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Silverís No 1 clean cut blower


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Default Silverís No 1 clean cut blower

Picked this up for our club this arvo, Iím pretty sure itís a silage blower for filling silos as there is concrete feed silos on the property. Google turned up nothing, anyone know anything about them.

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Silver Manufacturing Company in Salem, Ohio made these types of things. Try that.
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looks like silage to me, way cool....
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