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Re: (ET) weeder

The tines are attached to the hubs with machine screws.  I have removed 
the tines, 
and am left with the hubs, each with the two machined holes in them, and 
else apparent as to how they are removed.


Date sent:              Sun, 10 Jun 2001 09:13:03 -0400
From:                   Neil Dennis <wombat RealNS com>
To:                     Elec-trak <elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu>
Subject:                (ET) weeder

> Morning, Daryl, nice to see you're still around (:-)
> Sorry on the weeder, never had to take mine apart.  Just wondering, on my
> Mantis, the blades are pinned on with a cross pin, may one be hiding ?
> Neil

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