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Thread: A walk through Dennis Poggensee's Salvage Yard in Colorado

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    You notice the D6 8U Farm cat. Unfortunately stuck (recently), but Dennis says he is going to tear it down and repair the engine. It was a very smooth runner. The can on the stack rusted through introducing water to the engine. But it is a semi-arid region of the country, so how bad could it be? Wish it were mine.
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    We are beginning the tour of one of the buildings housing parts and tractors.DSCN3033.JPGDSCN3032.JPGDSCN3031.JPGDSCN3034.JPGDSCN3055.JPG

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    Hi gwhdiesel
    I will be Colorado next month, would like Dennis location so I could go by to look for a blade that would go on a RD6.
    Thanks
    Ernieintucson

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    2034 County Road 17
    Brighton, Colorado 80603

    Not too far off I-25 and state highway 7.

    An easy GPS find.

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    thankyou for the photos, lovely machines,

    I have a 9k similar grader I could do with some small parts does he have an email contact ?

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    Default Thanks for the tour!

    A good general sheet metal shop can build the round tanks your looking for. Dimensions and pictures and you could get any thing you want built--those tanks would not be a problem to duplicate.
    BullDozerBob

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    Digger Dozer, no e-mail contact. Unfortunately, you'll have to either write or call him. I'll be talking to him again in a couple of weeks, and if you can post the part numbers and common names you need, and the serial number of your machine, I can print them out and hand them to him. You are so far away, and the cost of telephoning is probably high. GWH

    BullDozerBob, thanks for the suggestion. I don't think it would be hard to get the drawings from Cat for those tanks. GWH

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    thankyou GWH

    I will get a list together of some small parts thankyou 9k grader ( serial numer is different as it was an earlier model built under licence US 7th fleet , but the same as 9K )

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    GWH,

    I sent you a PM about Dennis' store-house of goodies.

    CMD

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