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timflury

I Got me a Brinly Plow!!! And I'm restoring it!

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So I decided to tear it down, strip everything down to bare metal and paint. I'm almost done soaking the parts and derusting them. I pick up all the fasteners on Monday at my local Fastenal branch. I also ordered new decals from clickitandstickit.com.


I set up an electrolytic rust removal tub per the videos on YouTube.


I'm almost done soaking parts, I just have the molboard and plow frame to soak. I'm also surprised how well the paint gets stripped off of the parts after soaking for a day.




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