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Will Gumbert

12-10-2012 06:21:51

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Wow, that's a really nice 961 (my favorite model)! Beautiful paint and nice to see original rest-o-ride seat and PA rims. BTW, what is the small silver clip on the rear axle housing above the left trumpet for? Mine is missing that. -Will

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12-10-2012 06:24:39

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to Will Gumbert, 12-10-2012 06:21:51  
Trailer lights. I think that was an option. I've seen several pre-'65 Fords with these...but none that were functional.

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Will Gumbert

12-10-2012 06:56:57

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to Fordfarmer, 12-10-2012 06:24:39  

I pulled out my Owners Manual and found this picture. Looks like a peg of some sort with a rubber cover, does the light mount on that? Not sure if it's the same thing. -Will

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12-10-2012 07:48:05

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to Will Gumbert, 12-10-2012 06:56:57  
I think that's the clutch pedal. Just lines up with the light socket at the angle the picture was taken.

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12-10-2012 07:20:31

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to Will Gumbert, 12-10-2012 06:56:57  
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Will, Thanks for posting that picture. I never thought of looking there for answers to detail questions. The "peg" that you refer to is the clutch pedal in it's "up" position. My trailer light socket will be working soon, once I get another "correct" bullet connector. The picture shows the correct placement of the towing safety decal. I have one but didn't know exactly where to put it. For next year I plan to clean-up and paint the set of wheel weights that came with it as well as the front weight box. along with a few other little things that aren't done yet.

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Will Gumbert

12-10-2012 08:00:21

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to showcrop, 12-10-2012 07:20:31  
Yes, I just realized the manual pictures show little details that are helpful. The original manuals have clearer photos than the copies, too. With the rear lights and front weight box (very valuable) you are really going to have a proper tractor! Always nice to see fine quality work and someone who cares about the little details. -Will

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12-10-2012 07:13:46

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to Will Gumbert, 12-10-2012 06:56:57  
That"s the clutch pedal in the background.

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