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Harry Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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Ferguson newbie

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OliverNate

02-25-2014 17:54:43
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Ok well not really but kinda. I've had my little fergy for probly 12 years and my dad owned it for rougly 5 years before me. I'm actually an Oliver guy as you may notice by my handle but this little fergy was my first tractor and now its her turn to get fixed up. Now most of my knowledge is about Olivers so when it comes to taking apart this Ferguson its deffinately a horse of a different color. My main question is where do you fellas get your parts from? I see this site offers the parts that I need but are they correct? As of right now parts I need are tie rod ends, radiator hoses, fan belt, steering wheel, rear axle seals (I have a service manual and see you need a retainer that you heat up then put on the axle) and I spose since you have to mess around with that retainer ring I'll put on axle bearings as well.

By the way its a 1948 TE20 and I'm in southcentral MN, I think the picture is from 8 years ago when I first got my plow for it
thanks for the help
Nate

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Jason S.

02-27-2014 08:26:25
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to John(UK), 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
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I would say that the Sparex parts and the Agco Heritage line of parts probably are the same, but from what I have seen the mainline Agco parts are different from the Sparex or Heritage parts.



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Jason S.

02-27-2014 05:54:55
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to miner09, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
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You can't use sure seals on a TO-30 because of the inner axle seal being in the way.



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chuck41

02-26-2014 16:24:25
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
As far as the axle seals, why don't you get shur-
seals avail this site? and many other places. It
saves a lot of work. You only need the one seal.
Just pack some grease in and you are all set. You
rarely need axle bearings. Directions come with.
Chuck



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OliverNate

02-27-2014 14:49:37
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to chuck41, 02-26-2014 16:24:25  
what you mean by shur-seal? would you be putting the seal in a different spot?

a TE-20 only has one seal and the axle bearing in lubricated by trans/final drive oil, then there is a press/shrink fit collar against the bearing that holds it all in place and keeps the axle from falling out



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Jason S.

02-27-2014 16:16:17
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-27-2014 14:49:37  
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I don't know why I was thinking you had a TO-30. I've read too many threads on here and I'm getting them mixed up...lol. You can use sure seals on your TE-20. A sure seal is a cone shaped seal that installs over top of the bearing and collar. The upside is you don't have to remove your collar and bearing to stop an axle leak,the downside is you have to pack the wheel bearings full of grease because they will no longer be lubed by the oil in the differential...and that really isn't a downside at least I don't think it is. I have sure seals installed in my TO-20.

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OliverNate

02-28-2014 15:00:51
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to Jason S., 02-27-2014 16:16:17  
Don't worry I got so much going on sometimes its hard to keep everything straight. I don't think that is a down side either. Where did you get your sure seals at? maybe a part# (If it would be the same) only difference between a TO-20 and TE-20 is the electronics I believe?



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Maineman

03-01-2014 15:54:43
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-28-2014 15:00:51  
I have a TE-20 1949.

They are very different from a TO-20.

The TE is "tractor England".And the TO is "tractor overseas".

The English version uses imperial hardware, Lucas electrics and Girling brakes.
The American version us standard hardware, delco electrics, and Bendex brakes.
Although they look the same, almost nothing interchanges. Just like the Ford N series looks the same.
I installed sure seals on my tractor. I bought them here on this site. Easy job. Use a PVC pipe to set the seals. I did the brakes at that time. Had to rivet new liners. Because parts are NLA.

Joe

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Red_Chili

03-04-2014 05:37:34
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to Maineman, 03-01-2014 15:54:43  
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+1 on the Sure Seals, from this site. Simple solution. Grease is a perfectly fine lube and will rarely need refreshing.



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Bob (Aust)

02-26-2014 15:00:27
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
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AGCO now own Sparex. I suspect AGCO parts for older tractors are the same as Sparex parts.

Bob in Oz



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OliverNate

02-26-2014 14:35:33
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
thanks for all the advice fellas, there is a napa in town and thats where I get most of my stuff. Every time I go in it seems I make him work for my business (always with old part in hand) and he usually has to dig a while to find something and on a few occasions I've stumped him and I can't get anything. I'm all for supporting this site, I have bought stuff for my olivers in the past on here.



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jon corbett

02-26-2014 13:52:44
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
welcome!alot of good helpful people here.



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Jason S.

02-26-2014 10:34:32
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
I have ordered parts from here and only had one problem with a part. Generally speaking Agco parts are usually better parts than the aftermarket and lots of times are priced close to the aftermarket price. I have used Sparex parts and they were fine, and this site is a Sparex dealer also. If somebody tries to sell you Tisco parts run as far as you can. They aren't good quality at all.



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Trac

02-26-2014 09:59:43
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
welcome Nate i had taken my axle to a machine shop pressed on & off can't remember what had to be done but wasn't to bad on the wallet but was well worth it.



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phil(va)

02-26-2014 08:26:07
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
YT does super job. Steiner and Stevens also good. Bearings and hoses are available at NAPA if you have the bearing and hose to take to them to match or the number off of them. (NAPA not so good on finding anything without the old part.)



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wjytexas

02-26-2014 07:55:19
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
great service from YT.



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TimFranktown

02-26-2014 06:38:33
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
I've ordered a bunch of stuff from this site with no issues and just got my first order in from Steiner yesterday of a new starter and various small parts. Very impressed with their quickness and excellent packing.



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s19438

02-26-2014 03:13:49
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
back in October I ordered a wiring harness from agri-services for my to-35. yesterday my son and SIL were here to help put the machine back together as my back has been giving me fits for the last six weeks. well it seems I lost the wiring diagram for the harness. I called agri and they emailed the diagram to me.
these are great guys to work with.



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s19438

02-26-2014 03:08:57
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
earlier this morning I ordered 145.00 worth of parts from this site.
I have also ordered from steiners, davis tractor parts, dealers who have sparex parts, agri-services, TSC and other venders that I cannot recall over the past 30 years and oh yeah how could I forget ebay.

I have very seldom had any problems with any parts I have ordered.



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Bob (Aust)

02-25-2014 22:44:13
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to OliverNate, 02-25-2014 17:54:43  
Welcome to a great forum Ollie! :lol:
All factors and price being equal, I recommend you support this site that gives us an excellent free forum.

Bob in Oz

'53 TEA20



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Richard L

02-26-2014 05:23:17
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 Re: Ferguson newbie in reply to Bob (Aust), 02-25-2014 22:44:13  
As Bob said: I would ad even though you order from this site which is in Washington State they ship from several different warehouses so it does not take long to get your product.



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