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Bob (Aust)

04-04-2014 13:23:58

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My 1953 TEA20:



The majority of light tractors in Australia have upwards exhausts.

Bob in Oz

'53 TEA20
This post was edited by Bob (Aust) at 13:26:32 04/04/14.

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04-05-2014 21:15:43

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 Re: vertical exhaust picture in reply to Bob (Aust), 04-04-2014 13:23:58  
Thanks those are good pictures and a very clean tractor.

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Bart CA

04-05-2014 07:01:01

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 Re: vertical exhaust picture in reply to Bob (Aust), 04-04-2014 13:23:58  
What is the purpose of the little tube at the top of the filter close to the big carb intake tube.
Is it for crankcase ventilation ?

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Tony in Mass.

04-04-2014 14:48:47

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 Re: vertical exhaust picture in reply to Bob (Aust), 04-04-2014 13:23:58  
There ya go mate! Nay bloody worries! Bob's yer uncle! The man asked for pictures, now he's got bloody good pictures! Few of the early tractors have vertical exhaust around here... but we do have a few hayfield fires every year... low hanging limbs are the excuse, as an ex-Allis Chalmers guy, I can't argue with that either...

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04-05-2014 21:18:48

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 Re: vertical exhaust picture in reply to Tony in Mass., 04-04-2014 14:48:47  
Helo Tony,

The main reason I am going to the vertical is because we have a lot of large racks and some hills around here. That is how I ripped the old muffler off and cracked the manifold. We are getting rid of low branches and clearing most of the land for garden and pasture. I still have a new bottom muffler if I don't like the vertical.

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04-04-2014 14:22:01

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 Re: vertical exhaust picture in reply to Bob (Aust), 04-04-2014 13:23:58  
question: I bought a new exhaust manifold for my TO-35, 1957 model.

It had a hole in the manifold at about the same place as that tube on the outside of you manifold about in the center of the manifold. I had nothing to attach there, so I threaded the hole then inserted a pipe plug into the hole.

What is that tube for??

my friend has a TO-30 and the gas boils in his tank. He does not have a shield over the exhaust manifold as my TO-35 has a shield over the manifold. I notice your tractor does not have a heat shield over the manifold to help keep the heat off the fuel tank.

are the older tractors not suppose to have the heat shield installed?????

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