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Re: Sold the 70

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07-18-2020 10:21:54

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I have lost all motivation to work on any of mine. I hope it comes back someday. I would like to have a 1800 A someday aswell but I dont have the drive to work on them right now.

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07-18-2020 10:48:07

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 Re: Sold the 70 in reply to Olliejunkie, 07-18-2020 10:21:54  
I put a brand new pair of 11.2 38 rear tires on my one owner 66 yesterday. I hated to do it, but one of the originals went bad on a tractor drive Memorial Weekend. I tried to find another decent matching 10 38, but couldn't, so I went with a new pair. I've got a two bottom Plow Master plow that I should fix up for plow days. It needs two tires, points and shins and needs the crank straightened.

If I could find an early 70 like the one that replaced the horses here, I think I could get right in to that. They demonstrated a new 1800A here for my uncle when I was a kid. I still remember sitting on Uncle Claud's lap and then Dad's on that thing. I'd love to have one here now to restore.

I've had a plan too for a while now to find another 1550 or 1600 and make it look as small and cheap as I can. I want to put a narrow front under it, 13.6 38 rears, clam shell fenders, a pan seat, small diameter muffler, just make it look the opposite of a muscle tractor. That's another project that I could get right in to if I had a tractor here to do it with.

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