Did some discing in my garden. We had a cold wet March here, so after a brief false start early in March I put the garden on hold. Don't have time to plant today, probably not tomorrow either, but the weeds were coming up, so I got myself some seat time!
I also decided to do a bit of work to an old David Bradley disk I'd picked up some time ago. I used the "heat wrench" to loosen the totally rusted bolts and get them off. I've never used a "heat wrench" before, but I was astonished with the way the nuts came on off. Ordinarily I'd have fought to unthread the nuts all the way as the threads were full of rust and crud. But the nuts came off without too much trouble. Is that normally the case when you apply heat to a rusted bolt like that?
Anyway, I reversed the direction and the spacing on the disc so they through toward the center, then I hooked up to my other disc. Now I have a double disc!!
And look how it works!
Edited by HowardsMF155, April 13, 2013 - 08:10 PM.