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01-23-2008 16:22:07

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Maybe one of you guys can help me - I bought a derelict Allis 6060 2wd that some awful fool had removed the adjustable axle ends and "installed" a custom truck axle. I am having trouble finding anyone who has a complete 2wd axle or even the adjustable axle ends....does anyone have one they'd sell?

I put a pic of this outfit on Stuck & Troubled if you're curious...

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01-24-2008 15:21:45

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 Re: Having trouble finding something in reply to Markbo, 01-23-2008 16:22:07  
You might check with World Wide Tractor parts in Ohio 800-755-2605 Aaron Helman if he doesn't have it he can locate it. Also Bluffton, Ohio tractor salvage yard don't know thier number but should be on the web they're big timers. I saw that post on S&T and I thought what kind of fool would do that? I love that 6000 series and will probably be my next restoration project you should still be able to get parts from AGCO $$$$$. That tractor was nimble and snappy kind of like the JD4010 only more agile. Good Luck e-mail me if you don't have any luck and I'll help you do a search I'll do a little scoping around. CT

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01-23-2008 17:26:07

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 Re: Having trouble finding something in reply to Markbo, 01-23-2008 16:22:07  
Mark Heitman Salvage, Durand, WI. 715-673-4829

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01-24-2008 05:39:36

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 Re: Having trouble finding something in reply to JMS/.MN, 01-23-2008 17:26:07  
Maibach Tractor------1-800-808-9934

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01-29-2008 07:44:23

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 Re: Having trouble finding something in reply to massey333, 01-24-2008 05:39:36  
Try: Burgh Implement Store and tractor Salvage 1-800-369-6213 9 a.m. til 4 p.m weekdays, Sat. till noon. Located 5 miles north of Zelienople, Pa. on Hiway Rt. 19, Western Pa. Mention Rusty Jones! (I make no monetary remunerations from any thing sold there!)

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