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#1 Nebraska1206

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Posted 19 March 2010 - 08:12 PM

Guys, I'm in need of some pictures as to how a set of IH fenders attaches to an IH 2 post ROPS. I have a nice set of reconditioned IH fender tops, and I have a roll bar coming for the 1206, so I'd like to see how the two attach together, so I know how to bolt on my fenders.

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Posted 19 March 2010 - 08:30 PM

Guys, I'm in need of some pictures as to how a set of IH fenders attaches to an IH 2 post ROPS. I have a nice set of reconditioned IH fender tops, and I have a roll bar coming for the 1206, so I'd like to see how the two attach together, so I know how to bolt on my fenders.

Thanks in advance!

you should have the extra braces welded into them to support them correctely for rops fenders. if you look at a parts book it shows a defferent set for rops tractors

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Posted 19 March 2010 - 08:33 PM

Hmm. Well, these fender tops didn't come off a tractor w/ a ROPS, they were off an open station tractor. So, I'll probably have to do a lil modifying. Not like this tractor doesn't have a lil of that already! :lol:
'66 1206 puller, '67 1206, '67 1256, whats left of another '67 1256 (parts), & 682 Cub Cadet are mine; Dad has a 1066 B.S., 826D, 756D, two 706's w/ D310's, '53 Super M (stage 2), 1640 combine, and a 1650 Cub Cadet. All located in Northeast Nebraska.

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"Oh, you hate your job, oh my god, why didn't you say so? Ya know, there's a support group for that, it's called Everybody! They meet at the bar!" Drew Carey

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Posted 19 March 2010 - 10:02 PM

I don't have pictures right now, but the 2-post roll bar we ordered from the dealer had rectangular steel plates welded on to the roll bar uprights, drilled out for bolts, which held the fenders on. I guess that's how IH intended. The original axle mount brackets were removed from the original fenders.



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