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Late WD45?

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JDJohnDeere

05-29-2009 07:08:40




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Would this be a late model WD45? It was not custom because the neighbor has an origonal one just like it with a loader.

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This post was edited by JDJohnDeere at 07:11:27 05/29/09.

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Bill(Wis)

05-31-2009 10:51:06




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 Re: Late WD45? in reply to JDJohnDeere, 05-29-2009 07:08:40  
Definitely a straight old WD. The only thing "45" about that tractor is the wrong decal.



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John Harmon

05-29-2009 15:36:13




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 Re: Late WD45? in reply to JDJohnDeere, 05-29-2009 07:08:40  
Straight gear shift,magneto ignition,3 bolt wide front axle,to each his own but IMHO it's a Gaudy looking WD.Nice sheet metal,tires,etc.but would look a whole lot better if painted as from the Factory.No insult intended so keep your shorts on straight.



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mlpankey

05-29-2009 14:09:03




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 Re: Late WD45? in reply to JDJohnDeere, 05-29-2009 07:08:40  
paint is a customized job the rearend is a wd straight stick . the engine has a 4 inch head instead of the 3 inch could have been replaced cant see enough of the oiling system to tell what type of block it has . all in all its a nice tractor but the correct police would be all over it.



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Tramway Guy

05-29-2009 08:51:10




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 Re: Late WD45? in reply to JDJohnDeere, 05-29-2009 07:08:40  
It also has the older '3-bolt' wide front....



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JMS/MN

05-29-2009 08:42:11




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 Re: Late WD45? in reply to JDJohnDeere, 05-29-2009 07:08:40  
Straight shifter makes it a WD. Serial number will be below 127008.



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Kip-Utah

05-29-2009 08:36:53




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 Re: Late WD45? in reply to JDJohnDeere, 05-29-2009 07:08:40  
It's not even a late WD as it has the early transmission,shorter(3")head, and magneto. These features are all consistent with very early WD. Someone has painted it similar to later D series tractor and put WD45 decals on it. It does look kind of cool. BTW even the early D series tractors were paint monocramatic PO 1. Kip



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warwagon01

05-29-2009 08:09:49




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 Re: Late WD45? in reply to JDJohnDeere, 05-29-2009 07:08:40  
not for sure but didnt the later wd and 45s have a curved gear shifter



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bg/mo

05-29-2009 08:04:40




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 Re: Late WD45? in reply to JDJohnDeere, 05-29-2009 07:08:40  
It looks more like a plain wd to me, 45"s had battery ignition, not magneto.



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