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This old tractor came up for sale. I was wondering if anyone knows if the rear fenders are correct or not? I have never seen anything like them before. If they are a original option then I just might buy it. Thanks.
 

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I don't think those fenders are original, at least I've never seen any like that. Now watch, as soon as I post this someone will come along and post a picture of an original sales brochure showing those exact fenders and prove me wrong.
 

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Ahhh... that's why they didn't look familiar. Looks like some previous owner added some sort of brackets to get them to cover more of the tires. Actually a good idea if you operate in mud very often.
 

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Ahh I see clearly now. I bet the fenders are off and just sitting on the tires. I haven't had a chance to go look at it yet. Grass is already growing here in WA and I cant keep up with consumer needs. I have a 25hp Kohler V-twin that would love to be in that old girl. I best try and find some time to go buy it soon. It's a give away price of $50.
 

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That plow would cost you about $100-$150 around here,and you rarely see one that hasn't been beaten up badly or rusty!..never mind the tractor--the few Suburbans on craigslist ,etc here are listed for $300 and up--mostly up,and few are in good running condition,they need the usual "bringing back from the dead"--clean the carb,fix the 4 flat tires,hope the engine runs good--..
 
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