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My sister bought this rake. I told her not to!!!

She called and said they broke the tongue off it. I went and looked at it and the tongue was made out of 3-1/2"OD tubing about 3/32" thick. I keep some 3"X5/16" wall pipe around and that is what I replaced it with. Cut the hitch off the old tongue and put it on the replacement.

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You are a good man Finney!

 

 I am going to be using a “Finney” technique next week to repair a roller that might have had water in it over the winter.

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Nice work. Built better then from factory.

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Looks really nice. 

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Converted one with a tricycle front wheel to just a two-wheeler. Didn't get the angle of the jack quite right. Seems like the casters and wheels are prone to getting hard to get apart.

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