35 foot plates fabrication and remade

  1. Youngd1213 New Member

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    cut remade and welded back to how the should be of a 35
     
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  2. MattH

    MattH Member

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    I was expecting to see plate 35' long!
     
  3. mr haynes Member

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    :clapping::clapping::clapping:
     
  4. pedrobedro

    pedrobedro Man at Matalan

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    Oddly enough so was I :D What do they fit on ?
     
  5. Youngd1213 New Member

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    They are of a Massey Ferguson 35 1964
     
  6. Turbo Member

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    I'm guessing that you use the tractor for scraping out, that usually rots the tin work quite rapidly!
     
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  7. cianh91

    cianh91 Member

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    They rot on all the 35s mine was used to pull boats in and out and even the rocker cover rotted off .
    That’s a nice job keep it more original the replacement ones you can buy aren’t as good there flimsier. Any pics of the tractor itself
     
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