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Interesting orchard fenders

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Mike St. Martin

12-22-2015 00:48:53




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Interesting orchard fenders, were these a Ford factory option, 3rd party or shop built?




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crazy in vt

12-22-2015 14:27:54




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 Re: Interesting orchard fenders in reply to Mike St. Martin, 12-22-2015 00:48:53  
I had a pair of identical fenders on a Ford 800 diesel tractor that I parted out three years ago. I advertised the fenders for sale for $100 each for 16 months with zero interest. Eventually I tossed them in the scrap dumpster.



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Sean in PA

12-22-2015 06:46:00




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 Re: Interesting orchard fenders in reply to Mike St. Martin, 12-22-2015 00:48:53  
On second look, another difference is the Ford fenders look like the outer plate screws to the fender body, and the ones in that craigslist ad look welded in place.



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Sean in PA

12-22-2015 06:40:52




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 Re: Interesting orchard fenders in reply to Mike St. Martin, 12-22-2015 00:48:53  
According to the parts site, Ford did make orchard (& grove) fenders for the '63-'64 4000, and those do look a lot like the ones in the parts diagram, except that from the looks of them in the parts diagram, the Ford fenders didn't lean forward like those:

Ford 4000 63/64 Orchard & Grove sheet metal & grill

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Kirk-NJ

12-22-2015 02:23:49




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 Re: Interesting orchard fenders in reply to Mike St. Martin, 12-22-2015 00:48:53  
I would think aftermarket. I think that the owner is in a big blueberry section of the state so they may have been used for that. Looks like it's priced to sell.

KIrk



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