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went revearse scrapping friday


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Default Re: went revearse scrapping friday

Rod that Allis WD in post #6 looks to be very fixable, I wish it were closer as I still have some parts as I had one a few years back. I wonder what it would take to save it? I should have kept mine. F.J.W.
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I agree with FJ- the exhaust stack is even covered...

Rod- Figure out the cost to snag and drag it... and a place to stow it for a while, and I'll schedule myself through your area with a trailer.

FJ- I'll chip in some to help save it... if you make it into a runner, buy me out when 'ya can, and if not, my WD's got a transmission issue, it may need some parts.

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Those tires look good! My Allis needs new rubber. Where is this yard? Not sure its worth the gas to run after them, but new rubber isn't cheap either.
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i might make another trip on friday to pick up a few items i need. i'll pick up a couple
Rod ... here's the thread http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showthread.php?t=120246
I finished my Hay Rake wheels Yard Swing.
Thought yall might like to see it ... maybe build one of your own.

Glenn
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Wow. Where abouts is this yard at??? Parkersburg/ Marietta is pretty close to me.

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