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8 hours ago, HorseFixer said:

Turned out great Denny! :bow-blue: Been there done that! Its REWARDING RESURRECTING THEM FROM THE PITS OF HELL!  :text-yeahthat:

 

3 hours ago, JPWH said:

Very nice Denny. Looks like new.

Jay


Thanks, guys!

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I picked up a couple of nice finishing touches for my 520 a while back from Glen Pettit, the steering wheel insert and fuse block cover and very well made and you can't beat his service. Thank you Glen for all you do for our hobby!!
 

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Only just saw this thread today Denny (dont get on here very often any more!).  Really nice job!

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10 hours ago, sorekiwi said:

Only just saw this thread today Denny (dont get on here very often any more!).  Really nice job!

Thanks, Mike!

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Wow!.. Glad Mike drug this up. I missed it too. Denny, that looks great. Has there been any follow up since it's now a year later? 

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46 minutes ago, CasualObserver said:

Wow!.. Glad Mike drug this up. I missed it too. Denny, that looks great. Has there been any follow up since it's now a year later? 

Haven’t done much with it, Jason. I picked up a nice tall chute blower for it last summer and bought a cab last November that a buddy picked up for me. I still need to go pick up the cab and hope to get it mounted this summer. This is my snow machine. 

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Hey denny that's a nice looking tractor could you tell me how to get the Gage dash off of the tractor there's already pulled the steering wheel off and it appears there's a cone piece of plastic that needs to come off to get the other two levers off to pull it off but I wasn't sure how to get that off without breaking it thank you

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9 hours ago, oneroadkingman said:

Hey denny that's a nice looking tractor could you tell me how to get the Gage dash off of the tractor there's already pulled the steering wheel off and it appears there's a cone piece of plastic that needs to come off to get the other two levers off to pull it off but I wasn't sure how to get that off without breaking it thank you

Rick, it’s been a while and I’ve only done it once but I think you need to remove the access panel located under the ignition switch and unhook the motion control lever and the hyd lift lever and remove them before or with the dash. The plastic cone is attached to the plastic dash with 4 screws from the back side. 

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Rick, these are the only pics I had of how the lift lever and motion control lever hook up. Hope they help. 

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Okay thanks I will look into that today see what I come up with thanks

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I’m hoping to get this puzzle figured out and mounted before it gets cold. 

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There's a manual in files Denny that shows how it all goes together if you can't figure it out, other wise I have a copy I can get you.

Looks to be an Orginal Cab and new?? Gonna put lights on it?

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9 minutes ago, WHX20 said:

There's a manual in files Denny that shows how it all goes together if you can't figure it out, other wise I have a copy I can get you.

Looks to be an Orginal Cab and new?? Gonna put lights on it?

Thanks Jim, I have access to a manual. I’ts not new but I think in pretty good shape. Not sure about the lights right now, Some lights came with it but Not sure I’ll use those. We’ll see what my budget allows when I get to that point. 

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18 minutes ago, pullstart said:

@dclarke  this is original paint, right?  Awesome work!

Thanks... Yeah it’s original paint.

 

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I finally got the cab mounted, I painted the top and added a glass windshield and electric wiper. Next on the list is checking into heat/defrost and maybe lights.  I also replaced the brake shaft seal that was seeping and while I had the fender pan off I installed an electric fuel pump. 

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I'm not sure why your doors have such a wrinkle, mine doesn't fit like that.

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Hope we get some snow this winter.

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I can appreciate how much work you got into this girl Denny but 

1 hour ago, dclarke said:

Hope we get some snow this winter.

:angry-nono: :lol:

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