Re: New Idea 12 A spreader in reply to Dean Olson, 04-11-2014 06:15:08
Can't post pictures. On what I have to do is replace the angle iron completely and that means taking out all the rotton wood and completely unbolting everything that is fastened to it and I also have to replace other cross irons. For yours how good of a welder are you? With what is left acording to the picture you might be able to use like a cutting disk on a 4 1/2" angle grinder to get a smooth straight edge and take a piece of angle and cut it to just fit the bad section and weld it in, have plenty of water hose avaible as the wood will want to catch fire. If you have a loader or something you could lift it so it is laying on its side it would be fairly easy to weld in that piece. That is if you are a good welder that I am not. Will try to post chain sizes tomorrow and will try to get out and look if any parts spreaders have that on but I don't think so as one has no widespread as that part of the angle was rusted away when I got it. Just needed that big sprocket I was telling you that could be broken to repair an older horse spreader.
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