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  • Tins/ sheet metal

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    After looking at parts that I have, I realized I can put another tractor together but don’t have enough sheet metal. I’d like to have a long square hood tins, but not overly picky. Somewhere near me would be preferred. 

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    I've got a hood from a 1267. It's a little rough. Holes in the front for lights.

    You can have it for free but You'd have to pay the freight.


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    I'm not sure if a 1974 B100 is a long frame hood, due to being a medium frame tractor.. but likewise with EB. I'm just gonna cut it up for sheet metal if nobody wants it. 

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