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Dale
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Ripper

Post #1 by Dale » Wed Oct 06, 2010 8:15 pm

The dirt got so hard and dry on the last pond job that I had to rip it. I barrowed this ripper from an outfit that I worked for over 50 years ago. I was'nt sure that they still had it as they have been out of business for 30 years. One of the son-in-laws said he seen it out behind the old shop sometime back. I looked for it and didn't find, later the son-in-law said he found it almost covered with weeds and dirt. I know it has not been used for over 30 years till I got it. I'd like to put a new tooth on it if I can find one. Below is some pictures of it. It was made by Aaron Mfc Co. of Okemah, Ok.
I checked these people out and nothing, maybe they went out of business or sold the rights to this ripper to someone else. Maybe some one on this forum knows something about this company.
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Re: Ripper

Post #2 by B100 LOADER » Wed Oct 06, 2010 8:37 pm

Solid looking ripper Dale.Not seen one like that before
Martyn


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