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Can someone here ID this Pan/Scraper? Military? Crawler?


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Default Can someone here ID this Pan/Scraper? Military? Crawler?

1st, whats the diff between a pan and scraper?

The only reason i think its military because of alot of green paint. I see were the brass id tag was. Has 6' cut edge, bowl around 5'deep? 9x20 tires. Seems to have small hyd lines, under 8-'6" wide. With the little I know about them it looks real good shape.
thanks for any help.
it's available, nw indiana.
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Default Re: Can someone here ID this Pan/Scraper? Military? Crawler?

Although the apron action isn't familiar, the general lines of this pan look pretty much like an Ashland. Lots of them made, primarily for farmers to use behind their tractors. Lotta sloughs were drained with such outfits.
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