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Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354

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01-11-2013 05:44:05

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There was NO 1A spreaders ever built. They started with the A on the 10 that became a 10A and they were 4 wheel only spreaders, the12A was out at the same time and was a tractor spreader followed by a 14A and a 17A but 12A is most popular. If I would know where my books are I could tell you what model yours is and also if it was made early in the year or middle of the year or late in the year plus what year it was made from the lot number.

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Johnathan Gardner

01-11-2013 07:01:23

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 Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354 in reply to Leroy, 01-11-2013 05:44:05  
Thanks for the replie, but it is a 12A lot #354 built in 1952 that I know because the tag is still on the frame. I just can't get the wheel hub off the axel. Is there anything other than the axle coller and pin that keeps the hub on?

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01-11-2013 07:28:04

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 Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354 in reply to Johnathan Gardner, 01-11-2013 07:01:23  
I was replying to Al White and his spreader, not about yours altho sounds like they possibly are same year.

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01-11-2013 07:17:27

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 Re: New idea manure spreader 12A Lot 354 in reply to Johnathan Gardner, 01-11-2013 07:01:23  
Rust. I remember Dad taking one off of an old IH spreader one time. He'd beat on the end of the axle,them file it off where it was mushroomed,then beat it some more,then file,over and over and over.

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