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Asbestos running boards on fleabay.

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Bruce(OR)

04-11-2014 21:23:30
97.115.25.161



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This came up in conversation awhile ago. If anyone is interested. Now to go back and find a link...




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miner09

04-12-2014 14:01:02
70.196.9.70



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 Re: Asbestos running boards on fleabay. in reply to Bruce(OR), 04-11-2014 21:23:30  
I posted about the running boards on the TO-35 I'm building that has asbestos. If you remember I had never seen it on tractors before. We always put a 2x6 on top of running board to keep foot from getting hot. Could have been a poor folks thing. LOL Well we had Fords at the time. Maybe they never used it.



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Tony in Mass.

04-13-2014 06:57:19
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 Re: Asbestos running boards on fleabay. in reply to miner09, 04-12-2014 14:01:02  
I guess it's kinda like your missing jointers. Asbestos isn't waterproof at all, so once the tin cover got a hole, and rain or wet grass got in, the clock was ticking. I have one running board with the stuff still there- out of 14 tractors?
When my momma ran out of shredded wheat, she would peel some off an old steam pipe in the cellar. Some milk and brown sugar, we never noticed the difference.

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miner09

04-12-2014 14:03:44
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 Re: Asbestos running boards on fleabay. in reply to miner09, 04-12-2014 14:01:02  

Forgot about picture.



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don hooks

04-12-2014 10:17:44
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 Re: Asbestos running boards on fleabay. in reply to Bruce(OR), 04-11-2014 21:23:30  
The seller also has a front axle, connecting rods and a 35 lower grill.



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samn40

04-12-2014 01:13:02
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 Re: Asbestos running boards on fleabay. in reply to Bruce(OR), 04-11-2014 21:23:30  
Charles, can you post a link for this back to our FOFH forum? Some there may be interested, or at least they could argue about it! LOL....Thanks...........Sam



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Charles in Aus.

04-12-2014 03:06:01
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 Re: Asbestos running boards on fleabay. in reply to samn40, 04-12-2014 01:13:02  
Did that Sam , and in a way that is probably going to provoke as much argument as you want .



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Charles in Aus.

04-11-2014 22:02:09
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 Re: Asbestos running boards on fleabay. in reply to Tom Bowman, 04-11-2014 21:23:30  
There was also an asbestos lined heat shield accessory that went over the engine and under the fuel tank on TEA models . This was supposed to stop fuel evaporating in warmer climates .



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Bruce(OR)

04-12-2014 11:29:45
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 Re: Asbestos running boards on fleabay. in reply to Charles in Aus., 04-11-2014 22:02:09  
That's more or less what I am looking for. However I believe I will wind up with some type of deflective silver heat shield under the hood to deflect the heat from the paint. That and get the heat shield from a '35 to mount on the wife's '20 above the exhaust manifold. Also need to get a heater mounted.
NOW that ought'a be fun!



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