Re: d, dc, or 400? in reply to Cliff S, 12-10-2012 19:49:56
I already plan on stripping any and every unnecessary part off the tractor and atleast running pressed steel. I need to check the rules here about running aluminum wheels. I know what you mean about the disc brakes, my 830 brakes have been i nightmare. Im no stranger to pulling. I have pulled many years in the "farm stock" (far from it) classes with great success, but this will be my first attempt at antique. Also my old man is currently building a farmall 400 wheatland diesel, and i intend to show no mercy. Lol
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