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part time pete

03-15-2019 06:00:21

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 Re: Friday in reply to kcm.MN, 03-14-2019 22:06:48  
Amazing that a 50+ year old design concept is still relevant and useful. I guess that means it was a good design..

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03-15-2019 03:40:52

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 Re: Friday in reply to kcm.MN, 03-14-2019 22:06:48  
Waiting for Majorman to post on this one as a lot of these Bean tractors were sold into Norfolk for drilling and hoeing carrots. Ford 8hp side valve car engine and 3 speed gearbox with reduction gearing. Most rallies I attend here in Eastern England will have one or two attending and some of them have been nicely restored. MJ

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03-15-2019 04:37:51

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 Re: Friday in reply to MJ in the UK, 03-15-2019 03:40:52  
The people who had them in my area was a company called Rowe and Manchet, big vegetable growers. They used them for planting with Bean drills on the tool bar, at least 6 rows. the drill would plant anything from carrots to broad beans depending on the size of holes in the disc. I still use one, a push version single row. The toolbars used to be brought into the garage where I was working for service repairs, I have worked on a few of those Ford engines in my time!

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03-14-2019 23:08:40

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 Re: Friday in reply to kcm.MN, 03-14-2019 22:06:48  
They were like the Allis Chalmers G. There is a company coming out in 2019 with a new AC G copy.

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03-14-2019 22:58:47

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 Re: Friday in reply to kcm.MN, 03-14-2019 22:06:48  
The Bean is bigger than that ad leads on. 1940ís vintage, rear engine, Ford power plant.

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