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I am surprised it hasn't blown itself to shreds yet!
It was the middle of July, at least it was hot enough for it. I was tasked with helping my neighbor work on his combine... BIG mistake.
As we began working on the combine where I was going to have to do some welding on a piece that had broken out in the back end of the combine, we found plenty more wrong with the machine.
We found the straw walker crankshaft was wore and almost all of the bearings for the conveyor augers were wore. So the work began. My uncle and I would have to move the parts combine up to the shop.
I crawled into the back end of the machine and began taking the blocks of the walkers. My neighbor began taking the parts off of the side while my uncle began working on the front bearings.
We got the parts we needed and moved the neighbors machine into the shop. It then became hot. About 95 degrees and humid. On top of that, the area I was working in had about 18 inches of clearance and had to lie on plywood.
While we had the shaft out, which provided more room, I figured it would be the ideal time to begin the welding that needed to be done. Due to limited room, there was no room for my welding helmet. I also learned a valuable lesson: wear earplugs because hot sparks in your ear hurt and can cause hearing loss...
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