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TO-30 Parting Out, 1954

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SugarTractor

07-11-2012 14:21:13
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I've decided to part out my old tired TO30, as it was declared it has a bad crank/bearings, and I do not have the where-with-all to fix it. Contact me if you are in need of an old part by eMail with a fair price offered for any part and considering mechanics time to disassemble: wzawaski@hotmail.com

http://sites.google.com/site/ihartharvest/home/for-sale/ferguson-to-30-tractor



Thanks.

-WaltZ

Hamburg, PA, USA
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SugarTractor

07-31-2012 06:26:10
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 Re: TO-30 Parting Out, 1954 in reply to SugarTractor, 07-11-2012 14:21:13  
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JasonKS

07-25-2012 06:38:17
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 Re: TO-30 Parting Out, 1954 in reply to miner09, 07-11-2012 14:21:13  
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How much for the oil plug and gasket (washer) that goes with it? If yours is still in good condition, I could sure use one (you can see my other thread about the oil plug battle I'm having). Thanks.



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SugarTractor

07-21-2012 04:48:29
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 Re: TO-30 Parting Out, 1954 in reply to Upnorthwi, 07-11-2012 14:21:13  
Anybody else want anything?

-WaltZ



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SugarTractor

07-18-2012 08:44:10
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 Re: TO-30 Parting Out, 1954 in reply to ShadetreeRet, 07-11-2012 14:21:13  
Manifold sold $75.00

Carb is sold $46.00

Rear Swivel Top Link Pin Sold $10.00

Fan Shroud - PENDING
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SugarTractor

07-12-2012 13:47:13
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 Re: TO-30 Parting Out, 1954 in reply to Joe TO Fan, 07-11-2012 14:21:13  
Moselem Springs Rt 662, outside Kutztown, from Fleetwoon PA, 45min south of Allentown, :20 south of Cabela's Hamburg.
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Trac

07-12-2012 12:03:20
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 Re: TO-30 Parting Out, 1954 in reply to SugarTractor, 07-11-2012 14:21:13  
Hello, i might be interested in the whole thing where do you live?



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Dick New York

07-12-2012 07:51:33
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 Re: TO-30 Parting Out, 1954 in reply to SugarTractor, 07-11-2012 14:21:13  
There are shops that are equiped to weld up the bad throws , and turn them to the size needed .



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2tractors

07-11-2012 15:05:48
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 Re: TO-30 Parting Out, 1954 in reply to SugarTractor, 07-11-2012 14:21:13  
You have the where with all, not the get up and go!! All you need to do is drop the oil pan and check the bearings one by one. Don't let someone else spent 30 bucks to fix your problem.PS I just hate to see it go into parts.



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SugarTractor

07-11-2012 15:24:01
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 Re: TO-30 Parting Out, 1954 in reply to 2tractors, 07-11-2012 15:05:48  
Pan's been dropped and inspected already at dealer shop. Told Crank needs turned or replaced, and bearings discovered and replaced.

Oil presure lost, assume oil pump quit, and it began to sing, so I shut it down. They said there was slight water leakage into Cyl. #3 as well. Probably been going on for years.

I've been out of regular employment for over 2.5 years, and don't have the +/-$1500 dollars to go into it as a Do-It-Myself Project, and I've already put $975 into the old Fergy.
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