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hey Schotte - fender alert

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todd hamilton

01-02-2004 18:28:51

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Check out yt photo ad #55338 from Mark in Bonham Texas. Three different sets of Case fenders in restorable condition. Your tractor is going to catch cold running around without fenders!:^)

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Mike Schotte

01-02-2004 18:44:48

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 Re: hey Schotte - fender alert in reply to todd hamilton, 01-02-2004 18:28:51  
Hey Todd,

What you talkin' about, Willis? I've got fenders for two out my four tractors. And trust me, ain't nothing going to catch cold in Texas!(grin)

I added a set of fenders to my '49 SC two years ago. Having grown up without having them- they were a bit weird to get used to.

I just robbed the second set of fenders off of my '45 SC parts tractor to replace the missing set on the '49 DC-3 (which had it's fenders, lights and light bar stolen between the time I bought the tractor and the time I picked it up.)

Thanks for the tip on the classifieds- but I tried to get a chance to buy that Case stuff several times before it left it's original home. Not interested in dealing with any of it any further.

(sitting here eatin' some good pot roast and 'taters)

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todd hamilton

01-02-2004 18:58:00

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 Re: Re: hey Schotte - fender alert in reply to Mike Schotte, 01-02-2004 18:44:48  
Yup - when you have fenders you have to arc the spit of the tobacco juice to clear the top edge of the fender or aim your spit 45 degrees left or right (check wind condition prior to launch) and 30 degrees down to hit the open area between the dash and the rear wheels just beyond the brake pedals. Just sittin here and finished a Miller High Life (not Lite, not MGD, not Miller High Life Lite but the original Champagne of Beers) and will probably have another before the night is over.:^)

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01-02-2004 21:10:21

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 Re: Re: Re: hey Schotte - fender alert in reply to todd hamilton, 01-02-2004 18:58:00  
We talked about alot of tractors tonite, and alot of beer, enjoyed many of our Budweisers. Had many differences though on AC and Case, but i think I wone out on the Cases

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