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Adirondack case guy

01-14-2013 17:11:26

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I never saw a DB 990 with full fenders. Are you sure it is a 990, or is it a 995. 990s had a 4/47 engine and two stage clutch. 995s had 4/55 engines and a independent PTO clutch lever at the left of the seat.
I have noticed a lot of, lets say personal modifications to your tractors, such as the relocated muffler on the 2094, and mismatched colors on the 70 series tractors. (Not condeming you), and perhaps you changed the fenders on your DB also.
The pic. I posted is of our DB 990 that I gave a Dupont Overhaul to last spring.

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Shane Lovelace

01-14-2013 18:05:18

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 Re: A few pictures. in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-14-2013 17:11:26  
You have some good eyes! Yes I did put 995 fenders on my 990. The older round ones was rusted out. Yes we did relocate the muffler father back on the 2094. The fenders on my 1175 was like that when we bought it. Will get them painted but looking for a 2 post canopy to put on it.

And did you notice the 1370 four post on our 1070?

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Adirondack case guy

01-14-2013 18:44:16

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 Re: A few pictures. in reply to Shane Lovelace, 01-14-2013 18:05:18  
I noticed some extra metal around the front of the platform, but didn't realize the 4 post was off a 13.

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