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Just tapered thread. Make sure everything lines up properly before you weld them up and jobs a good en. A few lads on here been digging with them for a year or 2 now. My old 1 I made before them we used until the head was just worn out and the coupling never missed at all. Only problem lads have had is putting them away wet and letting the threads get rusty and they don’t lock out in line but they clean up and be good again 

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1 minute ago, fireman said:

A dedicated man there,  as a £90 inc p&p :rolleyes: fork ain't a easy thing to cut in half like that :laugh:..

😂😂💯 fireman i was thinking the same before i got it cut down it payed off tho and is working out a treat 👍

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