Hi all, I have a 1955 Vac-14, it is missing a fender. The one on it has a longer bracket, maybe 7-8" high. Most fenders I see for sale have a short bracket 4" or so. The taller one looks like the right fit to me. Question is which one is correct? Tall or short? It was built in mid Feb of 1955 according to Rich. It also has the style of steering wheel that came on the 300's. If it was a replacement wheel, someone did a nice job. Any thoughts on the fender extension, or the time frame when the started using the tapered spoke steering wheels? Thanks in advance.
Re: Vac-14 fenders in reply to cskent, 12-28-2010 11:44:12
I think the taller bracket is correct for your tractor. The parts book shows the same fenders for the VAC after 5570000(normally supplied with 34" rubber) and the VAC-14.These are the taller bracket.5570000 is also when they started the new style sheetmetal and u-joint steering. Most VAC-14's have 28" rubber,but still have the taller fenders. I can measure my fenders if you want me to. I would leave the 300 style steering wheel on it. I have a 1954 VAC-14 with the 300 style steering wheel.It looks original. Nick
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