Posted by Waterworth Farm on May 18, 2013 at 18:46:53 from (18.104.22.168):
I went to the auction today and I found a Deerborn E Lift Disc. Everything was there and all of the discs are in great condition. I won the bid at $150. When I got home and unloaded it I found out that there were 2 things wrong with it. Number 1. My wife said, "You"re going to have to sand blast that and repaint it. You can"t leave it looking all rusty like that." Number 2. When I got it unloaded and hooked up to my tractor I found that some of the discs are not turning very good and the rest are pretty stiff. When I tried to grease everything up, I found that it had probably not been greased in 25 years or so. The grease that is in there is caked up. So my questions are, Should I paint it or does it look better the way that it is? and how do I clean out the channels of dried up-caked up grease to get everything moving freely?
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