I have a restored rotary hoe from a Howard DH22 taking up space here waiting for the end of lockdown so it can be attached to the rest of the restored DH22. No messing about with Juniors, this is the Granddad in the Howard range.
I also have an even early DH22 with all metal wheels as a garden ornament at my front gate but someone hacked off the head using a gas axe.
The following user(s) said Thank You: cobbadog, PaulFH
No got back from the Postie trip (Brisbane-Normanton-Cooktown-Cairns) last week.
I have absolutely no interest in rotary hoes but when you look at something on Marketplace they decide you love that item so every time you do a general search they scour the world looking for Aardvarks or Flatulence Tablets just because you looked at it once. I only kept putting up the Howards because I know a lot of blokes like that stuff.
I know I have made a rod for my own back with all the attention I have paid to rotary hoes and will be plagued by them at the top of my searches until they are overtaken by G-Strings or whatever else I start looking for.
There is or was a burnt out DH22 Howard tractor at the Richmondvale Railway Museum near Cessnock NSW. Covid has stopped us going there for 2 years now but looks like it needs a lot of love and no one doing it.
Cheers Cobba & Cobbarette
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