I am not so keen on deep pits but there is a happy medium...you just have to find it.... Casting should look like castings and be slightly rough....The one in my pic is slightly overdone, in my mind, but it is a nice tractor just lacking the 'character' Sam
Re: Restoration survey in reply to samn 40, 10-06-2012 00:21:37
Ya no Sam, that was the first thing I noticed about that MF25 at the dealer's- it wasn't so pitted as most castings.... then I look closer, and much of the frame was steel plate, not cast to begin with. yep, this is just like the guady Farmall I talk about. Simonized diff's are trendy nowdays???
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