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There's a lot more right with repairing stuff than our present culture gives credit. There's also a lot to be said about building things so they CAN be repaired.

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Gotta respect the recyclin'/ repairing, Lee, looks like good job. Our supply is daily dwindlin'!!!

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I have a "D" series hub that I broke removing it from the axle and upon examination saw witness that someone had hit it with a hammer (don't know whether this had contributed to the problem or not). I will try to sell the one hub & both axles (with keys) for about $50 I think and throw  the broken hub in extra. I see no reason it can not be repaired and used, I just do not have equipment to do it.

 

That and the rear PTO pulley & one weld bolt are the only things broken on a tractor that had sat in the weather for about ten years the way I understand it. The GIBBS penetrant my brother gave me did an excellent job on the rusty bolts & hubs, etc.

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