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  1. When scrap is up (which it currently is), ads or people going door to door like this are real common around here. Its sad that our society has progressed to this level of deception.
  2. No Avery. Tractor behind the Super Dextra is a F-14 and the Yellow tractor to the left of the Allis is a Huber
  3. Forward: I have no issue with parting out stuff, as I realize it takes parts to keep something going. I also realize it's the American way to make a buck. I'm getting real tired of these part out guys around here. I'm not sure if its that way everywhere, but its sure like that here in Michigan. They buy any equipment that is fair priced, even nice stuff take the tires/rims off, a few choice parts and scrap the rest for iron. Want any part (even not desirable), its $250 up, or they will "haul it in for iron". Attached is the picture of one of the such guys iron pile ready to be loaded into
  4. Mostly. D is the same engine but with upgrades like pressure oiling to the rockers, and a bunch of other little upgrades.
  5. I am currently neck deep in a 1938 Case CO project. Kinda odd working on a non-red tractor for the first time in 15 years. Cylinder head had been cracked, welded and welds cracked again. A friend of a friend in Indiana offered me a head for free, which was very nice. Problem is he is 85 years old and not really techy to get pics or even able to lift or move it to see condition. I am really really really hesitant to drive 6 1/2 hours south for something that could turn into a wild goose chase, not knowing condition. Better yet considering I can't really cut loose get down there easily, if t
  6. JP Tractor <jpparts@jptractorsalvage.com> Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 9:13 AM Reply | Reply to all | Forward | Print | Delete | Show original Good morning, We do not have one currently but should have some coming in within the next few months. If you don't find one, check back with us if you like. Thanks, Sarah
  7. Working on an old W4 I saved out of a field where it sat for the last 30 years. Amazingly it was loose and not stuck. Got it running, but had really bad compression on one cylinder, you could hear the exhaust valve leak on that cylinder into the muffler when using the hand crank. Anyways, I figured probably use a valve job after sitting for that long outside, so I pulled the head. Found a big erosion area where a crack was through a valve seat. Guess I know now why it was parked all those years ago, LOL. Not fixable by any means. I have 3 parts Farmall H's out in the field. I fig
  8. Not to dredge up an old thread.....but.....How many gallons or primer and 2150 did you use? Have a OS project going myself and want to stash enough materials given the pandemic.....
  9. Unfortunately, yes, a Good Friend and machinery collector in Oakland County Mi which seems to be a hotspot in this state. I'm a bit more rural middle of nowhere in Northern Michigan. But if people don't start taking it seriously, its going to spread everywhere very quickly. I have a pre occupied immune system with Lyme Diease, I have no desire to be the first person in my area to get it. Looks like I'll be holed up on the farm for awhile.
  10. That's a Fairbanks Morse FMX 4B11. Common replacement magneto Fairbanks sold in the 50;s and 60's as replacement mags, however they are more common on Allis Chalmers. Decent magneto. Yours is a later one, so it should have a cast plastic coil which rarely goes bad. Usually dirty points or bad condenser. On an FMX, one must take the small distributor cap off first and remove the rotor before you can remove the big plastic cap to get to the points.
  11. I have no criminal record, but I do have some prison experience. 10 years ago, the girl I was engaged to at the time, got accepted as secretary/accountant and payroll clerk for GEO northlake [private] prison here in Michigan. GEO was contracted to house California prisoners, here in Rural Michigan. I got to see her co-workers in outside-of-work social settings, and occasionally would have to go see her at work. WOW - prisons are a different world. I couldn't even wear a belt through security. She was not allowed to have a underwire bra. If I was unlucky enough to end up
  12. Well, The shape of it. All Heisler OD's for F-series have a similar shape. Bought a Heisler OD at the Buckley Swap Meet for $40 when I was 12 years old for an F-12...Never bought a tractor to put it on and later sold it when I was in college for textbook money. Then when I was 24, I ended up with a few junky F-12's and immediately regretted selling it. LOL. Heislers originally had a brass tag on them saying model and such, but usually they are gone. Also, any overdrive on a F-12 or F-14 is most likely Hiesler. Whereas on the F-20 there were numerous companies selling overdrives( Heisle
  13. The one with the heisler OD is the best deal of the lot, likely. Already have a couple W4's. Also.....Given some comments on this thread, I should state the following: I'm not desperate for some first tractor. I'm not new to it at all. I've wrenched on them since I was a teenager, though I'm kinda hitting a brick wall finding a W-30 in my state.
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