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First I got the deck wire brushed clean enough for a shot of rust treatment. As that stuff smell nasty I wanted to do it outside so I got out my Alaskan all purpose heater and warmed it to touch.

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About 6 hours later

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Put the rollers back on but decided to wait til morning for the blades and give it shot of BBQ grill paint first. Then worked in getting the Landlord ready for snow duty. Guess plowing snow is really hard on my lift rod and arm.

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Must have been to soft of iron I made the rod out of. Don't think it's been more then 6-7 years.The lift arm I'm gonna see what I have on my non-runners in daylight.Took the ball hitch I made for 3314 to pull the log spliter off to put on a tractor that will be inside all winter only to find after removing the rear lift that the space between the lower hitch holes and the rear lift ears is greater on the LL then on the 3314. Had to cut off the iron I had across the top.

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If it stays this nice much longer I'll be ready for winter before it come.:o

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