I have a 7.5 Meyers that I am trying to get apart. I want to take the moldboard off. I have everything apart except the moldboard is still attached to the sector. There are two pins that hold the two together. They appear to slide out, pushing from the center of the plow to the outside. I removed the cotter that was acting as a retainer, and cannot get the pins out. The pins are loose in the moldboard, and the A frame and sector will pivot. The pins will not budge in the sector. I tried penetrating oil with no success. I tried heating them with a torch, no luck. I even drilled a hole through the moldboard and pin, and then inserted a punch, thinking that I could stop the pin from moving in the moldboard, and use the A frame as a lever to break the bond. THat only broke the punch. I am going to keep soaking them down with penetrating oil, in the hopes that it will break the rust bond loose. If not, what are my options? I can cut the pins, there is enough clearance, and that will allow me to seperate the moldboard from the sector, but then the pins will still be lodged in the sector. Any ideas? BTW- Why didn't those high dollar engineers put a grease fitting on there so this wouldn't happen?