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Old 08-22-2014, 09:24 PM
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Default EZ RAKE front dethatcher and carts

this is cool,the carts look like IH ones....
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I really think Ohio steel made the IH carts. I'd like to know for sure. I'd also like to know who made the tillers, decks, front blades..... because it wasn't IH. Look at the older JD blades and rear tillers. They look an awful lot like our IH stuff....
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Yes, ohio steel made the ih carts.
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I have the larger model 1050 but it is red. Hmmm?
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