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Old 06-18-2015, 01:20 PM
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Default F/S (actually, free) Ford PTO shaft cover

My Dad is selling his farm. Amongst other things, I found and now have a screw on PTO shaft cover for a Ford.

Looking online, it fits models:
Tractors: 600,601,801,900,2N,8N,9N,NAA,2000,3000,4000,5000

I don't have any use for it since the Ford is long gone.

Will give to first FF member with at least 100 posts (an active member). Item is free, you pay shipping. Must be patient since the post office is miles away in the wrong direction for my normal travels. Send me a PM if you want it. First come, first serve.

Here's an internet picture of what it looks like. The one I have is painted orange and the paint job isn't the best. The item itself is in good condition.

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