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New tractor hauler is now clean-er :)

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11-05-2011 18:08:27

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After spending 2 days pressure washing my truck I ended up with about 55 lbs of chicken manure, spider webs, etc. Should do great in the winter garden.

Still have not found VIN on frame rail but will continue searching. Motor # A228277605. More I look at it I believe a frame off restoration back to stock is the best bet - your thoughts are welcome.


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11-09-2011 11:16:45

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 Re: New tractor hauler is now clean-er :) in reply to ShepFL, 11-05-2011 18:08:27  
I seem to recall serial # on my 50 Chev pickup is on upright frame rail, behind driver"s side front tire--might take some cleaning to find it now. good luck--always like these vintage finds.

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11-05-2011 19:08:25

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 Re: New tractor hauler is now clean-er :) in reply to ShepFL, 11-05-2011 18:08:27  
If it`s gonna be a tractor hauler, I would say do some period correct improvements. I don`t know if it has the enclosed driveshaft or not, but a little 3 speed brownie box would sure make it easier on the six to get the trailer rolling, and then I would build a wooden headache rack to mount a couple nice chrome worklights for loading trailers in the dark, and nice stained hardwood really complements chrome nicely, I think 8) All stuff that could be removed to bring the truck back to stock but make it that much better of a hauler.

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11-05-2011 19:22:43

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 Re: New tractor hauler is now clean-er :) in reply to sixtyninegmc, 11-05-2011 19:08:25  
Thanks 69GMC. I like the idea of the 3 speed brownie box. I have a lead on a 270 and hope to install it.

I will keep all posted as I move along. Most tractors to be hauled by this will be:

Farmall Cub

The bigger tractors i.e. Oliver 550, 1650, AC WD, Farmall H etc. will be hauled with my newer truck - Chevy K2500.

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