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Re: Pics from Miami Valley Steam Thresher Show

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12-26-2012 13:35:38

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Some interesting tractors/engines there. What's with the smokestacks back to the rear of the boiler?

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Donnie Baker

12-26-2012 14:34:51

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 Re: Pics from Miami Valley Steam Thresher Show in reply to RayP(MI), 12-26-2012 13:35:38  
Return flue engines; they have the conventional round tubes like any other steamer to get the smoke to the front then have one large tube towards the top of the boiler to return the smoke to the back the builders thinking was trying to extract the maximum amount of heat from the fuel being burned.

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12-26-2012 13:51:10

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 Re: Pics from Miami Valley Steam Thresher Show in reply to RayP(MI), 12-26-2012 13:35:38  

A few more shots of the hubers.

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Walt Davies

12-26-2012 14:33:08

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 Re: Pics from Miami Valley Steam Thresher Show in reply to Thesmoothedeere, 12-26-2012 13:51:10  
They are sure pretty all painted up. We need a war between the big case 110 and the new case quad tract just to see what 100 year old tractor can do against today's big boys.

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Mike M

12-27-2012 10:29:28

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 Re: Pics from Miami Valley Steam Thresher Show in reply to Walt Davies, 12-26-2012 14:33:08  
At the Wayne Co. fair here in Ohio they used to hook a steam traction engine to the tractor pull sled at the end of the pulls and it would just take off and go and keep on going !!!

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