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Re: New roof on TO35

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05-21-2014 20:14:36

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I have an aluminum pickup cap on my TO-35 for shade. Also have cut down truck caps on my MF-85D, MF forklift, and my tractor show buttbuggy that was built in 2003. They all look ridiculous, but when on a tractor drive and it rains, nobody thinks it's so dumb then. Some day I'll learn how to post pictures, will have the 35 at Lagrange this summer, in all it's faded glory. Hopefully Tony will approve of it as is!

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05-22-2014 06:08:42

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 Re: New roof on TO35 in reply to Dieseltech, 05-21-2014 20:14:36  
I have been thinking about this for almost a year dieseltech... IF.. only if... I went to La Grange with a trailer...I was thinking about building a wooden cribwork around the 23C, no arsend, no sheet metal except the dash, and let the fergie world do an autopsy- or atleast cure the smoke issue. What do you think?

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05-23-2014 05:28:05

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 Re: New roof on TO35 in reply to Tony in Mass., 05-22-2014 06:08:42  
Wooden cribwork--- wooden--crib--work-- ooh a two holer or one holer?That 23c would work great stiffeling the smell.

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05-23-2014 05:56:09

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 Re: New roof on TO35 in reply to 2tractors, 05-23-2014 05:28:05  
ooooh maaaaannnn.... If you get to this year's show 2 tractor... I will be keeping an eye on you every minute. Maybe I should put a padlock on you belt buckle when you get near the engine.... but then... maybe a little pee pee in the fuel tank will cure the smoke??? Not you... that'll be my job!!

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05-22-2014 07:21:31

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 Re: New roof on TO35 in reply to Tony in Mass., 05-22-2014 06:08:42  
Sure Tony, that would work. or maybe part it out. I would still buy the injection pump! I already have a room booked for two nights near Howe, IN.

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05-22-2014 13:32:33

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 Re: New roof on TO35 in reply to Dieseltech, 05-22-2014 07:21:31  
My hotel is powered by a 351. But it don't like hills any more than I do... oh Rich I will eat this diesel engine before I part it out. Heck it's all rebuilt in and out... just that it makes too much smoke for civilized places... or areas with forest fire watch towers...

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05-23-2014 07:44:06

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 Re: New roof on TO35 in reply to Tony in Mass., 05-22-2014 13:32:33  
Cleveland ?

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05-23-2014 08:55:52

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 Re: New roof on TO35 in reply to s19438, 05-23-2014 07:44:06  
I think so, but it's an '88 E-150 campervan. Did they put Windors in them? I forgot where to look for the differences. I'm just happy it made the trip. Any kinks were ironed out thanks to Jason and Miner.
If I went thru Georgia? and stopped in at 2 tractors' place? ... I'd still be there trying to sober up....

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