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flambeau1

04-03-2011 11:11:51




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What year did case sc's go to a dc style clamshell fender? I have a '51 I bought recently and it has the smooth sc style fender. Is this correct?




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Don L.

04-04-2011 13:41:39




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 Re: sc fenders in reply to flambeau1, 04-03-2011 11:11:51  
2 ribs fenders , 1949, DC and SC both.
Don L.



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flambeau1

04-04-2011 15:12:37




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 Re: sc fenders in reply to Don L., 04-04-2011 13:41:39  
Thanks for the info. By chance do you know if John Saeli still has reproduction clamshell fenders or couldn't get em correct?



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namdc3

04-04-2011 14:10:27




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 Re: sc fenders in reply to Don L., 04-04-2011 13:41:39  
It must have been later in the year. Our SN 5302104 DC has the middle style.



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JimEvans

04-03-2011 16:30:45




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 Re: sc fenders in reply to flambeau1, 04-03-2011 11:11:51  
50 sounds right to me. SCs and DCs both changed at the same time.



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Glenn F.

04-03-2011 11:51:03




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 Re: sc fenders in reply to flambeau1, 04-03-2011 11:11:51  
1952, along with live pto and eagle hitch.

Glenn F.



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DKase

04-03-2011 13:00:39




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 Re: sc fenders in reply to Glenn F., 04-03-2011 11:51:03  
1942 is when they changed to the small clamshell fenders. I am not sure when they changed to the larger clamshell with the 2 ribs, but I do know they were on 50's. I have a 51 that is completely original with them on.



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Glenn F.

04-03-2011 15:35:00




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 Re: sc fenders in reply to DKase, 04-03-2011 13:00:39  
DK you're tight. I don't know what I was thinking. Our '51 DC, which Dad bought new, had the ribbed fenders.

Glenn F.



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namdc3

04-03-2011 15:57:31




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 Re: sc fenders in reply to Glenn F., 04-03-2011 15:35:00  
I don't know about the SCs, but 1950 was the first year for the late fenders on the DCs.



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