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rkuik

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well, i know it looks rough, but for $25 he could not pass up. n i believe we can straighten out the one side.
i was wondering is this a #4 or not w/it being made by CCC. and where do i look up part numbers for it? i tried several areas on the CC parts look up site using the model plate.
and are the IH decals original to the trailer or did they add them?
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jkoenig

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If it was made by CCC, I can’t see the IH decals being correct or original. But I do like them.
 

kmorrow

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If it's not a #4, it'll do until one comes along. I have 2 #4s, and that one is mighty close.
 

mfrade

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Early on in the transition from IH to CCC - even the tractors built by CCC were using the IH labels. Trailers could be the same I'd think
 

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That cart looks very similar to an older Agri fab cart that I bought not too long ago. What I have noticed is that all the #4 carts I have seen pictures of used a round tube type hitch tongue on them but they could have changed at some point throughout production? What company manufactured the #1,#2,#3, and #4 carts for international?
 

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