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    What make slit seeder do you have? Try R&R Products for pricing. Unfortunately you are looking for a turf vs. an ag replacement part which will have an artificially inflated price due to the golf course industry. Don't ask me how I know. Good luck

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    Default Re: Question regarding hardfacing the edge of a tillage tool

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Barn View Post
    What make slit seeder do you have? Try R&R Products for pricing. Unfortunately you are looking for a turf vs. an ag replacement part which will have an artificially inflated price due to the golf course industry. Don't ask me how I know. Good luck

    It's a Brillion slit seeder. I do not see Brillion listed in their menu but I'll guess something else is the same. I will call tomorrow. Thank you.
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