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Chris

03-26-2001 05:53:49




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Am currently repainting my IH 1206 and am curious as to how to redo the Farmall nameplates on the side and the smaller 1206-diesel ones on the lower sides. Does anyone sell new replacement ones or how is the best way to restore these? thank you




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sammy the RED

03-26-2001 15:21:17




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 Re: Nameplates for farmall in reply to Chris, 03-26-2001 05:53:49  
If you do replace it, keep the old one or put new one over the old one. That way you would be able to prove that that serial number belongs to that tractor.



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Lyle

03-26-2001 10:57:31




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 Re: Nameplates for farmall in reply to Chris, 03-26-2001 05:53:49  
If you look at this months issue of RED POWER MAGAZINE, you will see an ad for these name plates. There is no serial number on them. You will have to stamp the number on them yourself. Hope this helps, and if you con't get this magazine let us know and I will give you the name of the company.



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R.Williams

03-26-2001 08:27:03




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 Re: Nameplates for farmall in reply to Chris, 03-26-2001 05:53:49  
good question. I'm also working on several Farmalls. Two of them have very bad name plates. you can just make out the stamped serial number but nothing else and the edges are all eaten away. Are original IHC Farmall name plates available? Reproductions ? Where? How about the rivets or screws for the plates. One looks like it has brass rivets and the other looks like little steel screws. Where are these available?

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the tractor vet

03-26-2001 19:06:21




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 Re: Re: Nameplates for farmall in reply to R.Williams, 03-26-2001 08:27:03  
I think that everybody missed his point, we redo the emblems on most of the ones that we repaint, i mast them off and hand cut out the letters through the tape then spray paint the letters with ( yea you all are going to hang me ) I use John Deere BLITZ BLACK then let it dry for a day the mast off the letters and cut out the outside of the letters and spray paint the white. It takes alot of time to do a good job but it make a good paint job great.

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