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930 flip up hood

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05-16-2018 17:55:30

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Getting closer to being finished, I still have to add a few more hinges and weld everything together, and also a few gas struts, I cut the rad supports away from the side sheet metal so I could still use the rad supports. Ben

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05-17-2018 06:47:32

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 Re: 930 flip up hood in reply to 111, 05-16-2018 17:55:30  
From here, it looks like it will work.

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Bruce from Can.

05-17-2018 05:57:40

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 Re: 930 flip up hood in reply to 111, 05-16-2018 17:55:30  
Looks like a interesting idea, and I bet that implant engine would give that tractor some extra snort. Speaking of snort, havenít seen one of those ď Pork on your ForkĒ signs behind the tractor for a long time. Used to be little hog farms every where. I donít know if there is even one hog farm left in our county.

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05-17-2018 08:30:09

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 Re: 930 flip up hood in reply to Bruce from Can., 05-17-2018 05:57:40  
All the hogs moved to Iowa. We have about 6 times as many hogs as people in our state. Like you said, there used to be some hogs on about every farm. Now it is either no hogs or big sheds that house contract hogs for the big packers. Farmers put up the sheds as a way to provide work and income for the next generation on the farm and for the fertilizer from the manure. I was on a high spot on my farm a while back and counted 13 hog sheds (2500 capacity) within about 2 miles of where I stood. Whether we like it or not, that is how it is. On the original topic, that looks like a good fix on the 930. Should make working on it much easier. Good luck pulling.

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