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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Old pull type road grader

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James

09-11-2003 13:21:36
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I've got an old pull type road grader that I'm going to cut up and make into a 3 point blade unless someone would be interested in restoring it. I haven't looked at it close enough to see who it was made by. It is new enough to be on rubber spoked wheels. I live in NE Kansas if anyone is interested, let me know. I will try to post a pic on the photo ads with more info. before I start cutting. Does anyone know if there is an interest in restoring these? Or if there is another place on the net where I should look to find someone who would want a pull type grader to restore? Thanks

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Half Track

09-11-2003 14:31:40
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 Re: Old pull type road grader in reply to James, 09-11-2003 13:21:36  
James, where at in NE Kansas?? Post pics. Thanks HT



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James

09-11-2003 20:00:13
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 Re: Re: Old pull type road grader in reply to Half Track, 09-11-2003 14:31:40  
If you would like to give me your e-mail address, I will send you a picture. Or maybe you could tell me how to post a picture here. I'm somewhat computer ignorant. I can post a pic in the for sale section where the system leads me through. But I don't know how to do it here. The grader is in Burlingame, Kansas. Thirty miles south of Topeka. It says Russell Hi-way Patrol on the side of it with a factory #. I want to either trade for a HEAVY 3 point blade, sell it for enough to buy one, or I'm going to cut this thing up and make one.

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Half Track

09-12-2003 16:27:17
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 Re: Re: Re: Old pull type road grader in reply to James, 09-11-2003 20:00:13  
James, I'm from Sabetha. Just mail them to: John Hopp Sr 205 South 8th Sabetha, KS 66534 0-785-248-3443 C-785-547-7430



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James

09-12-2003 16:43:31
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Old pull type road grader in reply to Half Track, 09-12-2003 16:27:17  
I've posted one picture in the Photo ads. Do you recognize "Russell Hi-way Patrol" as a manufacturer? We have taken pictures with a digital camera and have not had any printed. We may try to move it out of the weeds on Sunday.



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VaTom

09-12-2003 05:27:25
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 Re: Re: Re: Old pull type road grader in reply to James, 09-11-2003 20:00:13  
Hi James, Too far from Virginia for me but I'll give it a plug, sight unseen. Having both a 3 pt blade and a pull-behind grader, there's a world of difference in what they do. I rarely use the 3 pt blade as the grader does a much better job. Needing an operator for the grader isn't convenient but it's worth my effort to find a tractor driver. The guy I bought my grader from was surprised I wanted to put it to work. First thing I did was fit it with rubber tires. They're wonderful machines that I hope you find a new home for with somebody more appreciative of what it'll do. The joke around here is that mine must have come over on the Mayflower. But it works great.

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