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steve19438

11-11-2017 14:29:03




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so when was the two button discontinued for the screw in type?

thanks.




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wellmax99

11-11-2017 18:20:13




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 Re: TO-35 hood in reply to steve19438, 11-11-2017 14:29:03  

my 1957 still had the two button hood lock down.
when ever they came out with the one post screw type lock down it was none too soon,
as my two button lock down allows the small hood to rattle, a real pain in the butt.

over the years I have tried numerous things to stop the rattling, one time I counted just how many different parts it took to make that hood work, around 11 or 13 what a waste.
when only one screw solved the problem and no rattle.

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miner09

11-11-2017 17:08:19




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 Re: TO-35 hood in reply to steve19438, 11-11-2017 14:29:03  
1958's came out with single knob.



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Jim in rush co

11-11-2017 15:37:35




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 Re: TO-35 hood in reply to steve19438, 11-11-2017 14:29:03  
At serial #176340 and approximately July-August 1957, Jim



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steve19438

11-11-2017 17:10:13




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 Re: TO-35 hood in reply to Jim in rush co, 11-11-2017 15:37:35  
so how is that determined ?



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Jim in rush co

11-11-2017 17:17:05




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 Re: TO-35 hood in reply to steve19438, 11-11-2017 17:10:13  
My parts book breaks to the serial # needed. Also did you find the grille nuts you were looking for??



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steve19438

11-12-2017 04:37:03




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 Re: TO-35 hood in reply to Jim in rush co, 11-11-2017 17:17:05  
I have a couple of parts books but neither break down by ser no. the grill nuts are a ongoing project. I kinda lost interest when somebody said I would have to "flare" the nuts to make them work. also one of the hood studs is broken off. I may just have the grill tacked on.



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miner09

11-12-2017 08:14:06




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 Re: TO-35 hood in reply to steve19438, 11-12-2017 04:37:03  
You can get grill nuts from-- asfabricating.com--Mt Vernon IL. 618-242-7438 only place I've been able to get it.



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Jim in rush co

11-12-2017 07:12:27




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 Re: TO-35 hood in reply to steve19438, 11-12-2017 04:37:03  
They are hollowed and flared on back side to stay with the grille, wouldn't have to be but might vibrate loose and disappear. They are 1/4" 20 thread so you could drill out broken one and weld a piece of bolt in from the back side. I might part with the original ones from mine as I doubt if I'll restore another. I just wanted them new as the rest of tractor is same as!



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