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Re: You never no what you will find when you tear one down..

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John(UK)

10-14-2012 04:15:31
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Well that makes a change for us to get something that you didn't, we always feel like the poor relations...lol. Grease is fine on gaskets, it's just sealant that can cause problems. With the disk brakes, always adjust them when they are hot because everything expands.Leave plenty of free play.2.5", can't be sure on that but I think it was. John(UK)...fergusontractors@hotmail.com




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Jason S.

10-14-2012 05:01:40
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 Re: You never no what you will find when you tear one down.. in reply to John(UK), 10-14-2012 04:15:31  
I have to admit when I watch some of those old Ferguson and Massey Ferguson films that I have, I get jealous sometimes. We didn"t get wet brakes til later in the 200 series, and you got the TED20"s and such. I have never seen one in person. I imagine there are some here in the US but they must have been brought over.



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 Re: You never no what you will find when you tear one down.. in reply to Jason S., 10-14-2012 05:01:40  
I only have had dealings with one in the USA, I think there may be a couple in Canada too, but they are few and far between because of the shortage of fuel for them. Kerosene was not really suitable, to burn that you needed a Zero octane engine, Ferguson did have them but they nearly all went to hot climates. They must have made a TO version of the TED and it was called the TOD, but no-one I know has ever seen one.I have a list for the parts that are different to the gas tractor, but its only the engine that is different..John(UK)..fergusontractors@hotmail.com

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