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Dale Finch wrote:WOW! Great job. Considering the cost of those guys, was it financially advantageous to do this? I know there is always the "satisfaction" factor, but maybe you have found a new side job!?
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Billy Fussell wrote:Looks good. This one needs to be put in the "How To" section.
Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:34 am
John *.?-!.* cub owner wrote:Since you do not have it installed yet, the same modification thye made on the new ones could be considered. They have some reinforcement on the inside to prevent collapsing as they get older. Just a series of rods or a coil inside as I remember, it has been a while since I changed one.
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ToddW wrote:my original screen just had a couple small holes in it.
I cleaned it up, and did a solder repair to the small holes, much like you did to the seam joining on your new screen. posted pics
I was grilled on this forum about the fact the solder wouldweaken the screen and bits would break off
maybe time changes minds.....
AL Farmall Boy wrote:very nice repair. I'm sure it will work great, and the reinforcement idea might be a good thing to add. Where do you find the wire mesh you used. I'd like to have a roll of it for the sediment bowl filters.....and possibly to make one of these!
AL Farmall Boy wrote:Would this be the material you're using? Boy......it's not necessarily cheap is it? Is Bronze mandatory or would another material be ok? Of course we wouldn't want anything that would rust.