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Re: Early Racine 400 steering parts

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03-15-2013 05:26:53

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There was just a pair on eBay but someone stole them from me at the last second because I was stuck at work! Been looking for 3 years! I'll have to double check my book. A few guys on here have offered the complete front axle but I can't drive 2 days to get it and no body wants to trade a later steering setup either. Starting to get frustrated as this tractor has been a pain in my @ss since I brought it in the shop after a head gasket as the PO said turned into a block, sleeves, and a trans overhaul!
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Chuck Machinist

03-15-2013 13:21:19

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 Re: Early Racine 400 steering parts in reply to 1031D, 03-15-2013 05:26:53  
You did not lose the bid you got skyped ,a common practice by many ,but not all sellers.Take a deep breaaaath!.I am looking thru the archives,because I recall someone talking about that wide front end was carried over into the later 730 830s.,but let me confirm that.Shoot me an email if you like. Chuck
Your tractor was the big 401,right?

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