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  1. Bolens Tractor Forum
    So, I finally finished my Bolens snow plow rebuild. Using a phrase that my wife says is my unofficial motto, it took longer than I thought it would. This rebuild was necessary because I broke (tore) the mounting brackets when I hit a piece of sidewalk concrete that had been heaved up by a...
  2. Mechanical & Hydraulics Forum
    I've got the shaft made for the mule drive on my Speedex with a Deere deck project. I clamped the shaft onto the sub frame and measured for a belt - which I will get today. Assuming everything looks good with the belt in place I'll be ready to weld the shaft to the sub frame. The shaft needs...
  3. Bolens Tractor Forum
    hello I have recently tore down my GK snowthrower for restoration and it is a disaster, it looks as if some major structural repairs are in order! There are also holes behind the auger and someone has done some shade tree modifications. My question is what do you think it would cost to have a...
  4. Mechanical & Hydraulics Forum
    I tried searching the forums for the last hour for an answer to this question, but came up blank. I need to repair cracks in the sheet metal on several tractors. I have a Lincoln flux core wire feed, with infinite adjustment on both amps and wire speed, so I can fine tune the weld I get. I...
  5. Mechanical & Hydraulics Forum
    I was attempting to fix the exhaust on my truck today since it was leaking and making a racket. I originally thought I just needed a new piece of pipe to bolt onto the end of a 90 degree elbow I got coming out of my muffler that I put there a few years ago after the tailpipe rotted off of my...
  6. Mechanical & Hydraulics Forum
    I built a bracket and bar for plate style weights for my CC 129. My welding setup is lacking so the welds look really sloppy. I think this should help a bunch if we get any snow. I am looking for comments and suggestions other than a better welding setup :wallbanging: .
  7. Mechanical & Hydraulics Forum
    I have flux cored wire in my mig for grab and go conveniance but i picked up the non cored standard mild steel wire by mistake and all i had was argon for doing aluminum, being the non proffesional backyarder i am i gave it a shot with what i had on hand. after backing the wire speed off twice...
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