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Re: not pretty but here it is..Fergy 20

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paul shuler

12-27-2013 11:21:03

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Hi B, I am just here visiting from the Farmall board. Love your tractor and the photos by the way. I have bladed a lot of snow with a farmall super C. I am assuming your tractor and mine weight about the same and have close to the same HP. When using my back blade I have learned to not drop it all the way to the ground. Keep it up only about maybe an inch and you would be amazed how much that extra weight of holding that blade up a little helps. And on the temp gauge the only time mine has ever moved was pulling a two bottom plow on a 95 degree day. I could push snow till the cows come home and it would never register anything. These old tractors donít get to hot thatís for sure.

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12-27-2013 18:34:58

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 Re: not pretty but here it is..Fergy 20 in reply to paul shuler, 12-27-2013 11:21:03  
I was wondering that same thing about the temp guage since it is the capillary tube type with 70" tube. Guess I will give it the benefit of the doubt and leave it alone and see what it does if I still have it in warm weather. Thanks,Paul.

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