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bass

04-17-2016 19:05:59




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Jimmy, here is a photo of the port side side dresser on Charlie. Look like all I'm lacking is the drop tubes.
Next question? what color were they when they were new? I was thing Red with a IH white press wheel

Thanks again

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jim warehime

04-18-2016 06:31:50




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 Re: kub6040 in reply to bass, 04-17-2016 19:05:59  
All the toolbars on my planter were originally blue alot is nos and still has blue paint on it.



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bass

04-17-2016 23:03:13




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 Re: kub6040 in reply to bass, 04-17-2016 19:05:59  
they did come from you, i just turned them around

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bass

04-17-2016 21:00:03




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 Re: kub6040 in reply to bass, 04-17-2016 19:05:59  
thought about wacking them off, but they make good handles when mounting so im a gonna leave them that way; they aint in da way



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kub6040

04-17-2016 21:40:36




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 Re: kub6040 in reply to bass, 04-17-2016 21:00:03  
I didn't mean to whackem off I just never saw a bar like that one , I thought them front mounts came from me? Am I loosing my mind or just crazy as he!! ?



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bass

04-17-2016 20:56:04




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 Re: kub6040 in reply to bass, 04-17-2016 19:05:59  

it was facing forward when i got it and put the press wheels behind the axle; I turned them around which moved the whole runner forward the length of that bar. now the runner is centered in relation to the seed and fert. hoppers

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gene bender

04-17-2016 20:22:41




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 Re: kub6040 in reply to bass, 04-17-2016 19:05:59  
The one i have with the four row fert attch for an A ARE blue



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kub6040

04-17-2016 20:26:06




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 Re: kub6040 in reply to gene bender, 04-17-2016 20:22:41  
Gene is probably rite on blue however Ford's are blue and Charlie is red so you pick what you like , nice either way.



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kub6040

04-17-2016 20:28:44




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 Re: kub6040 in reply to kub6040, 04-17-2016 20:26:06  
Hey the outer bar with the bolt hole flange ,near rear tire , what is it haven't seen this part .



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