Bee Hive fork

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  1. Cliffy541

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    I don't know if others have had this problem but when removing old rusty parts things tend to break if your not careful. I was removing a bee hive fork off a old JC Higgins and managed to bust off the threaded ends of the top strut piece. I found that drilling out a 8mm socket head screw and welding it on is a great fix for such problems... Just wanted to share.

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    Nice repair job! Probably stronger than the original. Gary
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    Thanks. :D

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