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Re: 1940's Mcormick Deering Horse Drawn Manure Spreader

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06-28-2010 08:33:54

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Hello Ryan,
Your posting with the picture (IH 4A) was very helpful to me; thanks. It is the only way I have been able to identify what I purchased this past weekend. I don't have a real interest in tractors or restoration; this was meant to be a yard decoration. However, I would like to learn more about it and understand what parts are missing and have some general idea of what I am doing when I try to make basic repairs. I have been searching the internet for an hour and not found other good pictures. Could you point me in the right directon or possibly share your photos with me? I am specifically interested in the mounting of the seat (missing), the mounting of the innermost impeller (missing) and everything forward of the 'front end' for the hooking up the horses. Thank you.

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Kevin B from Illinois

06-28-2010 12:54:38

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 Re: 1940's Mcormick Deering Horse Drawn Manure Spreader in reply to jerryhawkins, 06-28-2010 08:33:54  
I just restored a 200-H McCormick Deering spreader It was built from 1940 until sometime in the early 50's what is the model you have i can maybe get some pictures of mine to you.

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06-28-2010 09:18:46

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 Re: 1940's Mcormick Deering Horse Drawn Manure Spreader in reply to jerryhawkins, 06-28-2010 08:33:54  

These are the only pics I have. Hope they help.

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