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    I am piecing together the hot water heater mounted on the front fender. I am trying to find the Heater cover part number 8380650 (the box that goes around the heater on the fender.

    I am also looking for a set of fording kit stowage brackets

    I am also looking for the drawing or a reference part of the idler gear in the M37 CDN PTO. I want to look into having a small run of the gears made.

    any suggestions

    Thanks,

    Robert
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    If you come across a supplier of the fording kit stowage brackets please share.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soupermike View Post
    If you come across a supplier of the fording kit stowage brackets please share.
    Doesn't Midwest sell them?
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    VPW has the fording pipe stowage brackets (but not the forward 2 piece bracket). John at MWM used to have the 2 piece bracket, but they are gone and he is not interested in making any more.

    Good Luck with the heater parts! They are very difficult to find and complete kits haven't been seen since about 2013.
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