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Help identify (2) orange fenders

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JEK1

12-12-2019 06:43:54




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I attained these fenders in a package deal where I was told they would fit a Farmall M. Well, they donít and I would almost destroy the fender mount for them to fit. Does anyone know what these fenders actually fit? I really just want to find a proper home for them.
They are in pretty good shape and are salvageable. See photos.




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Ande

12-13-2019 05:06:39




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 Re: Help identify (2) orange fenders in reply to JEK1, 12-12-2019 06:43:54  
Those are nice fenders. Where are you located, do you want to sell? Email open here Ande



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M Nut

12-12-2019 14:14:47




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 Re: Help identify (2) orange fenders in reply to JEK1, 12-12-2019 06:43:54  
Mid series SC Case tractors, possibly DC also? They are not the early style for 1941 SC Case tractors, and not the last style made for the 1951?-1954 SC Case tractors. They are the same style my 1945 SC has.



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Aaron SEIA

12-12-2019 08:15:03




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I'm going to guess SC or DC Case.

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Ted in NE-OH

12-12-2019 08:01:51




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 Re: Help identify (2) orange fenders in reply to JEK1, 12-12-2019 06:43:54  
Doesn't look like Allsi Chalmers, maybe a Case tractor?



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JEK1

12-12-2019 07:28:24




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photos jpg">



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jal-SD

12-12-2019 09:31:46




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 Re: Help identify (2) orange fenders in reply to JEK1, 12-12-2019 07:28:24  
Case clam-shell fenders for newer S or D series. The brackets clamp around the axels. There is a "notch" at the top of the axel that prevent them from turning on it. jal-SD



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old

12-12-2019 08:26:33




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Case not A/C



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JEK1

12-12-2019 06:53:38




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