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  • JonnyTIG
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    No problem.

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  • terry welds
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    jonny and dave

    thanks for replying to my thread on welding on that dozer.i well take it in consideration. the guy has not call me back yet to let me know when he wants to do the job. thank you

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    Most aren't T1. I do one at a time. Just wash the old ones off with a gouging tip , clean it up quick and throw the new ones in and start welding. The piece should be preheated from you washing the old one off. I use E71 M dual shield when I do em or stick if done in the field. Never had one break and they have some play in them so don't worry if they aren't 100% perfect. Sometimes the new ones have extra material which compensate if you just cut the tubing off instead of washing the old end out. Dave

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  • JonnyTIG
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    Both will work, however don't use hard wire. The welds won't stand up as well as stick or flux core. The knuckles are uaually cast steel of a good grade, preheat the T-1 to around 300F and allow to cool slowly. Most of the dozer blades I work on aren't T-1, so we normally just use a good quallity filler, 70,000 psi rod or flux core without preheating. .

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  • terry welds
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    question on welding on a doeser

    i got a custmer that has a doeser that has the two arms that come back from each side of the blade. and mounts to the center of the cat. on weld on nuckles he is going to replace the nuckles. i have been told two ways. what should i use rod or wire. this is T1- steel
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