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801 Owner need pics of DECALS LOCATIONS.

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corvetttteguy

10-23-2019 16:59:33




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I have an 841 - originally a Sherman Back Hoe and

Ford LOADER. I have Re-powered with a 172 engine.

Installed all Hydraulics and 3 point. Have it running

with no major issues. And was amazed that

my transplanted hydraulics and piston pump

immediately lifted the 3 point without hiccups.

I have 'soundguy's' listing of the locations of the

600 -800 and 601-801 Decal set.

I will follow the 600-800 locations for my

now 841 but I am confused with the under hood

decals placement. It looks like proof meter, vented cap,

fuel valve, and battery, are all located on the underside

of the hood.

Wording says proof meter 4" back from hinge brace.

(which? front?) (That is pretty far from the instruments.)

Then other decals back from it.

(What direction is back?)

If someone can post a few pictures it would help me out.

Searching internet pictures with google finds none.

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corvetttteguy

10-27-2019 16:08:53




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 Re: 801 Owner need pics of DECALS LOCATIONS. in reply to corvetttteguy, 10-23-2019 16:59:33  
George told me that applying decals on the 100 series

tractors was not set in stone till many years later.

Often assemblers would wing it on the assembly line

and they are often moved from where people

think they should be.

I followed the instructions on the

800 series for under the hood and came up

with the following.



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corvetttteguy

10-24-2019 04:43:29




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 Re: 801 Owner need pics of DECALS LOCATIONS. in reply to corvetttteguy, 10-23-2019 16:59:33  
[quote="Sean in PA"](quoted from post at 04:13:22 10/24/19) Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

I'll call George



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Sean in PA

10-24-2019 04:13:22




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 Re: 801 Owner need pics of DECALS LOCATIONS. in reply to corvetttteguy, 10-23-2019 16:59:33  
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Wow, sounds like you saved it from a cruel previous owner.

As Tim said, have you tried calling George Bradish? Simply because his web site doesn't have the pictures that you're looking for doesn't mean that he doesn't have the knowledge that you seek.



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corvetttteguy

10-24-2019 03:33:39




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 Re: 801 Owner need pics of DECALS LOCATIONS. in reply to corvetttteguy, 10-23-2019 16:59:33  
[quote="CVPost-Tim PloughNman Dal"](quoted from post at 02:02:35 10/24/19) I'm not certain but would think all 800's have the same decal placements. George Bradish sells many repop decals and he would know - call him. LINK at bottom.

I went to Bradish

As far as I can see he has all the decals plus more.

But nowhere can I find illustrated instructions.

"A picture is worth a thousand words."

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corvetttteguy

10-24-2019 03:29:15




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 Re: 801 Owner need pics of DECALS LOCATIONS. in reply to corvetttteguy, 10-23-2019 16:59:33  
An 841 had a 172 engine to begin with. The term Re-power generally means, at least to me, that the original engine was replaced with something different.[/quote]

In my case I am correct. When I bought the backhoe it came

with a 1968 CJ5 engine. (sheet metal crank pulley)

(starter on opposite side) (Pump on the PTO). (boat gas

tank). It wasn't long before it was

inoperable.

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Tim PloughNman Daley

10-24-2019 02:02:35




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 Re: 801 Owner need pics of DECALS LOCATIONS. in reply to corvetttteguy, 10-23-2019 16:59:33  
I'm not certain but would think all 800's have the same decal placements. George Bradish sells many repop decals and he would know - call him. LINK at bottom.


Tim *PloughNman* Daley(MI)

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Sean in PA

10-23-2019 19:29:49




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An 841 had a 172 engine to begin with. The term Re-power generally means, at least to me, that the original engine was replaced with something different.



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