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2150 toolbox and front weights

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Larry duda

09-13-2017 06:12:39

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Finally made toolbox mounting bracket and mounted some front weights

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Adam Suess

09-18-2017 23:36:30

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 Re: 2150 toolbox and front weights in reply to Larry duda, 09-13-2017 06:12:39  
Nice! It looks great! I'm not sure if mine ever had the tool box but it's now on the list to be added.

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B A Star

09-13-2017 19:22:16

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 Re: 2150 toolbox and front weights in reply to Larry duda, 09-13-2017 06:12:39  
Larry: Saw your 2150 at Rantoul, you did a very good restoration the way it should be done.   Like the details with the new hardware really sets it off.

As my friend and I walked around I told him to reach inside the front frame, most had not removed the engine and cleaned and painted the inside of the frame!

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larry duda

09-13-2017 19:52:31

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 Re: 2150 toolbox and front weights in reply to B A Star, 09-13-2017 19:22:16  
Thanks, this was a complete nut and bolt restoration. If you followed my pictures over the last year you will see I had everything apart on this tractor as there were a lot of parts bad on this tractor. This was the fourth tractor I did like this. One was a neighbors and the other 3 were mine. This was the first one where everything from 3 point to the radiator was bad, but I am pleased the way it came out. Eventually I will get the front spacers blasted, painted, and on the tractor so the front tires line up with the back. I have a 566 plow with a true on land hitch that I want to restore to go with this tractor. As I have stated earlier you have to see this tractor in person to really appreciate it. I was gonna put it in the dirt but the way it turned out I don't have the heart to do it.

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Adam Suess

09-18-2017 23:48:49

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 Re: 2150 toolbox and front weights in reply to larry duda, 09-13-2017 19:52:31  
Larry. Do you have a picture of the plow? I have a 568 on land I was thinking of fixing up to use with my 2150 but the front wheel has been modified to free swivel. I believe it should have been steered with a linkage at one time and I wounder what that would have looked like? Thanks

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09-13-2017 10:51:00

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 Re: 2150 toolbox and front weights in reply to Larry duda, 09-13-2017 06:12:39  
I love to see the paint on this tractor. Was that toolbox rotted out on the bottom?

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larry duda

09-13-2017 16:36:56

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 Re: 2150 toolbox and front weights in reply to Married2Allis, 09-13-2017 10:51:00  
I got the box off ebay. It was in good shape, The box was missing on the 2150 when I bought it. Mitch P. sent me the measurements of the mounting bracket. I made the mounting bracket. Thew tractor had a POS cab on it when I bought it. I think the boxes mount different if there was a cab.

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09-13-2017 07:18:11

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 Re: 2150 toolbox and front weights in reply to Larry duda, 09-13-2017 06:12:39  
nice, want do 1850 for me, it was last tractor bought new by my dad, i spent alot hours on the unit. i now have back.

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