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Faber6071

07-21-2002 17:20:56




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I posted about a year and half ago about going to Alabama to pick up my wife's grandfather's A. I've been knocking away at it bit by bit and I have it running pretty good. I just took off the fenders and they were rusted badly. I'm going to take them to a welding shop but I suspect I'll have to get new ones. Anybody have any idea about the cost and where the best (and cheapest) place to buy the fenders would be? Thanks in advance.

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derby58

07-23-2002 07:44:57




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 Re: fenders in reply to Faber6071, 07-21-2002 17:20:56  
I don't know if you will see this but there is a set in the classifieds at a fair price.

$75.00 for the pair. I paid $90.00 for mine



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David

07-22-2002 15:33:31




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 Re: fenders in reply to Faber6071, 07-21-2002 17:20:56  
Try the tractor barn in Brookline MO 1-800-383-3678. I have been getting some parts there. They have alot of Farmalls out back. I bet they have what you want. www.tractorbarn.net



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Jcnc

07-22-2002 12:44:03




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 Re: fenders in reply to Faber6071, 07-21-2002 17:20:56  
I got new fenders for an "H" from Steel Wheel Ranch. They looked fine (you have to paint them), and I thought the price was reasonable........



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ScottyNY

07-22-2002 07:48:14




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 Re: fenders in reply to Faber6071, 07-21-2002 17:20:56  
If you go the new route, you might inquire of Little Red Tractor Company. I know he has them, but not sure of the price. Prices are reasonable, though, and service is great.



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Mike

07-22-2002 07:23:52




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 Re: fenders in reply to Faber6071, 07-21-2002 17:20:56  
Try finding a used tractor parts or salvage yard in your area. Otherwise you can buy new ones, might not be a perfect OEM fender. Try Value-built.com $250 each ouch!!!



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