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Re: Help with plowing

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10-15-2012 05:55:06

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I am talking about after you unbolt them that you can take them in to your welding table or to the local welding shop. Nothing about them being welded to the plow. And I have rebuilt and also hammered out to sharpen them in a forge and anvile that I still have but health will not allow me to do it any more. You must be unfamiluar with any plow shares to even think about an answer like that.

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10-15-2012 08:16:06

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 Re: Help with plowing in reply to Leroy, 10-15-2012 05:55:06  
This is what you said, "... but the best way is to get those replacement points and have them welded on." If that's not what you meant, fine, but there's no need to get pissy about it.

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10-16-2012 05:10:54

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 Re: Help with plowing in reply to Bret4207, 10-15-2012 08:16:06  
You were saying the shares are welded to the plow, not bolted, not points to share.

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10-16-2012 08:54:35

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 Re: Help with plowing in reply to Leroy, 10-16-2012 05:10:54  

Leroy said: (quoted from post at 05:10:54 10/16/12) You were saying the shares are welded to the plow, not bolted, not points to share.

No, I didn't. What I said exactly was "Those points bolt on, not weld on." in response to your confusing post. I didn't want this guy thinking the points needed to be welded on. Rebuilding the points by welding is another matter entirely. However your post may have lead a noobie to think the point should be welded on- "A good welder could repair the broken of part on the top share and build up the worn away part on the bottom one but the best way is to get those replacement points and have them welded on. Then you went on to take insult from my post and make childish remarks. You wrote what you wrote, it was confusing, I straightened it out, I meant no insult to you and my post was directed to anyone unfamiliar with the way these plows are put together which I think the OP qualifies as. End of story.
This post was edited by Bret4207 at 08:55:18 10/16/12.

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