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Re: WD-9 Pictures--on a work break.

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01-31-2013 06:51:48

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nice original unit. see it has the "A" pump and fender extensions , easy rider seat and have not seen one with those flat batt. box lids, unless thats the ones for the super's. have not seen super's lids as they are always lost.

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01-31-2013 21:52:18

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 Re: WD-9 Pictures--on a work break. in reply to rustred, 01-31-2013 06:51:48  
It is a 1952 tractor so that's why it has the "A" pump.

The fender extensions were farm built by a previous owner and he actually did a really good job on fabricating them. Unfortunately, I am going to take them off and install an original set of fenders.

The easy rider seat is getting removed too in favour of the original pipe style (pronounced "back breaker" seat).

The battery box lids are not original either. I pulled one off of a scrap 141 combine and don't remember where I got the other one. I should really put on the original formed ones. You are right, battery box lids usually got discarded or lost.

The tractor also has the rear rims widened by 4 inches which was really common around here. I will likely leave those the way they are.

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