Blue Collar Rust

Started by Okanagan, May 18, 2022, 10:04:15 PM

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Okanagan





The saw blade below is at least 7 feet diameter.











Brothers from a different mother below, still shoulder to shoulder.


nastygunz

OH MAN, I Love old stuff like that. Fairbanks Morse is right across the river and up the road from me. That scale is part of an american history lesson.

https://www.fairbanks.com/company/history.cfm

FinsnFur

Definitely some cool stuff.

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pitw

Most of it is newer than what I use :doh2:, must be a wealthy area. :innocentwhistle:
I say what I think not think what I say.

nastygunz

that old tractor has some damn nice tires on it!

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Hawks Feather

Really neat pictures. Most looks like it is well used and 'just about' broken in. I am the weights and measure inspector for the county and there are two scales that resemble the Fairbanks model. They are not outside so they are not quite that rusty, but no mater what they look like they pass inspection.

Okanagan

Quote from: pitw on May 19, 2022, 05:32:48 PM
Most of it is newer than what I use :doh2:, must be a wealthy area. :innocentwhistle:

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