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Thanks to Austen and everyone else involved ( He didn't mention names) to getting the Eddleman brand its own section. Even though they were a mostly regional manufacturer, I feel some of their innovations had a big impact in the mower field. I dare say that there are still hundreds still out and being used. Just last week while I was at the shop, three came in to be worked on. A 62, 65, and a 68. Not bad for two brothers who started building mowers while working in a textile mill. Until I showed up here, you probably didn't know they existed.:rolleyes: Hope I've taught ya something.:D
 

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You bet! ;)

It was a great idea. Not only does it help make the forum more organized but it gives others the incentive to talk about the brand too.

You're right, I didn't know anything about Eddlemans until you introduced them to us. :2th:
 

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We're always ready for the bell to ring letting us know that another of Professor Smitty's classes on Eddlemans is about to begin. :ThumbUp:

The Classroom; 1900’s.jpg

Thanks for all your great posts and pictures.
 

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Thanks for taking the time to share your experience's with these classic pieces of equipment. :2th:
 

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The thanks go to you, Smitty. With your time and passion, you have preserved some pretty cool machines......and educated quite a few along the way. We're lucky to have you :2th:
 

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The thanks go to you, Smitty. With your time and passion, you have preserved some pretty cool machines......and educated quite a few along the way. We're lucky to have you :2th:
:ditto:

I'd never heard of an Eddleman until I saw your collection!
 
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