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Ben

09-25-1998 22:07:23




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Dennis l am just curious, were did you see that model & specs printed?? And has anyone seen one or a picture of one. This new info (to me) sent me back to the shop to rifle through our old AC repair manuels which go back to the A,U,UC. But come up short on the WS. Could this tractor have been a newer version of the A. Which is very impressive in its own rite. By the way are there many A's around . I've only seen those in pictures . And can you still get parts for them?? Ben

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Dennis H.

09-27-1998 12:18:05




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 Re: More WS talk in reply to Ben, 09-25-1998 22:07:23  
Ben, The place where I found a listing for the WS is in the Hotline Farm Equipment Guide. It has a listing for a WS and a WK that both sound very interesting. My info says they both were made from 1950-53, both were gas, and the WK out weighed the WS by ten pounds at 3,340lbs. The WS had 675cid 84HP, the WK had 563cid 62HP. They do not list the serial #'s, so I have no idea as to # made or under what conditions. I went back three years in the publication to check for a possible miss-print and if they did miss-print, they wasted alot of ink and paper because they are listed in all three years I checked. I haven't seen one, but would expect they would be easily identified by the large number of saliva stains deposited by on-lookers. Let me know if you find one, did the person who asked about it in the first place have one? Dennis

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Dennis H.

09-27-1998 12:26:16




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 Re: Re: More WS talk in reply to Dennis H., 09-27-1998 12:18:05  
Oh yes, the same book lists the A (not counting the A Standard) as being made from 1939-42, the first serial # was 26614 and the last year started at 26915, so roughly 300+ were made. Dennis H.



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