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littlemarv
Picked these two up during Christmas vacation. This one is the wrong color but that could be easily fixed, although its in such good shape I may just leave it be. Looks hardly used!


This one is missing the rod for turning the blade but that shouldn't be hard to fabricate.


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Talntedmrgreen
Great find! Couple very useful attachments there. I've been looking for an original FDT sleeve hitch and Simplicity moldboard. Those look great. My guess on the dozer modification is that someone used non-oem springs at some point and they were shorter. The springs on there now look to have come off an orange Simplicity dozer.

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