangular gussets to support the rear pin carrier to the bed.

Aarrrgggh...... i wanted to see a picture of it broken!
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My splitter has a removable cross knife and it gets removed a lot. That does look high for the pusher plate to be effective. The cross knife blades don't need to be as long either. I'm modifying mine when I get my angle grinder back.

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