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Re: Offset disc question

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R Wyler

10-26-2012 09:01:05

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The back of the frame by the rear gang was nearl full of dirt and I could see water in the front part with no way out. The first thing I did was drill a hole in the back and washed it all out then run a hose through it with water then a drain cleaning cable. If I do put covers on it they will be held on with clamps nothing welded so they can be removed. And I will leave the pins my better judgment tells me to use them. This Might have been a stupid question but I am a poor man and am proud of what little I have and want to take care of it. Equipment is big $$$ to a poor man.

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10-26-2012 12:00:36

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 Re: Offset disc question in reply to R Wyler, 10-26-2012 09:01:05  
Wyler,I too am a 'poorman'.Most if not all of my equipment is somebody else's discards.I learned to weld,etc so I could have something to farm with.Most of my neighbors lock up their bonepiles when they se me comming,LOL!Only in the last 5 years or so have I bougfht some newer equipment(its still old).All my equipment sits out,I dont have a shed.all my disks,cultivators ,etc.that have hollow bars have never 'rusted out'.

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