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karl (mn)

04-02-2000 13:58:07




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fenders rusted off at the base of our 5000 (all-purpose).

sheet metal is too thin to weld according to grandpa. (only welder in family)

considering alternatives...such as fenders off other makes too. interested in row crop style w/ headlites in it. or rounded like original
anyone have suggestions for repair or replacement?
local salvage yard is pretty bare on fenders but they sell new "will fit" IH row crop fenders but they are spendy!!

-karl
on the wrong end of tractors!

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steve

07-03-2001 21:39:05




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 Re: fenders 5000 in reply to karl (mn), 04-02-2000 13:58:07  
If you are still looking for those fenders, I have them. Eather after market flat top with a spot for under the fender top headlights for about $165.00, or the MF flat top that I think you were talking about for about $180.00. I can also get the headlight frames for these for about $50.00 a set. (left and right) if you are interested e-mail me.



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Nathan

04-02-2000 17:38:13




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 Re: fenders 5000 in reply to karl (mn), 04-02-2000 13:58:07  
Karl, If they are rusted just at the bottom, you may be able to get some good metal welded to the base and extend higher than original. Then weld higher on fender where not rusted or bolt or pop rivet the fender on the good piece. But if you are concerned with looks, this may not be appropriate. Good Luck
Nathan



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Jim Krapf

04-02-2000 16:38:47




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 Re: fenders 5000 in reply to karl (mn), 04-02-2000 13:58:07  
Karl did you check out parts and supplies to left
on this page at the top.



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Jerry

04-02-2000 14:28:38




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 Re: fenders 5000 in reply to karl (mn), 04-02-2000 13:58:07  
Hello Karl
Im pretty sure the fenders can be welded.You would not want to do this with a stick welder
unless you have many years experence with it.
A mig will do the trick



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