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Re: TO 35 4cyl Diesel

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Dan S (NY)

11-17-2013 08:05:19

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35s are fairly desirable. A big part of the price is the condition of the tires. Tin described as "so so" by one person might be thought of as "not bad" by another. A picture would really help if you can get one. Condition of the hydraulics and how tight the steering and other things are is a factor. Either way, it would be worth more than scrap.

Tony should buy it just to get a different injector pump and injectors and revive his fogger Standard.


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11-17-2013 08:54:31

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 Re: TO 35 4cyl Diesel in reply to Dan S (NY), 11-17-2013 08:05:19  
Tony already has the late style pump on his with the light load advance. Mine is the first pump with fixed phase timing. I suspect he still has other trouble as mine does not smoke like his does.

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Tony in Mass.

11-17-2013 10:03:00

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 Re: TO 35 4cyl Diesel in reply to Dieseltech, 11-17-2013 08:54:31  
I knew you'd read this dieseltech! Hey you are 1000 miles closer to it than I am... no matter where it is!!!
You and Dan just want to see me in an early grave from working on these diesels... so you can get good deals on all the gasoline models at my estate auction... 5o% buyers premium if I'm institutionalized but not really dead...
Personally, if it was closer, I would pay twice scrap value just for the live pto arsend...

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11-17-2013 19:31:35

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 Re: TO 35 4cyl Diesel in reply to Tony in Mass., 11-17-2013 10:03:00  
Hey Tony, I prefer to have very few gas burners around, unless they are LP. That's the best way to get a gas engine to behave like a diesel. Do have a confession to make, just bought another red one, diesel too, but IH. Model 84 Hydro that needs some tlc.

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