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Row Crop 40

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miner09

08-14-2012 13:34:14
75.224.218.163



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Row Crop RGM-403225 just off the assembly line. Finished 40 today with the help from wife getting hood on. Wish I could go to Fena Show in MO with it. Just to far. Worked on it about 3 months.Got a High Crop to do next. Looks bad but everthing is there. May take a while.Also I'm looking for a Single Wheel 40 to rebuild. I would like to have all 4 models.

Thanks Mickey

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miner09

08-16-2012 15:51:58
75.255.196.48



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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to miner09, 08-14-2012 13:34:14  
No, it 530 miles from Paris. Just to far.



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Brent, IN

08-16-2012 05:02:34
76.208.9.200



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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to miner09, 08-14-2012 13:34:14  
Are you going to Boonville even though you can't bring the tractor?



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samn40

08-17-2012 00:46:20
217.43.58.168



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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to Brent, IN, 08-16-2012 05:02:34  
Yes Brent I am going to Booneville for the FENA Expo, sure it is only3956 miles from home! Don't think I could get the tractor through customs at the airport though! See you all there.....Sam



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samn40

08-16-2012 02:03:22
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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to miner09, 08-14-2012 13:34:14  

Miner09 ....Snap it looks just like mine only we don't get the sunshine to cause that sparkle! Real nice job there ...Well done. Sam



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Max in Mich

08-15-2012 05:31:42
75.219.21.37



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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to miner09, 08-14-2012 13:34:14  
I've done one 40 and have the 2nd at the painters. Both tractors are painted like those pictured. I have an old 8mm shot of my uncle pulling a chopper and it is obvious the wheels are painted the same way. Beautiful job Mickey!



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2tractors

08-15-2012 05:12:49
207.144.5.133



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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to miner09, 08-14-2012 13:34:14  
Heah M&M, GREAT job on the two. I've seen several pics of different models an all leave the front rims and centers the same color while the back is usually a silver like yours. Which is correct?



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Tony in Mass.

08-14-2012 19:12:24
76.118.216.103



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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to miner09, 08-14-2012 13:34:14  
You are right again Richard, it is dangerous for civilization when I think too much.. did you check out my hydraulic non repair? I need to maintain my fame as a butcher and hack. This is the 40 you gave me the head's up on. Someday soon I want to enter my collection in the FEMA serial number list... that way when I need to remember one, I can refer to that, I don't have to take all night finding the picture...

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Richard L

08-14-2012 20:16:03
24.176.32.225



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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-14-2012 19:12:24  
Tony, just for your info it is actually FENA, FEMA is that outfit that is controlled by the Gov't and we don't talk about that on this forum and I don't think they want your tractor serial numbers anyway. LOL



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Tony in Mass.

08-14-2012 14:17:43
76.118.216.103



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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to miner09, 08-14-2012 13:34:14  
I see you got tires that fit. I remember you talking about parting out one of the 40's, I hope you got over that feeling? I wouldn't worry about the single wheel, that propane one takes the cake. That is a high serial number, mine is 165k something. Looking good , keep up the good work!



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Richard L

08-14-2012 17:45:24
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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-14-2012 14:17:43  
Tony your 165K something is on what model??? Oh no did Tony try thinking again?



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Tony in Mass.

08-14-2012 19:15:05
76.118.216.103



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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to Richard L, 08-14-2012 17:45:24  

Hum. The pic didn't up load above



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s19438

08-15-2012 03:44:42
72.94.45.81



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 Re: Row Crop 40 in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-14-2012 19:15:05  
looks like the id tags were mass produced with numbers then when the tag was assigned to a tractor the letter designation was hand stamped on it ??????



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