I recently picked up a wood chipper/ shredder from a friend of mine. Actually he gave it to me. If I could get it running we'd share it! Well it was nothing that a carburetor kit couldn't fix.
Looking at the shredder tines I found that the leading edges are rounded off and two of the tines are broken off. Luckily they are apposing each other and it is still in balance well enough.
I searched for the manufacture to no avail. It was made by W.W.Grinder Inc. out of Wichita Kansas. What numbers I did find were disconnected.
I have a Lincoln wire feed welder. I'm wondering if I can weld on some bar stock to replace the missing tines? I 'm also thinking of welding the rounded ends and re sharpening them.
Do you think that will hold up? Should they be hardend?
Any help is greatly appreciated, Thanks,
Randy H SC Glass Tech Scam Diego, Comi-fornia