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  • kev91's Avatar
    Today, 10:34 PM
    Forum Bug and Error Thread Hey all... Everyone can post any site issues/errors here now. Be as specific as possible. Also new features will...
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    Today, 08:03 AM
    Forum Bug and Error Thread Hey all... Everyone can post any site issues/errors here now. Be as specific as possible. Also new features will...
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  • Grizz's Avatar
    Today, 07:59 AM
    Grizz replied to a thread "52 blowback on rebuild in John Deere
    still easier to let the cleaner hone the cylinders first, and then if that doesn't cure it go with the rip it apart method. there are a lot of things...
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  • Grizz's Avatar
    Today, 07:39 AM
    Grizz replied to a thread Clutch oily in John Deere
    if you look at the JD parts manual link that Lovesthedrive posted at the top, you can find a good break down of the crank shaft assembly, but it...
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  • bascomwd's Avatar
    Today, 07:36 AM
    bascomwd replied to a thread Clutch oily in John Deere
    To be honest.. don't think it would have any bearing on my issue/question. Just trying to find out if there is a seal on that end of the crank or...
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  • Lovesthedrive's Avatar
    Today, 07:32 AM
    Lovesthedrive replied to a thread "52 blowback on rebuild in John Deere
    Grizz, what you may have missed is that when it got assembled, the shop may have screwed up on the ring stagger.
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  • Grizz's Avatar
    Today, 06:43 AM
    Grizz replied to a thread Clutch oily in John Deere
    engaging the clutch isn't as vital as the owners manual pretends, when they worked for a living these old tractors spent hours at dead idle with the...
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  • Grizz's Avatar
    Today, 06:36 AM
    Grizz replied to a thread "52 blowback on rebuild in John Deere
    WHOA : stop tearing it apart, If the cylinders/ rings are glazed it would be a lot cheaper to run some bon ami kitchen cleaner through the carb at...
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  • bettyp's Avatar
    Today, 06:34 AM
    bettyp replied to a thread Good morning in AntiqueTractorsForum.com Site News
    Good Morning 64 degrees this morning. We had some much needed rain last night. Got 1 & 4/10 inch. Could get more hanging around close.
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  • soundguy's Avatar
    Today, 05:23 AM
    soundguy replied to a thread 1951 Farmall Super C. in Farmall - International
    Yup, I hate them short hoses. I do however love them as trikes, especially for wowing, my c pulls a pasture drag made of tires, is a trike too, I...
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  • kev91's Avatar
    Today, 04:39 AM
    Forum Bug and Error Thread Hey all... Everyone can post any site issues/errors here now. Be as specific as possible. Also new features will...
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  • John M's Avatar
    Today, 04:23 AM
    Hold onto your wallet! They aint cheap! When we put them in my M, even through Napa, they were over 400 for all 4. I would expect the H to be...
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  • John M's Avatar
    Today, 12:14 AM
    John M replied to a thread Good morning in AntiqueTractorsForum.com Site News
    Morning folks! Hot and humid again today, its already near miserable outside! Had to go into a non climate controlled warehouse this morning, and at...
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  • missouri massey man's Avatar
    Today, 12:08 AM
    missouri massey man replied to a thread Thank God for Honest Crooks.... in AntiqueTractorsForum.com Site News
    Yep Jim....I took the long way home. But then I filled up the gas tank on the scooter then stopped by McDonalds and when finished there was only 3...
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  • missouri massey man's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:01 PM
    missouri massey man replied to a thread Good morning in AntiqueTractorsForum.com Site News
    Good morning back at you MissBetty and everyone else here at ATF !!! Its been a busy busy summer so far. However I've only made it to TWO tractor...
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  • missouri massey man's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:29 PM
    We, still being fledglings to the outdoor oven baking crowd, are still climbing the learning curve. But checking the temperatures at a wide variety...
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  • DCW's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:10 PM
    DCW started a thread 1955 Farmall 300 in Farmall - International
    I got a shot of this in front of an old gas station/antique shop over in Maine.Another good solid restoration project-I believe it originally was a...
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