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Chuck Machinist

03-27-2014 15:35:07

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Outstanding Tom! You have done well .You must have pics posted to proceed.Will you need to get taller boots to see over the LP tank? HEE I found this LP on the web. Is she is pretty close to this one.Once again ,Great find! Wide front end Tom? I see a bull gear conversion in your future.

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chuck cambis

03-27-2014 16:56:07

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 Re: Another Case in reply to Chuck Machinist, 03-27-2014 15:35:07  
chuck, i very much would like a description of this statement, see a bull gear conversion in your future. I have the exact tractor with major steering problems. chuck jr.

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Chuck Machinist

03-27-2014 17:55:32

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 Re: Another Case in reply to chuck cambis, 03-27-2014 16:56:07  
A bull gear conversion,would be removing the bull gears in the transmission and putting in a larger or smaller bull gear,depending weather you want to go faster or slower.As far as the steering goes ,I would guess you either have loose linkage on the roost ,wheel bearings are shot or your steering box has too much end play,and all three are easily repairable.Feel free to shoot me an email if you need more insight,I'm glad to share what knowledge I have.Chuck

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