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Sunday, January 25, 2015

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Tractor Implements and Their Use - by Curtis Von Fange. Dad was raised during the depression years of the thirties. As a kid he worked part time on a farm in Kansas doing many of the manual chores. Some of the more successful farmers of that day had a new time saving device called a tractor. It increased the farm productivity and, in general, made life easier because more work could be done with this 'mechanical beast'. My dad dreamed that some day he would have his own tractor with every implement he could get. When he reached his early sixties ... [Read Article]

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Drain your Compressor That little decal on your air tank that says "Drain Daily" is serious. Every time you use your compressor the tank will build water at the bottom. If that water is allowed to sit, rust will form and eventually the tank wi ... [ More ]


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    1948 Farmall Cub

    Joe Brown - OH
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    What weight of engine oil do you use in your tractor in the winter?
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    2. 10-30  (1180 votes, 22%)
      
    3. 5-30  (624 votes, 12%)
      
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    5. 20  (88 votes, 1%)
      
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