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Posted 1/14/2022 09:34 (#9439310 - in reply to #9439218)
Subject: RE: Trading manure spreaders.... had a good plan, but....


NE Iowa
I have a 16 year old Slinger that I bought new. Probably hauled about a load every other day on average over those years. I have never lost a hammer but put new bushings and bolts in this summer. The bushings were thin but broke through on one side but 80-90% of the way around yet. The new bushings fit well and still needed to be tapped in with a hammer. Not the funnest job but also have done much worse. The day I did it was super hot and I was using a cutoff wheel in a grinder to cut the bolts to get them out. I had safety glasses on most of the time but they kept fogging up. I figured taking the safety glasses off was better then cutting a finger off. Well I ended up with a piece of metal in my eye. It was nothing a $125 visit to the eye doctor didn't fix. But that doubled the cost of that maintenance job.
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