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Re: Getting my plow going part 2

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01-16-2013 17:09:47

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The tire is the same as a small trailer tire, it will work for what you want to do. Do you have a 4" hand grinder? I use a flap disc wheel on mine to clean the rust off,(wear a dust mask!!!) get it as shiny as you can, and then grease or paint the shares and bottoms to keep them from rusting. Soak all moving parts excessively until they free up. Chris

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01-16-2013 18:33:42

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 Re: Getting my plow going part 2 in reply to super99, 01-16-2013 17:09:47  
Thats what appears to be on it right now is a "trailer tire" 4.80 - 12 an Armstrong? Is that tubeless? Does those four bolts just come out and to get off the hub?

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01-16-2013 17:44:04

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 Re: Getting my plow going part 2 in reply to super99, 01-16-2013 17:09:47  
I have some PB blaster I really like I am going to take after all the fastners once I get it in the shop in case I need to take something apart. planning on "pre scouring" the moldboards too before I try it this spring. trying to prevent a repeat of the dismal try from 3 years ago, hitch miss adjusted, didnt scour, tailwheel trying to jump out of the furrow to the unplowed side.....

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