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banjoman09

05-18-2017 19:09:28




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Update; my front grill is done and on - looks great ! Found the bottom grill piece on Ebay - fit perfect. Even have the "Farmall" sign painted and on ! One last thing- there are "two holes" in the center of the main grill; about 4" front the top. Looks as though maybe 1/2" or 5/8" bolt holes - just leave them as "holes" or is something suppose to bolt there?




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caterpillar guy

05-27-2017 03:13:31




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 Re: H Front grill in reply to banjoman09, 05-18-2017 19:09:28  
That is just what the cultivator looks like for our H in the picture. Sure don't miss those days. Pushed a 4 row with it. And yup those holes were for mounted things like the cultivator.



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redforlife

05-20-2017 21:38:53




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 Re: H Front grill in reply to banjoman09, 05-18-2017 19:09:28  
These were used for some of the mounted peices of equipment. As far as I know, nothing is suppose to be there originally if they weren't being used for mounted equipment.



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fbh44

05-19-2017 02:18:49




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 Re: H Front grill in reply to banjoman09, 05-18-2017 19:09:28  
That's where you put two bolts to hold the Christmas wreath for parades. It is also where you can help to sorta hang a winter wind shield to keep the old girl warm.



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ih560

05-18-2017 20:23:46




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 Re: H Front grill in reply to banjoman09, 05-18-2017 19:09:28  
Just leave them open, they were used as mounting points for some attachments.
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banjoman09

05-18-2017 22:41:07




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 Re: H Front grill in reply to ih560, 05-18-2017 20:23:46  
Gotcha....thanks!



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