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    Millcreek Aerator

    I picked up a used 63" Millcreek Aerator this Fall at an auction. Used it this Fall to aerate the yard and set it aside until now. I wanted to remove all of the individual discs to inspect then and then reinstall with anti seize grease. There are three individual axles which hold a set of discs. The axles were seized into the holders which were bolted to the frames. I removed the three wheel sets and used heat, PB Plaster and a hammer to loosen the axles from the holders. They are came apart. Tines are all in good shape. The big decision now is if i give the unit a coat of paint. Great project for this weather.

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    John Deere 2011 2320, 200CX FEL, JD 46 BH, IMatch, RC1048, Countryline 6' Back Blade, Countryline 5' Rototiller, Ken's Bolt on Hooks, JD Ballast Box, Artillian Pallet forks, Grapple and Diverter, Bro-Tek Wheel Spacers, ROPS Warning Flag, Millcreek 63" Aerator, JD 21 Utility Trailer, 6ft Brillion Cultipacker.
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    Worst of the work is done, time to paint it nice and purdy for sure!

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