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I got my PTO cover and grille piece put on the H last weekend and I think it really helps the tractor! The grille piece was too many shades to bright of red so I "massaged" it so it would blend in better.
Without PTO cover

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Both parts make a big difference. Both look great. :) ;)
 

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Thanks! I was so pleased with how they both turned out looking, the grille piece i dusted with brown primer and strategically smeared some grease on :lol:
 

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Stephenscity said:
0000 steel wool will age it too!!! They look great just like they belong!!!
The PTO cover went on like it belonged but the grille piece was waaay too red :lol: I love that tractor even though I said I would never own an H when I saw it I knew I was in trouble
 

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Thanks! I was so pleased with how they both turned out looking, the grille piece i dusted with brown primer and strategically smeared some grease on :lol:

Now you have to remove all the grease when you paint it :eek: ;)
 

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Derich I think they both look great. The PTO shield is spot on and the grill piece looks like a good match to me. I know I've said it before but I think it bears repeating I like that H.
 

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OK just an after thought but why is that small section of grill a seperate piece? Why was that to be removed? Just curious!!
I think it got removed when the original owner hung the cults on it.....tossed it away I guess
 

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bertman said:
DerickS said:
Thanks! I was so pleased with how they both turned out looking, the grille piece i dusted with brown primer and strategically smeared some grease on :lol:

Now you have to remove all the grease when you paint it :eek: ;)
I am NEVER painting this one ;)
 

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DerickS said:
Stephenscity said:
OK just an after thought but why is that small section of grill a seperate piece? Why was that to be removed? Just curious!!
I think it got removed when the original owner hung the cults on it.....tossed it away I guess
No I was wondering why was it suppose to be removable?Had to be a reason.
 

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The "new" parts do look great Derick.....but where IS the picture of the turkey ????? :D :D
I brought a 24 in barrel sluggster by accident instead of my 28 inch barrel bird gun with a full choke.....3 shots too far and the turkeys were laughing at me :lol:
 

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Stephenscity said:
DerickS said:
Stephenscity said:
OK just an after thought but why is that small section of grill a seperate piece? Why was that to be removed? Just curious!!
I think it got removed when the original owner hung the cults on it.....tossed it away I guess
No I was wondering why was it suppose to be removable?Had to be a reason.
It does look good Derrick. :D
Mike, There was a "tongue" for better words, that mounted to the steering shaft there, to connect the "Steerable" cultivators to.
Grandad's H always had it on. He used the H to cultivate the cornfield. My brother and I called it a duckbill when we were kids, cause that's what it looked like to us. ;)
 

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bettyp said:
I believe you got it like you like it and that is what counts.
Thanks Betty :D
 

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Oh. Ok Thanks now I get it!!!!
See! I wasnt too far off :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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soundguy said:
cn i see some more fender shots please!

( looks nice! )
Sure let me look some up
 
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