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Well she was about finished....

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LarryNeohioCase

03-11-2008 07:03:53




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We had a bunch of snow this past weekend and unfortunatly the leanto that I had my 1959 Case 801B parted under collapsed!!!!!!!! I suppose I should consider myself lucky as it looks like just sheet metal damange. But from the radiator cap all the way back to the dash!!! This really hurts because the sheet metal was 100% perfect. Just needed sanded and painted. Posted a pic in the photo section since I can"t get the darn thing figured out here on the discussion forums...

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Bollpuller

03-18-2008 14:38:20




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 Re: Well she was about finished.... in reply to LarryNeohioCase, 03-11-2008 07:03:53  
Know where an 811 lp with great sheet metal is in OKlahoma. Tractor is lp with carb and regulator missing. Call me at 580 512 3569.



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rustyj

03-11-2008 08:24:58




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 Re: Well she was about finished.... in reply to LarryNeohioCase, 03-11-2008 07:03:53  
Here's an address and e-mail to contact: Burgh Implement Store and tractor parts, in Pa on Rt. 19, several miles north of Zelienople, Pa., western part of state. email:junkman@zbzoom.net or: 1-800-369-6213 or: fax: 724/452-7663 This place has lots of older tractor parts and you might find a good hood and other parts there. Worth a look!
Note: I make no money from this! I send it in case you might need something and they might have it. A bit of info is always good to have, ya know!

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LarryNeohioCase

03-11-2008 08:32:47




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 Re: Well she was about finished.... in reply to rustyj, 03-11-2008 08:24:58  
Rusty,
Hey thanks a bunch. I'll give them a call this afternoon. They are about an hour or so east of me so that may work out well.
Thanks again,
Larry



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rustyj

03-11-2008 13:57:39




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 Re: Well she was about finished.... in reply to LarryNeohioCase, 03-11-2008 08:32:47  
Sokay, Larry! Glad to help. This man's father was Charlie Burg, who went to all of the farm auctions, years ago, and bought up scads of old tractors, plows, machinery-you name it, and hauled it down to his place. Now, he's dead and his son has taken over. I made friends with the son a few years ago, and i help him whenever i can, and he sells me lawn tractor parts at discount. He also has lots of old machinery, plows, binder parts, and its interesting to just go there and walk thru the place. I think he has 40 acres of stuff! Mind boggling! The place is just north of Middle Lancaster, and about 4-5 miles south of Portersville, Pa. on Rt. 19. Ya can't miss it! It sets along the road for a 1/4 mile, on left heading south. Says ANTIQUES on the sign. Easy on/off at Rt. 488 exit from I-79. Take Rt. 488 west to Rt.19 South. Rustyj

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LarryNeohioCase

03-12-2008 06:44:55




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 Re: Well she was about finished.... in reply to rustyj, 03-11-2008 13:57:39  
Rusty,
I talked to John yesterday and he was pretty helpful but didn't think that he had a 800 series on hand. He had an 830 with some "fair" parts but no 800's. Just thought I'd let you know.
Larry



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Country Nate

03-11-2008 07:21:02




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 Re: Well she was about finished.... in reply to LarryNeohioCase, 03-11-2008 07:03:53  
Larry,

I feel your pain. In November I had a hayloft collaps on my Comfort King that had just about perfect sheet metal as well. You just get a sick feeling inside and you know that metal will never be the same.

On the bright side. I have straightened it quite a bit and it looks good again.


Nate



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LarryNeohioCase

03-11-2008 07:25:45




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 Re: Well she was about finished.... in reply to Country Nate, 03-11-2008 07:21:02  
I suppose I could try to repair the sheet metal but most of the damage is in the form of creases. I'm not sure that I'm that good of a body man. Minor patches, filling, sanding, priming and painting are about my limit...



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LarryNeohioCase

03-11-2008 07:05:01




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 Re: Well she was about finished.... in reply to LarryNeohioCase, 03-11-2008 07:03:53  
Ok so it worked this time!!!!!!! LOL



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