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mel

03-05-2001 07:17:43




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Hey Guy's, I just bought an old windmill to park the tractors under to really give the place a nostalgic look. Anybody know anything about them??




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Kendall

03-06-2001 07:58:26




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 Re: More junk in reply to mel, 03-05-2001 07:17:43  
Farm Collector magazine recently did a feature story on windmills. It was either Feb or Mar issue, cant remember exactly. If you call them, they might sell you a back issue. Its a neat magazine, might want to subscribe.



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Johnny

03-05-2001 15:15:11




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 Re: More junk in reply to mel, 03-05-2001 07:17:43  
Mel, As a teenager I worked at my Dad's wood shop, I have made hundreds of pump poles and platforms for Aeromotor Co. painted them a putrid green and shipped them I believe to the Arkansas plant. Was in the late 70's and there was still a demand for these things. Johnny



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Bama Red

03-05-2001 13:51:23




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 Re: More junk in reply to mel, 03-05-2001 07:17:43  
Try this.



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Duner Wi

03-05-2001 13:44:58




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 Re: More junk in reply to mel, 03-05-2001 07:17:43  
Check out www.windmills.net/



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Chicken Geo.

03-05-2001 07:36:03




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 Re: More junk in reply to mel, 03-05-2001 07:17:43  
Yes,what do you want to know?



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mel

03-05-2001 08:00:24




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 Re: Re: More junk in reply to Chicken Geo., 03-05-2001 07:36:03  
I suppose after I see how much damage the years have taken, I will have to find a source of repair parts. That's really what I'm looking for.



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Chicken Geo.

03-05-2001 10:18:32




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 Re: Re: Re: More junk in reply to mel, 03-05-2001 08:00:24  
there are many brands/makers do you know if it's a BAKER/ heller-aller Co? A sioux? there are still parts being made for these, boy are you gonna get an education on windmills. What is the diameter of the wheel? do you have a tower with it?if so, is it a 3-leg or a 4-leg tower? you know these guys have a whole world of knowledge aint never seen so many helpfull people. luck, Geo.



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mel

03-05-2001 11:04:40




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: More junk in reply to Chicken Geo. , 03-05-2001 10:18:32  
As far as I know its a AERMOTOR. Not to sure about the diameter but it must be about 5' - 6'. It is really neat and I hope to get it restored along with my super C. Do you know of a website so I can quite wasting space on this board?? thanks mel



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The Red

03-05-2001 11:17:37




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: More junk in reply to mel, 03-05-2001 11:04:40  
Mel you can get parts for the aeromotor. I have the windermill site bookmarked at home but not at work. I'll email myself a reminder.



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mel

03-05-2001 12:23:10




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: More junk in reply to The Red, 03-05-2001 11:17:37  
Thanks Red!! I really appreciate the help. This looks like it might be a fun deal. hahahaha



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The Red with site. HEY MEL

03-05-2001 14:49:28




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: More junk in reply to mel, 03-05-2001 12:23:10  
Punch below!!



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The Red

03-05-2001 12:31:26




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: More junk in reply to mel, 03-05-2001 12:23:10  
Cha-Ching! :)



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