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Cut Up Frame Rails On A Ford 6000

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04-02-2020 19:24:04




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I have a scrapped out Ford 6000 that has no chance of ever becoming a tractor again. I sure could use the two side rails for a project that including cutting them into shorter lengths.

Should I do that or am I making a bad decision?




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Ultradog MN

04-03-2020 04:43:45




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 Re: Cut Up Frame Rails On A Ford 6000 in reply to KCTractors, 04-02-2020 19:24:04  
I'd say if you can use them for SOMETHING it's better than scrapping them.
My brother used the frame rails from an Allis WD for gate posts. Has a lockable chain across an old driveway to keep the snowmobiles and ATVs out.



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Dieseltech

04-03-2020 03:29:38




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 Re: Cut Up Frame Rails On A Ford 6000 in reply to KCTractors, 04-02-2020 19:24:04  
Where are you located? I've got at least six of those laying around here, as Bern said those suckers are HEAVY!



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Bern

04-02-2020 22:38:25




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 Re: Cut Up Frame Rails On A Ford 6000 in reply to KCTractors, 04-02-2020 19:24:04  
I just sent two of them to the scrap yard myself. It was all I could do to pick them off the ground and throw them into the back of the truck.



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