Bad inside work is just as bad, if not worse, than no inside work. Glen received these from a sharpener that picked them up from a new customer. He sent them in for two reasons:
1. To show us.
2. To see if ANTHING could be done to at least make them workable.
In this case, we had to tell this sharpener these shears were dead in the water.
Not Sure What's Wrong Here? Let Me Point Out a Few Issues:
1. Way overworked in the ride area behind the screw.
2. Way too much pressure at the tip. This and set mostly caused the wipe out at the tip.
3. Not sure what happened to the set, but bad set is PART of the reason for the wavy inside ride line.
What Should You Do If You Run Into a Shear Like This in the Field?
I strongly suggest you click on the link below and hit the blue button!!!!!
(For a better look at this shear. Click on the image above to enlarge)