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A couple of pretty sisters

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Ultradog MN

09-17-2017 16:04:36

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My cobbled up 4000/3500/4400 in front and Ken's 545 behind.
We just got done shooting a little paint on them.
Another couple of great days spent with my best friend.

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Tim Ploughnman Daley

09-19-2017 04:35:26

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 Re: A couple of pretty sisters in reply to Ultradog MN, 09-17-2017 16:04:36  
Ahhh, looks like we both use the same type of hi-tech paint booths...

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09-17-2017 17:48:51

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 Re: A couple of pretty sisters in reply to Ultradog MN, 09-17-2017 16:04:36  
Must have had a nice day for painting. Too windy here today.

What is the arched piece on the left side of your front axle?

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Ultradog MN

09-18-2017 01:32:32

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 Re: A couple of pretty sisters in reply to Royse, 09-17-2017 17:48:51  
It was nice here yesterday. But the leaves were falling off the black walnut tree and getting in the paint. Fortunately they are about the same color yellow :)
That arched piece is the front steering arm off a 3500/3550. Big heavy thing. I bought it from Wengers in PA. Shipping wt was about 45 lbs or so.

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