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Derek01

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  1. I got the castle nuts out of the tank and the u-joint unbolted but it still won't move more than a couple of millimeters because there is a collar at the support under the throttle but after taking the grub screws out the collar still refuses to move, is that probably just rusted on and needs to be pounded off or is it not supposed to move?
  2. I have a old farmall h that I need to remove the upper steering shaft from to remove the gas tank. I am 13 and sort of just starting to get into working on things so I just need some direction on what to do. Thanks
  3. I'll go through it this weekend and I'll see what I find, my grandpa took pretty good care of it from what I've heard it has been sitting outside since his barn collapsed about 20 years ago so I don't really know what to expect from it
  4. If the block is cracked behind the sleeve is that something that needs to be fixed immediately and if so could it be welded or brazed?
  5. I'm located in linden mi, it about an hour and twenty minutes away from you
  6. My second cousin started working on it a couple of years ago and went through it, he replaced the magneto and swapped it to a 12 volt charging system so I'm hoping he checked those things but I will check it out this weekend when I'm not doing school
  7. If the does have water/antifreeze in it how do I go about checking if the block is cracked
  8. The t bird is a 64, I got it last year
  9. Thanks for all the information I will try and get all of that done to it might be a while before I get it all checked off
  10. I have not seen any signs of a damaged block yet but I will take a better look at it
  11. Thankfully he disconnected the fuel line to the carb before letting it sit so there is nothing in the carb or the glass debris collector and the tank is probably about an eighth full
  12. My grandpa got it new with a plow and a disk, I am in eastern Michigan
  13. I've heard of a method of cleaning the tank from rust by shaking it with a metal marble inside to break up the rust and letting it sit in vinegar would that work, I'm still pretty new to working on things I've messed with a couple of old 4 wheelers and a ford thunderbird
  14. It has been converted to 12 volt
  15. also the exhaust is covered and the clutch is free, but the gas smells very sour
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