Farmall Super A, AV, 1939 - 1954
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Teflon! Also you could weld a strip with mounting holes on the back so that the curved extension would fit flush. Last aerosol can of Teflon ( DuPont ) I got came from Northern Hydralics. Be sure to get the dry type.
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Ahh thank you.
Also the welding, although good idea, isn't worth it for me, it gets the job done and I'm happy
If it ain't red, it stays in the shed!.... unless of course you actually need it. In that case, I'll let it slide.
Thanks very much Mike.
Worksmart not hard!!
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