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Mmmm, a 69 and a 71
Lucky guy you
And you have come to the right place. The guys here are awesome and have so much knowledge and experience and are very willing to share. I know they have helped me immensely and this is the reason I actually know how to use my Cubs
Frozen parts are not a problem, especially if you have access to some water, some re-bar or other expendable steel, a 45 gallon plastic barrel and some TSP
If you visit this link: Rudi's Electrolysis Tank
, you will find instructions for making one.
I have an original McCormick Deering Leveling and Grader Blade - 47 model, which sat outside on a series of pallets for over 40 years. I have taken most of it apart, and what I cannot take apart has been sitting in my tank over the last couple of weeks, one piece at a time.
Almost ready for primer! The parts I do not have, are currently being made, so I should have my blade up and ready for the winter plowing season!
Enjoy playing with your toys, and the guys will probably be able to answer any of your questions.
Oh, might I suggest that you have a read on this: New Members and Visitors, Please READ
. Lots of info plus links to really good stuff.