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Avery 18-36


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Old 10-23-2007, 09:45:04 PM
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I believe I might have a pair of rear extention rims for an 18-36 Avery that I would trade for a pair to fit one of my other tractors. Let me know if you are interested in talking...
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Well everybody an update on the averys yes thats 2 we have 2 rolling chassis we got a rad. from ND rear wheels from Ne a head from Oh last week picked up the cam towers from the casters in Ricelake Wi they look great by the way there now in Heartland Wi waiting to get machined.
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Here are some pictures of the camtowers hope this works Click image for larger version

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[QUOTE=Craig A;246162]The head that sold there was guessed to be for a 5-10 Avery. If any one knows where that head for the 5-10 avery is I could use it on a tractor if have. Thanks Rob
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