randy hall

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About randy hall

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  • Birthday 09/17/1956

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    Tiffin, Ohio
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    farming with IH tractors and equipment, building and pulling Farmall M's and steam powered equipment

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  1. That tractor had an msd box on it too. Lots of volts.
  2. I gap our using tractors at .035. the m with the big motor that we used to pull was gapped at .045. A lot of times if it was warm and you turned the ignition on it would start without touching the starter. just like a tuned up model t ford.
  3. Well a 10-20 motor is the same size as an f-30 so it wouldn't fit your f-20. F-20's all came with the hot style manifold that had the exhaust pipe flange mounted. If yours has pipe threads it is an aftermarket gasoline manifold so it could be a 2inch or 2 1/2 inch thread. I have both.
  4. Looks very clean and straight for a loader tractor.
  5. Your wheels will go on a f-20 or farmall regular. Pretty common not worth too much. Probably get from 200 to 400 a set for them.
  6. ok guys some people think to be safe anything bigger than a cub needs a semi. if you are hauling with a pickup and trailer near maximum weight capacity have someone with a ruler measure your rear bumper with just the trailer empty then load the trailer so the bumper goes down three to four inches and it will pull nice. but make sure you have good trailer brakes.
  7. yes
  8. The white goes in the bottom. I will never buy the high priced piece of white from ih again. It will fade quickly and it's not very glossy to start with. I use 901 white. The 400 hood probably won't have the hole over the hydraulic valves.
  9. The wedge makes the angle of the lower bolster the same as a super m. It's purpose is to make it steer easier.
  10. we do 145 to 150 on our sixteen foot hay racks.
  11. of course smaller engine. smaller clutch and narrower final drive gears.
  12. a hy-capacity dealer can help you out.
  13. I have a 340 farmall too. It is the handiest tractor to back empty wagons around with because of it's very short wheelbase. To light to back full wagons. I always called it a super c with 560 tin. Somebody told me they used a 460 utility reared in the 340. The bad thing about the 340 is it has got to be about the hardest tractor ever made to get on and off of. Not enough room between the seat and steering wheel.
  14. happy birthday dave!