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jeff 46096 95 3 Steiger's either
3 Steiger's
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Were all three of these tractors series III Steigers? The
one looks a little different? Were these taken in MI, if
so, where abouts? Thanks!! Steve from Ohio!!
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The left and right ones are surely series III Steiger. The
middle one might be a series II, or it just may be another
series III. Anyway, it must be very proud to own so many
Steiger 4WDs :-P
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The paint on the tractor looks like a series three but the
back fenders on the tractor are low like a 2200 or a Series
one tractor. There are no steps down the right side of the
tractor that I can see like the other one. Hard to tell?
Thanks!!

4WDman
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Not a 2200, looks like a samll Bearcat or something. The
smaller series three tractors are a little different.

4WDman
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Yeah~~ I checked once more the rear fender of the middle
one, and now I can tell it's not a series III Steiger. Also
note the lower margin of the rear window of the cab: the
margin seems to be a litter higher than the lower margin of
side windows, a character of series II Steigers.

More likely to be a series II than a series I. And I'm just
wondering what's behind the cab? That green object gives its
appearance of an air-filter, though we all know the
air-filter could never be there... :-\
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Today I checked the pics of series I Steiger in my computer,
and now I'm quite sure the middle one that we've been
talking for long is, a series I Steiger.

Look at the pic of Super Wildcat I below, and you'll surely
notice the apparatus behind the cab(blue arrow). On the
middle Steiger that's the one I've mentioned before which I
couldn't explain. Then I noticed behind almost every cab of
series I there's such a thing.

Just wondering what it is... There are some hydraulic pipes
connected to it, so it may be the hydraulic oil tank(from
left it looks like a tank) or some controlling part
associated w/ hydraulic system.
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