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Old 06-06-2022, 08:14 AM
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My son-in-law has a 782. The previous owner of this tractor, had a steering wheel "spinner" on the wheel. My son-in-law removed the spinner, and now has found gouges in that wheel of where it was mounted. Is there a way, procedure, and/or product to use, that can be done to remove (or fill in) the gouges, and make it look like new again?


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My son-in-law has a 782. The previous owner of this tractor, had a steering wheel "spinner" on the wheel. My son-in-law removed the spinner, and now has found gouges in that wheel of where it was mounted. Is there a way, procedure, and/or product to use, that can be done to remove (or fill in) the gouges, and make it look like new again?


I guess you could try a black epoxy.

I think replacing it would be the only way to get a "like new" look.
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My son-in-law has a 782. The previous owner of this tractor, had a steering wheel "spinner" on the wheel. My son-in-law removed the spinner, and now has found gouges in that wheel of where it was mounted. Is there a way, procedure, and/or product to use, that can be done to remove (or fill in) the gouges, and make it look like new again?




I have seen people fill with jb weld sand and paint them and ya couldn't tell the difference...

Those peoples skill and patience levels were way higher than mine
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