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  1. Gimlet

    Gimlet Farmall Cub

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    I still have a bunch of parts laying around that my wife is anxious for me to get rid of. I'll put this here for now, then will post in the FS section later this week.

    Brush Guard for stock front bumper (Scout II or Travelall)
    Rear step bumper with a welded on tow hitch that bolts under the frame for added strength
    T-14 3 speed in decent shape
    D20 Transfer case in good shape
    Scout II instrument panel with or w/o guages
    Entire D30 front end with drums, tie rod bar, drag link, etc. Essentially whole front clip w/ 3.73 gears.

    All of these things must go so I am willing to part with on the cheap. Let me know -
     
  2. jeff campbell

    jeff campbell Lives in an IH Dealership

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    tell her to stay out of your shop ! ?? LOL:D ( you don't go in her sewing room an tell her she don't this,n that ! ? )
     
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    Ha! Sadly no dedicated shop - it's all in the garage!
     
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    kennyw Farmall Cub

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    Can you post a picture of the Brush Guard? Kenny
     
  5. Gimlet

    Gimlet Farmall Cub

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    The first pic shows what the brush gaurd looks like. It's pretty heavy duty - I think the PO purchased the center posts, then welded up the outer frame using 1" square tubing. He sprayed it with a black texture paint (it's not bedliner). It's in decent shape, but if i were going to keep it I'd likely strip it down and have it powder coated.

    Honestly, it's a good piece, I just don't see the need for it right now and I'll likely upgrade to a more stout front bumper in the future with provision for a winch. I'm sure one of these days I'll kick myself for selling it, but in the meantime...

    Make me an offer on it as I said these parts need to go.

    For good measure, I've included some more recent pics of the rig in her current form _I've never posted any before. I'm still going to give her a respray and am awaiting the arrival of my rear swing out tire carrier. Still have to do interior, fix some leaks, and on and on and on (it never ends does it?).
     

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  6. jeff campbell

    jeff campbell Lives in an IH Dealership

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    OK, that's a lil bit different story then ! ? LOL, good luck ! best be buying some flowers or get that " honey do list " started an stay on it? will buy you some time . jeff:D:yes:
     
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    Thanks that is not what I was looking for. Kenny
     
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    Riverrat33 Farmall Cub

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    Could post a pic of the rear bumper if you still have it? Thank u
     

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