Picked-up an SI military tractor the other day and was told there were fenders with it at one time. A couple brackets are there, but does any one have some decent pictures of the fenders. The brackets don't look like CASE due to no cast iron or part numbers. Also the previous owner said he saw some that were more like steel plates with a round grip on the top and did NOT go over the fender. Most of the images on the web don't have fenders on the SI military ones. Hopefully someone can help me out.
Re: SI Fenders in reply to Nedd, 04-17-2012 19:10:44
thats over the top , looks good , i had a old moleen industrial tractor years ago , i used it to pull logs up a hill to where i loaded them on a old hay wagon with out the deck , them low profile tractors are climbers
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