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nate in ak

09-18-2013 15:53:19

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This message is a reply to an archived post by chris rolke on June 21, 2010 at 07:10:09.
The original subject was "Re: wards twin row".

hi, I also have a 41 twin row. none of the attachments were originally designed to go behind the tires. I don't have it on me but i bought the reprint of the owners manual and the engine manual (really recommend both) They'll cover a lot of the basics. i believe the cultivator attachemnts were all made by avery. so you might have luck pursuing it from that end. Cletrac never made the attachments for the general (same model as the twin row)

I'm still working on fixing mine up. so if you happen upon anyone who has parts, primarily the grill cover/sheet metal, if you don't mind, shoot me an email

good luck, Nate

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russ rolke

09-25-2013 20:06:45

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 Re: wards twin row in reply to nate in ak, 09-18-2013 15:53:19  
I have an extra hood and grill for a twin row I dont know if i should sell it or not Chris is my brother I have the twin row in the picture

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Ol' Gimpy

09-25-2013 15:41:55

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 Re: wards twin row in reply to nate in ak, 09-18-2013 15:53:19  
Landis Zimmerman,Ephrata,Pa. has reproduction grilles,not exact,but close. Crank hole is likely incorrect,since the Wards has the crank hole in a different place. He works mostly with Cletrac,but since many early Cletrac parts are similar,he may be a source. Look up Zimmerman Oliver Cletrac on the "net.

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