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35 standard gas Pics

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07-29-2012 15:02:23

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These pics were taken earlier today of my progress with the 35 standard gas that I'm redoing.

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Tony in Mass.

07-29-2012 19:18:27

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 Re: 35 standard gas Pics in reply to 2tractors, 07-29-2012 15:02:23  
Where did you get that office chair?? If it can hold up the whole front end, I want one! Now... the black tube from the bottom of the distributor to the starter...what is that? And how are the inards in this sweety? My latest toy is airbound to beat all heck... and no one mentioned it on the posts, and I got no idea how to get the bubble out... I assume- and hope its airbound anyway... dread the thought of taking the lift cover off... I need a break from fergimania too...

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07-30-2012 03:21:35

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 Re: 35 standard gas Pics in reply to Tony in Mass., 07-29-2012 19:18:27  
The black thing looks to be the coil?

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Rob in OH

07-29-2012 18:50:47

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 Re: 35 standard gas Pics in reply to 2tractors, 07-29-2012 15:02:23  
Nice looking work. Is it a FE35?

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07-30-2012 06:05:58

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 Re: 35 standard gas Pics in reply to Rob in OH, 07-29-2012 18:50:47  
Fe 35 gas with the standard motors. Hanging is the dist. wires to coil, needs new wires. I didn't get this one sandblasted,and the back axles aren't finished nor the fenders and wheels. I'm using degreaser and pressure washer then grinder with wire wheel.

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Tony in Mass.

07-30-2012 07:20:54

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 Re: 35 standard gas Pics in reply to 2tractors, 07-30-2012 06:05:58  
I haven't sandblasted anything in decades, wirebrushes on grinders and polishers do all I want. An el cheapo power washer and hand tools, that's it. Yeah right fenders... where the crank handle gets under it and pulls up making an accordian. A poster child for check chains!

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