Topic: Re: Cleaning up plow bottoms
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I have GIVEN these Instructions several times and NOT ONE of you have paid any attention....
Get that 4" (or 4 1/2") Angle Grinder out (AND a good dust Mask)...
Get some of the Thin "Cut-Off wheels"..you will need about 2 for each plow bottom...
HOLD the Cut-off wheel at a low angle..about 30 degrees to the steel surface..
It WILL NOT gouge or even Scratch the steel surface, but will remove the Rust right down to the Black Oxide Under the Rust (and THAT WILL scour nicely)...
NOW, you could go back over with a "Flapper Wheel, but you really will NOT need to..
NOW..IF you Listened, you will save many hours of Work and BE Ready to Plow...
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