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TO 20 w/ TO 35 hood

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Richard L

04-19-2014 04:32:17

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This is a little different.

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Dick New York

04-19-2014 20:34:30

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 Re: TO 20 w/ TO 35 hood in reply to Richard L, 04-19-2014 04:32:17  
Seems like that would be a good way to go , if you had a loader on the front . Makes it easier to put fuel in it .

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Richard L

04-19-2014 04:39:07

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 Re: TO 20 w/ TO 35 hood in reply to Richard L, 04-19-2014 04:32:17  
After looking closer it has a TE transmission. This may be a little bit of whatever parts were available. At least staying true to Ferguson.

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04-19-2014 05:58:14

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 Re: TO 20 w/ TO 35 hood in reply to Richard L, 04-19-2014 04:39:07  
My uneducated guess is that it may be a TE20 instead of a TO20. It just seems unlikely that anyone would replace the transmission cover of a TO20 with the combination cover found on the TE20. I can"t tell for sure, but it looks like the sediment bowl is toward the center of the gas tank rather than toward the rear of the tank.

It would also make sense that a used replacement hood for a TE20 might be hard to find in the USA, so they just used whatever came in handy (although I would think TO20 hoods would have been more plentiful that 35"s.)

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04-19-2014 05:39:59

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 Re: TO 20 w/ TO 35 hood in reply to Richard L, 04-19-2014 04:39:07  
I like the stack but why does it go so low ???

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04-19-2014 05:47:29

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 Re: TO 20 w/ TO 35 hood in reply to s19438, 04-19-2014 05:39:59  
That was the only piece of pipe and elbow he could find???? HA HA

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