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Beautiful

 

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Very nice indeed!!

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Wow that tractor looks amazing!!! What did you use for gaskets when you put your bull gear cover on?

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I bought some .030 gasket material from olsons gaskets in Washington and made them some of the others are only .015 thick . Olsons have all different kinds of material and where quite helpful

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Very nice work! It will be a show piece inside and out!

That grill is in amazing shape!

Thanks for sharing your progress! You have been busy!

You cant take that in the dirt!:)

Regards,

 Chris

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That is some impressive work !!! Looks great, can't wait to see the finished project ...

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Td18

    Did your radiator gril all ready have the embelem on it 

Josh

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That is YIKES nice!!!!

Every thing looks better than new! Fantastic work and details!

Makes me want to go fire my old machine up!

The dash and gauges turned out real good. I see you went with an alternator upgrade too.

What shows do you have planned for it?

Regards,

 Chris

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Still working on it , progress is slow but here are a few new pictures

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I bought all of the tags from Steiner and then I found a trophy/ engraving shop near me and had them put all of the data on them in the proper font , but I did leave off the date codes on the Delco Remy tags .

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A thing of beauty is a joy forever! 

Well done!  That restore job is a work of art, turning a IH into an art object!

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here are some of the steering clutch lever rebuild  , new bushings , new rod ends, new pins and a new shaft ..... no slop anymore!

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And the levers are painted

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Huh what goes in the hole in the battery cover?  I have that piece for mine but since it had the hole in it I figured it belonged to a different model of tractor.  (By the way great job man!!!)

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I honestly think it is the way you lift the cover since there is no other handle , 

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Your work is superb! Love the details! My brain just cant go that deep. I stop at clean it and paint it.

I see your a Ford guy too! Trucks and cars! Great!

The TD is looking really sharp! Thanks for the updates and pictures!

Regards,

 Chris

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