Re-skinning a Meyer C-8
At Smith Brothers Services, LLC Franklin, NJ
Ready to remove the Moldboard.
View of the back of this Meyer C-8 Moldboard we did in June 2014.
Rotted across the center at the bottom you can see daylight.
Front side. You can see the holes.
Another view of one of the holes.
Old skin cut off. Ready to prep.
Marking cut line where new skin will meet old at top of Moldboard. Unlike the Meyer ST Series, the Meyer C Series does not have a piece of angle iron across the top, it is formed as part of the skin. It is easier to splice the new skin in rather than remove this portion. Most of the time the top 3" or so of the old skin is fine (solid), so this is not a problem.
New skin welded on.
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Another C-8 re-skin from 2009
Two Meyer ST-7.5 Plows + a TM-6.5 Plow re-skinned Here
You can see a Meyer ST-7.5 (aka Meyer ST-90) getting a new skin Here
You can see us building a Meyer ST-78 Here
Building an ST-7.5 Moldboard (2016)
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