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Tony in Mass.

12-11-2012 07:27:06

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What the heck time you post this? 4 AM? eh mo do...
So's I just thought of the pics I took of the 35 a few weeks ago, not the exact same device, levers, pump etc, but an idea of what you will be getting into. since you don't have a manual...yet... Knowing you, it's already fixed and running again, afterall, it is now 20 after 7.....
My guess? My money is on it being full of water, and is froze stiff. That's a whoe new kettle of fish, but 32 litres of- ...... to be continued...

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Dan S (NY)

12-11-2012 09:23:44

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 Re: ferguson TEA20 question in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-11-2012 07:27:06  
Tony, what happened to those control lever fingers?? Looks like the position control lever is broken off and things are a bit bent.


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Tony in Mass.

12-11-2012 09:59:07

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 Re: ferguson TEA20 question in reply to Dan S (NY), 12-11-2012 09:23:44  
Good question Dan, I suppose that is how I ended up with it for my price. The cover was broken in half, a ton of nickel rod was built up on there, it must have took someone days to do this, but the lifting pressure was not there, so I got in there and got it to function like an earlier model. Had to get it rolling when these pics were taken, so it does its simple 3 point job for now. Not now- 202 in the works, but later this winter or early spring we'll take the top off again and see what we can do- a piece of lever is broken off, the cams look way off, and I wonder if his welding threw off the position controls- I was told it just pulled wagons on a tobacco farm for many years, we can see why.
I was thinking a donor would show up and I would just replace this butchered cover... trouble is... I don't part out the donors, I end up fixin' 'em!
Next big job will be getting Lyle addicted to these things....

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Dan S (NY)

12-12-2012 06:15:57

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 Re: ferguson TEA20 question in reply to Tony in Mass., 12-11-2012 09:59:07  
That must have been some catastrophic failure to break everything like that.

...and who could get addicted to these things anyway, I can stop any time I want...


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