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bcdave

04-17-2014 19:03:45




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This is a spreader I just picked up. It's all working. Needs some new wood and some paint. The VA I really didn't need but I was made an offer I couldn't refuse. It's had a lot of work done and runs like top. The loader is a little big for a VA but is going to be very handy.
Dave

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BarryfromIA

04-18-2014 16:55:23




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 Re: New Toys in reply to bcdave, 04-17-2014 19:03:45  
Does it still have the shield on chain drive on the right rear side?



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jal-SD

04-17-2014 20:56:02




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 Re: New Toys in reply to bcdave, 04-17-2014 19:03:45  
I replaced the wood in my Model 20 IH spreader last fall with "plastic" deck material instead of wood. Looks good, worked out really well and it will probably outlast me. The only drawback was that the deck material is a full inch instead of 3/4 of an inch like wood. Minor adjustments to make it fit in some locations. It was less expensive than treated wood or cedar. (My $0.02 worth. jal-SD)

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lme

04-17-2014 19:33:16




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 Re: New Toys in reply to bcdave, 04-17-2014 19:03:45  
Nice looking tractor. Enjoy your new toys.



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