Re: D12 grill screen, info on Old Allis magazine and 2001 Gathering in reply to Don Treadway, 09-14-2000 04:34:15
These grilles are difficult to come by. There also are different versions. 3 bars prior to SN3501, then no bars, and I think the series 3 tractors were different. I have been searching for a no-bar,cream colored grille for D-10#4238 for quite a while. They can be fabricated if you start with the proper material.I would be interested in purchasing one as well if someone does get into making these.
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