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  1. Usually when I find one like that it's "NOT FOR SALE" because he might go farming again next year. I have started with worse carcasses though.
  2. Even the gang on Scooby Doo knew that there was no such thing as ghosts....
  3. It just so happens that yesterday I finished fixing up my own MTA. I just got this one late last spring and have been tinkering on it here and there. Rims were rotten, but i found a set of 400 hubs and a lovely set of 15.5 duals, so that's what I built for the rears. And no, it's not getting repainted. I like it just the way it is.
  4. I don't want to see any damned post about a piece of crap green and yellow tractor on our Red Power site, but it still happens. But I don't go running to the moderator when it happens. I either comment or move on.
  5. So, if you dislike our old tractors so much, then why bother commenting and wasting your time and ours? Go back to your lawnmowers or something.. (Speaking of outdated machinery)
  6. TP is correct. That's not a "TA delete MTA", it's just a '53 Super M in the middle picture. But that matters not. The original poster stated that he has the box type reservoir under the fuel tank, but he has not stated what his full intentions are.
  7. Just start it. That series of engine has a high volume pump.
  8. Main hydraulic line on 686 with compression type fittings. Installed in 2003 to replace burned original line. Still not leaking.
  9. Hard to say.. I haven't tried to pull oil uphill with that exact hydraulic pump.. But generally hydraulic pump and reservoir designs prefer the supply closer in plane with each other. Are you looking for added volume to run a dump cart or something?
  10. Do you have a link to the sale?
  11. There are 2 different capacities because it was sometimes advised that in certain conditions the oil be changed at 100 hours and the filters at 200 hours. The Oil cooler does hold between one or two quarts. It is no harder to remove and reinstall the oil cooler plug than it is the oil pan plug, so why not??
  12. Dale, the skills aren't lost. I can braze with the best of them, but sometimes something more modern will work in place of other methods. The new style fittings can usually be applied without entirely removing the line.
  13. Well, Canadian Conservatives are worried. President Trump is the last true fighter against globalism. Our globalist PM has been selling us out and throwing money away overseas that we don't have at an astronomic rate. Keeping jobs in North America helped us as well. The liberal demonization of the oil and gas industries affects everyone. Ours is just barely hanging on now. Hard regulations on the machines that we make a living with, heavy taxes on the fuel that make them work, and more regulations on the work that we do with them. That's what the left wants. They crave to keep a heavy thumb on
  14. That's fine, but have you used the crimp on compression fittings before? They are awesome! cut the line, clean it up and tighten the fitting. So slick, easy, quick, and leak proof.
  15. If a Farmall M rim and hub are assembled correctly it doesn't require removing any bolts.. 6 nuts and 6 clamps. The inner clamps are held by the bolt and a nut for easier disassembly and reassembly.
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