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int 504

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  1. Left and right may be different. Shouldn't be too hard to find. Number of bolts in flange, straight or 2 speed, Axle code from line setting ticket or maybe id plate. GVW or rating of rear end. You may have to pull both and pig to get piece(s) out. Also length, diameter and number of splines to match up.
  2. I have quite a bit on a wide variety of things. Some I purchased at swap meets, estate sales. auctions and so forth. Used book stores and antique shops used to be good. I have also obtained single items I needed from E bay. It is handy to be able to look up things but the internet has a lot of info now-not always accurate unfortunately.
  3. Anvil looks like a Hay Budden to me. I also like the press as I have a similar one. Any other guesses on the anvil? My press is a Manley, that one might be also.
  4. To Vt fireman what was the solution to your recent 6.5 problem?
  5. The salt they are using here has changed to far more corrosive variants than what we used years ago. The quantity and frequency of use has also escalated. Talking rural Maine but the type of salt(s) and increase in usage is everywhere it's used as far as I know.
  6. I have centers available from a Farmall 504. I don't know if they would work on your 450. It has 38" wheels.
  7. Probably have computerized crash avoidance that may not work well on winter roads. Can you say more salt?
  8. Old Cat 14 grader I was around pony started from in the cab. Had a pony start D7 that some idiot got headed down a too steep slope sideways. He turned it and got it stopped but then he shut it off. Too steep for gas to feed from pony tank. I pulled it up over with D8 that didn't even know it was there. Government man was upset about the tracks across the road. Drove brand new grousers full depth through the pavement. Took care of people speeding through the job site.
  9. Went to a yard sale recently advertised as a moving sale. I asked them where they were going and they said back to Vermont. I looked around saw a Prius with Vt plates. Everything they had was "high end" right down to the made in China stickers. I didn't find anything to buy.
  10. I would say that 24v is better than 12v. Don't know about the 42 vs 39.
  11. The range figures are impacted by such things as heat and air conditioning use. Also towing or loaded versus empty for trucks and probably cars.
  12. Brought to us by the same people who believed oxy wasn't addictive.
  13. Not necessarily hot. 340 6 pack was a Dart option.
  14. Helen Waite is our credit manager. If you need credit you can just go to her.
  15. I have one a little larger. Use glass beads in it. Black beauty outside with pressure blaster. Very handy. Mine is hooked up to dust collector which was oversize so had to be throttled. Beads turn to dust and also get sucked into dust collector. Sifting is good but not out of dust collector. DAHIK
  16. Some of them are known as herringbone Sidneys do to the drive gears. They as well as others are sought after.
  17. I drove one Ford that had some basta#d designer such that the pattern ended up 4L 5L 4H 5H. Some careful investigation on a deserted road or parking lot with truck empty would be a good idea.
  18. Saw 4 bald eagles today. Got my chickens under a truck.
  19. 4 and 5 will be to the right of 2 and 3. Overdrive 5spd may have 4 down and 5 up towards dash.
  20. That mechanical advance wasn't on a 72. Last one of those I saw was on a 36 hp 1200 pre fresh air.
  21. As far as points go we used to measure resistance through them when closed. Meter had a setting for it don't know a value in ohms.
  22. That should go fairly decent compared to earlier versions. Should be 60 hp. Mine was 40 hp until it received a larger engine with header exhaust. Not like a modern car of course. Compare distributor access to Chevy v8. Mine was a 64 convertible. Yours should be 12 volt. We sometimes had 4 adults in it and it also hauled my Miller portable. Top down, insert welder, top up and drive.
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