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rusted pully from Simple roto tiller

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First pic damaged pulley

second view of damage

third view shows a aluminum back up, aiding welding

Forth piece is finished product with tools used for repair. Don't be fooled by the sanding disc (right of pulley) they cut very fast.

This was a great project, many things can be learned using your welder. Don't worry about the new alloy made by the aluminum back up plate it all smooths out in the finished job. Back-up plate saves lots of time from the weld falling through. My motto is if it is broke fix it, you can't make it any worse.

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