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Bruce(OR)

05-22-2020 21:03:47




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It came with the 8N tractor.
Rusted up does not need to be said. Already soaking with penetrating oil. One of the 3pt pins is pre-bent for my convenience. Dash has the light switch on the upper left, The key switch is mounted straight. When I first looked at it it, my eyeballs must have been skewed. Sheet metal is surprisingly straight. Gauges are not original, Steering wheel bent like a pretzel and tough as nails to turn.


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WayneIA

05-23-2020 18:28:30




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 Re: Free Back Blade.... in reply to Bruce(OR), 05-22-2020 21:03:47  
When ever a picture of that Arps blade shows up always reminds me of the time, 70 some years ago when my Dad drove home a new 8N with that new red Arps blade attached, and I got to push snow. Talk about a proud 14 year old.



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David Snipes

05-23-2020 17:15:53




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 Re: Free Back Blade.... in reply to Bruce(OR), 05-22-2020 21:03:47  
Where in Oregon are you?



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Bruce(OR)

05-24-2020 19:19:18




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 Re: Free Back Blade.... in reply to David Snipes, 05-23-2020 17:15:53  
Depends on your locale.
Portland metro.
Hillsboro,
North of Hillsboro,
North of 26
North of Helvetia tavern.
South of 30..
Top of Cornelius Pass and turn onto NW Skyline Blvd. Top of Logie Trail Just off Skyline. Logie trail is fantastic road. 3 hair pin curves, rises 1100 feet in 1.5 miles. Unincorporated county road is 55 MPH. One section of Logie can reach that speed. Other sections might not. Your in the neighborhood.
That would be Logie trail just past Cornelius Pass on Hwy 30 going towards Scappose. I fall off the hill to either Hwy 26 or 30.

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David Snipes

05-25-2020 17:15:27




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 Re: Free Back Blade.... in reply to Bruce(OR), 05-24-2020 19:19:18  
I found you on the YT map. It's a bit farther than I would like to go. I was hoping for eastern Oregon, thanks anyway!



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