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C AC wide front fenders

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Bob Evans

07-08-2000 05:46:31




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I have the option of buying a C Allis with adj wide front.Were these a factory option.The fenders have a pie shaped extension on them that looks like a factory addition not something that was added at the farm.Isaw a tractor in a salvage yard that had fenders like these . Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Bob Evans




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Paul from Michigan

07-09-2000 20:27:20




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 Re: C AC wide front fenders in reply to Bob Evans, 07-08-2000 05:46:31  
I have seen similar fenders on B tractors that were originally equipped with steel wheels. At first I thought they were something that was added later, but they weren't. Like you saw the workmanship was beyond anthing you could do in a farm shop. I found out later they were steel whell fenders, so probably yours are too. Paul



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Bob

07-14-2000 14:24:28




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 Re: Re: C AC wide front fenders in reply to Paul from Michigan, 07-09-2000 20:27:20  
Thanks Paul,I believe you may be right .The fender extensions are along an area that would protect the operator from the steel lugs on the wheels.I don't think the extensions are large enough for orchard. Thanks to all who responded. Bob Evans



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Brian

07-08-2000 13:11:09




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 Re: C AC wide front fenders in reply to Bob Evans, 07-08-2000 05:46:31  
The adjustable wf was a factory option but I've never seen anything like what you describe for the fenders. These extensions, on the front or rear? Could be aftermarket? Brian



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Bob Evans

07-08-2000 15:25:28




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 Re: Re: C AC wide front fenders in reply to Brian, 07-08-2000 13:11:09  
Brian,thanks for the info. on wide front. The extensions on the fenders starts about one foot or so from the front of the fender,tapers out to appr. one foot or so then curves back to the rear of the fender.I don't have the tractor at my location to check .This is from memory & my memory ain't what it used to be.The odds in finding two tractors with the same type fenders would be slim maybe. These tractors are 100 miles apart.Maybe someone else would know something.

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tadams

07-11-2000 04:47:35




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 Re: Re: Re: C AC wide front fenders in reply to Bob Evans, 07-08-2000 15:25:28  
Could this be a orchard attachment on the fenders?
Tom



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