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2020.01.17 Rust Pic

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kcm.MN

01-16-2020 22:30:22




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Minneapolis Moline RTU with Lull loader (looks like there might be a little bit of rust underneath that red paint)




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RedMF40

01-17-2020 07:43:23




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 Re: 2020.01.17 Rust Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 01-16-2020 22:30:22  
[quote="CVPost-dairyman"](quoted from post at 06:49:27 01/17/20) Looks like it?s an industrial so would be an RTI the flange is for
duals.
Thanks, I was wondering about that,

Gerrit in Maryland



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dairyman

01-17-2020 05:49:27




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 Re: 2020.01.17 Rust Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 01-16-2020 22:30:22  
Looks like itís an industrial so would be an RTI the flange is for duals. We have one though it needs work.



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Paul Janke

01-17-2020 02:11:53




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 Re: 2020.01.17 Rust Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 01-16-2020 22:30:22  
It looks like it needs those tire chains because the bucket is far enough ahead of the front axle that each pound picked up will be two pounds on the front tires and one pound less on the rear tires.



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JMOR

01-17-2020 02:05:07




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 Re: 2020.01.17 Rust Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 01-16-2020 22:30:22  
Bucket looks too big for rest of machine. Just my opinion.



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Traditional Farmer

01-17-2020 03:22:52




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 Re: 2020.01.17 Rust Pic in reply to JMOR, 01-17-2020 02:05:07  
Probably for sawdust or mulch.



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JMOR

01-17-2020 02:04:53




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 Re: 2020.01.17 Rust Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 01-16-2020 22:30:22  
Bucket looks too big for rest of machine. Just my opinion.



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RedMF40

01-17-2020 01:22:22




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 Re: 2020.01.17 Rust Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 01-16-2020 22:30:22  
be nice to see a log-holder welded on to stow the piece of wood when it's not holding up the loader. Bucket is chained up, too. Curious about the big flange sticking out the rear wheel--for weights, duals??



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svcummins

01-17-2020 00:19:20




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 Re: 2020.01.17 Rust Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 01-16-2020 22:30:22  
Those are some big ol chains she oughta get a grip with those on



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