OK that is the answer I was looking for is to weld opposite of the crack,not parallel,it is on the side of the header just mild steel that the wobble box bolts to,also found a housing that has a little slack at the bearing that I will fix for the vibration that caused the crack,Thanks for the help
Re: welding question in reply to NHBalerman, 09-24-2013 19:33:57
If this is just the mild steel frame of the machine, don't worry about it. Bevel it out and weld parallel to the crack with a 7018. No question about it. Run a couple more passes to add a good crown over it and leave it. I wouldn't plate it.
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