Re: Blades for my Bush/Brush Hog/Rotary Cutter for my Ford 8N

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Posted by JMOR on November 15, 2021 at 17:52:14 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Blades for my Bush/Brush Hog/Rotary Cutter for my Ford 8N posted by Keith on November 14, 2021 at 18:56:44:

Look to have enough width remaining that I would sharpen and march onward, myself. Given rocky ground, I would not grind a thin, long slope, knife sharp edge, but a short slope from full thickness to edge and even that edge would be 1/16th inch or thicker. Further I would leave it undulating, as it is worn, instead of trying to grind it straight. My old blacksmith lost very little metal as he heated and pounded an edge with an electric drop-hammer, instead of turning it into powder on the floor.


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