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  1. You could try industrial suppliers or a manufacturer in your area that may use or deal with sheet plastic products and see if the will cut it to your specs on some sort of cnc machine. Also you could try to find someone with a cnc wood router to cut them out if you supply the material. The cnc routers are becoming more common for individuals to own.
  2. Yeah not completely sure on the angles and parts that’s what I was looking for information on or what to check for
  3. Not sure about the story on the key but the key isn’t used at all
  4. Bought this a few weeks ago and finally have time to start digging in to it and I’m looking for anything that people can see is a problem or anything that you can tell me about it. I was told that it’s a 76 it has a 345 and automatic transmission to my knowledge the chassis and drive train is factory with the engine being rebuilt when the “transformation” started. All the body panels were rusted out so they decided to build a toy out of it. It became a low priority and then sold it to help fund other projects. Currently the brakes are non existent and I need a little direction with getting them to work right.
  5. Sounds like one we’ve had come through the shop. It had lots of rotational play in the distributor and other very similar symptoms. To check the play take the cap and rotor off and see how far the shaft is able to rotate move around. It should have only a little rotational play. I timed it and it ran better but still acted up because of the extra play. We then got a new distributor assembly and timed it. Tractor ran great and left the shop currently earning its keep.
  6. Had similar problem on my F20 with it being stuck. If you want to make your life a lot easier go to: https://www.riceequipmentinc.com/store/index.php and order a new wing bolt, copper ring, gasket, and clamp for inside the radiator(if the website acts funny just call they are great to work with). It will make life a lot easier and it will be good for a long time. Did this after I got mine open and I would do it again if I get another one.
  7. Not sure on 24V but if looks aren’t a big deal amazon is where we get extra lights 12v led lights for our combine. They work great for that and for general extra light that may be damaged and won’t break the bank.
  8. Has anyone used these or had any experience with them?
  9. Does anyone know of any good led options for the older tractors especially ones on a 6v positive ground setup? We aren’t planning to switch them over to 12v but a little more light when we’re working at night would be nice.
  10. Does anyone know what this is? Took the head of to address a low compression problem and saw this not entirely sure what it is. It is in a coolant port but unsure beyond that.
  11. The tarter ones are definitely not top of line but work well for the small guy. They can handle most animals as I had a 1500 lb pregnant cow in there entry level chute it was snug but she fit. It doesn’t help either that heavily used ones go for 80-90% of new price and junk goes for 50% of new and they all sell within a week.
  12. Had the radiator core blow a leak about a month ago. Starting to take it apart to repair it but the bolts that thread in to to top tank do not want to break free and the heads are soft and want to start rounding. The bolts with exposed nuts I could probably cut in order to remove them but the ones threaded in will cause problems. Does anyone know where I might be able to find a set of tanks in decent shape that doesn’t have a lot of bolts sheared off in it?
  13. Slight variations in tires and setup can affect this too. Not sure if you tried asking seller if you’re purchasing it or someone who’s close by to check it out for you as that will be the closest possible measurement and then just give yourself a cushion in case there off a little. There’s nothing more frustrating than stuff not fitting or being a pain to load when you’re away from home.
  14. A B and BN are the same tractor with different rear tread widths. I believe that it was B- 36/38” rows with close to 8’ overall width on outside of tires BN-30” rows between 6’ and 7’ overall width on outside of tires
  15. Not positive but I’m guessing that’s the one I saw sell it had 90% on the tires and was an original tractor that would get your attention. At most it was $500 dollars off of what you say.
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