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03-21-2014 12:31:15

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thanks to my son and SIL, who did all the wiring, the basket case I brought home last summer runs. engine sounds good with good OP but I am concerned as the lift arms went up on their own once the engine came to life. it was a six volt but since I had a 12 volt generator sitting around we converted to 12 volt. it still has the six volt starter, hope it lasts.
SIL is in photo. my son played hooky today and missed the ceremonial starting of the engine.
now if I can only get that ford in the background running.....

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03-22-2014 09:55:59

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 Re: it lives ! in reply to s19438, 03-21-2014 12:31:15  
It definitely is a good feeling when you hear them
Start up and run. After painting, re wire and numerous new parts it was nice to hear my TO 30 run again.

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Tony in Mass.

03-21-2014 16:28:01

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 Re: it lives ! in reply to s19438, 03-21-2014 12:31:15  
Oh s@#$% the ford! Was this the one hooked to a wagon full of pumpkins or something? As far as the hydraulics, this is a 35 right? The action is a lot different than a 30. One of the levers was a millimeter off, not as much of a problem as it would be NOT going up... keep up the good work!

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03-21-2014 16:03:50

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 Re: it lives ! in reply to s19438, 03-21-2014 12:31:15  
Last summer-- hope Sil ain't getting paid by the is it the 35.

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03-21-2014 16:25:48

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 Re: it lives ! in reply to 2tractors, 03-21-2014 16:03:50  
it is a 35. the boys only needed three sessions to get the job done. both are laid off right now so I put them to work and I think they enjoyed it. I know I did !

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jon corbett

03-21-2014 12:42:38

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 Re: it lives ! in reply to s19438, 03-21-2014 12:31:15  

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