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what i did sunday afternoon

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17 years 2 months ago #3059 by willwingo
certainly not the "king of the obsolete" - maybe the prince of the obsolete?

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17 years 2 months ago #3061 by d814a
Replied by d814a on topic what i did sunday afternoon
Wow ,heat howser. Not a common sight.Good lookin.

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17 years 2 months ago #3069 by Al Letts
Really nice weather protection there. I'm sure it's the cat's meow for cold blowing snow.:D

AL
D2-5U-10614
other small excavating pieces as well.

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17 years 2 months ago #3074 by David Wills Cat 60
phildirt,

What's the history of the seat enclosure fitted on the tractor, I've never seen a picture of one before and I'm interested to know more about it?

Thanks, David

David & James Wills, Ex-Chapter 2
1948 D6 9U
1963 D6B 44A
1970 951A 63K
1940's Le Tourneau S3 Rooter

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17 years 2 months ago #3079 by King of Obsolete
that is the best way to spend a sunday afternoo, a little snow, a cat and a camera and us on the BB.

thansk

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17 years 2 months ago #3082 by gwhdiesel75
Looks like a heck of a lot of fun!! GWH

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17 years 2 months ago #3088 by willwingo
Replied by willwingo on topic heat houser
These were made mainly for farm tractors. I found this one NOS in Nebraska a couple of years ago and haven't been around to try it on.

All the parts were still intact- only the plexiglas windshield had shrunk about 2 inches and had to be replaced.

It fits quite well overall and has a flap for access to the pony. It really does sent quite a bit of heat back to the operator. It does not fit just right around the crossover pipe, but is ok.

The company is still in business in Iowa. They made the side curtains for my 60 a few years ago. I have been told that they are mainly in the porta- pond business for fire departments.

Just didn't have enough to do on sunday---

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17 years 2 months ago #3101 by Toolbox
Replied by Toolbox on topic what i did sunday afternoon
Heat houser's were very popular in my area before there were cabs. Everybody said that when wind the was at your face you would burn up, and when it was at your back you would freeze to death. But it was better than nothing.

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17 years 2 months ago #3110 by King of Obsolete
very nice houser, thansk for sharing

thansk

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