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Repairing a Cracked Pulley

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Repairing a Cracked Pulley

Post by Hughesy on Wed May 16 2012, 09:21

Hello All

I was wondering if any has ever repaired a crack in a pulley. as i have just found a crack in my bamford tulip top and ruston bpr pulley.


Any one Ever had succesfull results with repairing.


Lewis

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Re: Repairing a Cracked Pulley

Post by stationary stu on Wed May 16 2012, 09:27

Lewis I've just had one repaired at a local blacksmiths, not the best of welding but it looks as if it's done the job and it only cost a tenner. I think the secret is getting the pulley hot before welding and using the correct rods.

Stu.

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