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Old 11-09-2008, 04:47:47 PM
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ID:	42984Here are pics of my Fordson Hadfield Penfield grader. The shovel in the back was my 1927 Fordson Universal Power Shovel. The track grader is a Hadfield Penfield crawler and the grader part is a Wehr.
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Ed this picture brings back a lot of memories. When I was a small kid visiting my grandpa in our small town. He had one of these graders in his yard. He ran it on the town streets. I sure liked to play on it and pretend. Thanks for the memories. Keith
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Nice grader, I have a friend with one out here in Kansas. Also what is the tractor with the red stering wheel and belt pulley in the back ground?? No hood over the engine. Thanks Wayne Walker
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I do not know or who belonged to. Maybe an old International. Maybe my buddy Clark may know.
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The tractor in question looks like an 8-16 IH to me. Neat Fordson conversions there!
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I thought maybe 8-16, but I do not know.
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was that the year the shaft broke? if Dan was there he would know who owned that
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