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Not yet , but hopefully pretty soon I don't want pester the guy to much since he is giving it to me. It's killing me not getting it yet , he's only a half mile down the road .
Finally got the 100 home . That being said it looks alittle to far gone to the rusty side, will be a lot of fabricating to fix the spreader. Perhaps a good project to learn on. I'll try to post some pics later . Feel free to chime in if it looks like a waste of time trying to fix it up.
It is racked a little because of the metal being rotten
Those side panels can be replaced with some sandkote and 1 sheet will do for the sides. The most expensive part is the bed chains as Bob mentioned. The second most expensive is the implement tires. What kinda shape are they in Other thing too, a lot of the structural is essentially simple steel angle iron, not hard to replace either and is probably what is causing the racking.
No. 100 Manure Spreader - 1950
The rims are in pretty bad shape, rotted around the valve stems. Hoping I could fix them. The tires are in really good shape for sitting as long as they did. The bar over the beaters is Swiss cheesed along with other parts that aren't the sheet metal and angle iron. I'm thinking about fixing it but still on the fence about it. The bed chain is about brand new the po put a new one in it when he got it. I'll take some more pictures tomorrow of the problem areas. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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