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Ferguson I D plates on equipment

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Ron Albart

03-22-2020 08:40:29




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How are I D plates pins installed & removed?
Does anyone fabricate new plates?
Thanks




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Kirk-NJ

03-25-2020 02:06:01




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 Re: Ferguson I D plates on equipment in reply to Ron Albart, 03-22-2020 08:40:29  
George has them



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Charles in Aus.

03-23-2020 22:34:28




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 Re: Ferguson I D plates on equipment in reply to Ron Albart, 03-22-2020 08:40:29  
Once removed you will find a white oxidation on the rear of the plates . This is difficult to neutralise without affecting the underlying metal . A scotchbrite pad and vinegar on the rear will work if you are careful , nothing on the front or you will loose all the details . Once washed in soapy water and dried a clear coat will seal it from further deterioration .
If you want to you can accentuate the black areas with some Humbrol model paint , but it takes an age and a straight and steady hand to do this .

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Charles in Aus.

03-23-2020 00:47:36




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 Re: Ferguson I D plates on equipment in reply to Ron Albart, 03-22-2020 08:40:29  
The rivets are made from the hardest toughest steel known to man ! :x Whereas the plates are the thinnest lousiest alloy ever produced . Don't even think of trying to drill them , all you will get is broken drill bits and holes in your fingers . I have sheared them off with a sharp cold chisel , ground the surface flat [ it's usually rusty underneath anyway ] and then drilled new holes .



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miner09

03-22-2020 19:05:41




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 Re: Ferguson I D plates on equipment in reply to Ron Albart, 03-22-2020 08:40:29  
Iíve ordered from the UK but there available in USA. Try to find info just canít remember where. Iíve never taken those off probably have to heat to remove rivet



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graham_in_NJ

03-22-2020 09:23:38




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 Re: Ferguson I D plates on equipment in reply to Ron Albart, 03-22-2020 08:40:29  
You can try here:

https://www.vintagebrassplates.co.uk/

Probably righteous $$....



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Ron Albart

03-23-2020 15:35:08




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 Re: Ferguson I D plates on equipment in reply to graham_in_NJ, 03-22-2020 09:23:38  
Thanks for the info.
55eu for ID plate, rivets & delivery.
What product can be used to clean the I D plates?



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