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Old 01-16-2017, 06:15 PM
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Around here we rock.May hit shelf rock at two feet ,may find basket ball size mixed in.I am probably sixty miles from Neal and not much topo difference.
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I have the sa 200 sitting two feet outside the back door and there's just something therapeutic about welding with it.
My friend bought a sa-400 with a 2-71 engine...trying to paste on a couple of
chain hooks on the back of his loader bucket with that thing 10' away was
not "therapeutic" in my book....I kept thinking I was soon going to be run
over by a city bus.....
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Old 01-16-2017, 11:46 PM
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My friend bought a sa-400 with a 2-71 engine...trying to paste on a couple of
chain hooks on the back of his loader bucket with that thing 10' away was
not "therapeutic" in my book....I kept thinking I was soon going to be run
over by a city bus.....
For some godforsaken reason the first thing people do to a Detroit is pull the muffler.

Mines got the flat head continental 162 and it just kind of purrrrrs along. It's actually soothing to me.

I would love to have one with a 2-71 but I'm sure as hell not gonna hand crank it!

A 400 would be an arc gouging mother......
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Old 01-16-2017, 11:50 PM
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Holy heifernuts! What kinda ground are you cutting through? We don't have teeth on the augers up here, but we're not cutting rock either.

Cam's advice is pretty solid.
I have an abundance of ozark diamonds on my property.

This auger came from a construction company so all bets are off as to what kind of abuse it's seen.
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Old 01-16-2017, 11:55 PM
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I really just want to weld the teeth in and go but something won't let me.

So I dug around and found some buss bar material and whipped out a backer bar tonight. Hafta see what kind of time I get in the next few days. I'm doing an engine replacement on an international and an overhaul on a KW so it's kinda crunch time.......

Thanks for advice guys.
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For some godforsaken reason the first thing people do to a Detroit is pull the muffler.

Mines got the flat head continental 162 and it just kind of purrrrrs along. It's actually soothing to me.

I would love to have one with a 2-71 but I'm sure as hell not gonna hand crank it!

A 400 would be an arc gouging mother......
Yes, yes, and yes.

My neighbor has the 200 with the flat head 4 cylinder continental, and the idler
circuit was broken. I came by one day, and it's purring along (he stopped to talk
with me) and when he started up again, I asked when it was going to
"throttle up" he explained that it was broken, and the whole time it was
running at the weld setting.
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Old 01-17-2017, 06:30 AM
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I have welded many half spear cutting edges onto buckets in the past with 1/4" 7018. And spent too much time hardfacing crusher rolls. Welding specs were tp preheat and use common 7018. And hardfacing recommended a pad of 5051 underlay.
That 5051 looked like stainless rod, and I have used stainless to join dissimilar metals before.
In your case the tooth and pocket are made of the same wear material and I would weld with 7018.
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I have an abundance of ozark diamonds on my property.

This auger came from a construction company so all bets are off as to what kind of abuse it's seen.
I think a good portion of the abuse has been running it with teeth that were well beyond the worn out stage. Owners probably thought they were saving money by not changing the teeth in a timely manner .
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Here in sw Kansas, we'll cut teeth out of sweep plow blades . (5' vees) Most have some hard surfacing left on them. If they wear out, the used blades are cheap.

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Holy heifernuts! What kinda ground are you cutting through? We don't have teeth on the augers up here, but we're not cutting rock either.

Cam's advice is pretty solid.
I got a lot of those gems in my ground.
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