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12-26-2012 12:57:20

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What is the major differences between the vao and the vao 15? also dose anyone have any pictures?thanks jim

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12-26-2012 14:48:54

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 Re: vao 15 in reply to Jimburgess, 12-26-2012 12:57:20  
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I believe wheat straw covered the diffs.
For your Info., here is the Dealer price sheet, dated 3/15./56.

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wheat straw

12-26-2012 15:02:24

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 Re: vao 15 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-26-2012 14:48:54  
Wow! Thanks for posting, those prices are interesting and seem cheap untill I look back at some of Dad's farm records from that era. Kinda frightening in fact.

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wheat straw

12-26-2012 15:06:11

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 Re: vao 15 in reply to wheat straw, 12-26-2012 15:02:24  
Can't believe I misspelled my handle twice in a row.

WHEAT STRAW, hey, i can do it. LOL

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wheat straw

12-26-2012 14:27:12

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 Re: vao 15 in reply to Jimburgess, 12-26-2012 12:57:20  
I just went back and looked again. Check out the 3 photos posted by Lewee and you'll see both sides of the vao15 and get a good view of the steering and tin.
Wheat Straw

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wheat straw

12-26-2012 14:20:58

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 Re: vao 15 in reply to Jimburgess, 12-26-2012 12:57:20  
Go to the tractor photos here on the left and do a search for "vao" and it will pull up 22 of them. The very last one is the older style with the drag link stearing and shows a good view of the left side. Go to the 56 vao15 and you will see the right side and see that it is the later tin of the va series. You cant see the steering but it is the same as the vac14. It has the u-joint steering.

Sheat Straw.

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chuck machinist

12-27-2012 15:06:42

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