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Early style two-cylinder Kinnard Haines Tractors


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Old 12-23-2015, 11:53:38 PM
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Tim,

No, did not find any new parts or even leads. I haven't made any new parts yet either, too busy with other projects. I am slowly working on modeling the entire tractor with CAD and have about 40% finished. The frame itself has been taking a lot of time because of all the unknowns.

I attached two pictures showing the collection of parts as they are now. There are a few 20-35 FC parts and possibly a few things that are something else entirely. It may not look like much but I am excited to get started on this project.


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I thought you were behind this but forgot to ask when I met you. Any new castings or progress?
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Hi Tim,

It was nice meeting you at Rollag. There have been a few more castings poured. More is in the works but will take awhile yet. The goal for now is to start assembly next fall.
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