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Tony in Mass.

01-14-2013 15:05:17

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Well, atleast you're not playing golf. That's the important thing. Just keep the Ford 'in someone elses name', and really... hide them, cover them with junk... but I NEVER sell a set of tires and wheels.... you are part owner of the loader? back hoe tractor? Now there's a project to keep you out of trouble all winter...
Already got the camshaft back in this 202, pics are only a couple hours old, cleaned the block- all the parts with fuel oil and gas... bronze brushes, angle grinder... I am impressed with myself! An hour or so a day on good days, since Christmas, pretty quick compare to my earlier rebuilds, but chomping on the bit for the rest of YT's kit to show up... hopefully before it snows again.... I gotta get outta here....

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01-15-2013 05:30:17

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 Re: Hey 2 tractors! in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-14-2013 15:05:17  
Looks nice and clean and appears to have been hot tanked once before as the red coating is gone. Yes the hoe is needing a PS ram as the old one is pitted and causes the seals to leak but the fel is another future aquisition.I'm putting in a tankless water heater now and will not get to "play" with my toys.

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