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Ed Kennell

Found these 12-14 gage steel  plates in the bottom of a tub of WH parts.

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ebinmaine

I haven't got the foggiest idea but I can't wait to see what this turns out to be

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Ed Kennell

I like yer thinkin Mike, but no cigar fer you.

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Digger 66

They were going to become  paddles for the new Wheel Horse walking-floor tow behind cart .

But the prototype was scrapped due to manufacturing costs :lol: .

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Ed Kennell

C'mon keep tryin!

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SPINJIM

Louvers for the grill of a D-180 ???

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953 nut
51 minutes ago, Ed Kennell said:

C'mon keep tryin!

OK,    :confusion-confused:         seems you have forgotten about the ill-conceived wind turbine attachment for the battery powered A-65 which would recharge the battery as you mowed the lawn by taking advantage of the wind generated by the mower.    Those are the turbine blades!       :ychain:

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Ed Kennell

Allllright….I knew it was just a matter of time till some genius perfected  a preputial motion machine.     And I own the prototype :woohoo:

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Ed Kennell
1 hour ago, Sparky said:

Paint swatches :lol: ! You fan em out and pick the patina you want!! 

 

 

         I'm still likin the   PATINA PICKER  idea.

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Sparky

What are the dimensions?

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Ed Kennell

Whaaat?, you want me to go out to the barn in the rain to mic the patina picker?          Will a guess do?    10" long x 3" wide at the big end and 2" at the small end 

The one long side is folded over 1/4".

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BOB ELLISON

Replacement plates for a combine rake. Maybe, not sure just guessing.

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Ed Kennell

Dunno Bob,  but I still like the sound of Mike's Patina Picker.

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pullstart

Bus stop fans blades.  Get hot at the big show?  (Can’t last too long, rain will be on the way soon!) Fire up a Kohler Thumper and let those sweat beads fly away!

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WHX22

Me thinks Sparkeye has got the swatch thing on the brain from be henpecked about window drape color!

I can just hear the conversation...

Sparky: Do they come in rust color? Ed's got these things I could tack together for a valence....

Mrs Sparky; NO

Sparky; Oh I like the IH red

Mrs Sparky; NO

Sparky; How bout the green & yellow? ....Packer colors???

Mrs Sparky; Abolutely Not.

Sparky: Why are you asking for my opinion when  you don't ........

Mrs Sparky; We are going with the mauve and that's final!

Sparky; SIGH

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tunahead72

That's kind of what I was thinking... Venetian blinds for the back window of your snow cab!

 

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wildman

I would have to say they are used for cutting dough.

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Shynon
17 minutes ago, tunahead72 said:

That's kind of what I was thinking... Venetian blinds for the back window of your snow cab!

 

I was on the same thought, sun visor for your snow cab.

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SylvanLakeWH

Tank tracks off the first and only prototype tracked WH...

 

Ended badly when the Ponds had a premonition and realized future WH collectors would have a very odd attraction to tires... Especially big rear tires...Some kind of size thing... really...odd...

 

And so they scuttled the idea and went with regular old tires so future :wh: collectors could spend hours posting about how big their tires are...what tread pattern they had...and how they were in the mud...on snow...grass...etc.

 

:twocents-02cents:

 

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953 nut

At this point if someone were to post the authentic original intention for these parts no one would take them seriously!    :P

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LengerichKA88
12 minutes ago, SylvanLakeWH said:

Tank tracks off the first and only prototype tracked WH...

 

Ended badly when the Ponds had a premonition and realized future WH collectors would have a very odd attraction to tires... Especially big rear tires...Some kind of size thing... really...odd...

 

And so they scuttled the idea and went with regular old tires so future :wh: collectors could spend hours posting about how big their tires are...what tread pattern they had...and how they were in the mud...on snow...grass...etc.

 

:twocents-02cents:

 

“Speaking of tires, I just got some..........”

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WHX22

Don't tell us Ed we're just getting rolling!

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formariz

They must not have anything to do with woodworking otherwise i would have already figure it out.:confusion-shrug:

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The Tool Crib
3 minutes ago, formariz said:

They must not have anything to do with woodworking otherwise i would have already figure it out.:confusion-shrug:

:text-yeahthat:

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