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Re: Ferguson w/ Elenco?

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10-19-2012 12:27:54

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I have not heard of any Elenco conversions other than Fords.

Post your question on the Ford forum. Tony Jacobs will know.


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10-19-2012 16:39:35

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 Re: Ferguson w/ Elenco? in reply to Dean, 10-19-2012 12:27:54  
How about I trade you a gray belly for the green before you de value it!!

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10-19-2012 19:36:17

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 Re: Ferguson w/ Elenco? in reply to 2tractors, 10-19-2012 16:39:35  
I was thinking the same thing 2!
If some one needs 4wd, they need to buy a 4wd tractor. There are now loads of older ones that didn't exist at affordable prices 20 years ago. If they want to create a dead end project, I want it to be close enough to me to pay scrap value and drag it home on the trailer!
If these aftermarket kits were worth the effort, the world would be full of them. I reckon gadgets are still around because the basic machine couldn't be useful enough to wear itself out...
If you want a cool lookin 4wd project, fine a SAME from the early 70's, I missed one last year, maybe next year...

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