Is it possible under agriculture conditions. I welded a shank on an applicator the other day, the guys at work razzed me about it of course, but I would assume there must be a way to weld it and prevent it from breaking? If not , will it break at the weld , around the weld, or somewhere else? The steel is about one inch thick, 2 inches wide, and about 3 feet long with a curve in it. It's used for applying anhydrous ammonia, and typically runs in the ground 7 to 12 inches at 6 mph. I veed out the break and made 5 passes with a 6011 on ac. on both sides. Any help would be great, as I would love to prove the guys wrong just this one time! It is , I assume some type of carbon steel?
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Welding spring steel