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Tony in Mass.
Don't worry about pits, that was the obvious 'overrestored' Farmall I mentioned above... he filled in al the sandcasting -texture? As if it was all sheetmetal. Like I said about plows, in the first few hours, it will already have a nice.... patena? If the mower cuts hay, and the tractor doesn't die in the middle of the field, all will be just fine. I have a ??? FEO-20? balance mower... btw, was it you I mentioned that the NNA? 8N website has a long list of scanned op manuals for Dearborns and Ford-Ferguson implements, If you can't find it, I will see if I can fwd it... I'm not good at cut and paste stuff...
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