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Destroked 450

02-07-2018 14:44:50




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Finally able to upload photos again.

Here's some photos I took a while back of the 62 881D I found a few years ago that had been sitting in a barn for over 20 years.

I had washed in off but it still needs a good cleaning.

Notice the power adjust wheels and spacers

The little white sticker on the side of tire says 2-92, thinking thats went they were made.



Doesn't show in the photo but the fuel tanks been replaced.

Had to replace the rubber hose on the power steering line.

Has the wrong lower radiator hose.

Engine block number


Original bumper had been replaced with a cheesy aftermarket so I took it off.



Starters been replaced and I had to replace the bendix just before the photo's where taken

Pre cleaner pipe's been repaired, bracket doesn't line up with the starter bolts like it should


Some of the labels aren't readable but their still there.



Still has the original over running clutch transmission

Rest-o-ride seat still sits pretty level

Plough light, grease gun holder, has 601 picker brackets under the axles.
Does anyone know if the tractors originally came with rubber bushings between the fender and axle, these are the first I've ever seen.

Haven't been able to find much info on this remote valve ether.

There's gold in them parts!

Is it possible they where still installing parts from the Gold Demonstrators on SOS trans in 62

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Destroked 450

02-08-2018 08:45:13




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 Re: 62 881D in reply to Destroked 450, 02-07-2018 14:44:50  
After posting the photo's I realized I had a better photo of the rubber washers between the fenders and axle housing.

You can also see the blue picker bracket as well



Any one know if the rubber washers are factory?

Nothing in parts search for a 801 but 63/ 4000 calls for a 3/16 spacer between the fender and axle, doesn't say if it's rubber or steel.

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Destroked 450

02-08-2018 07:43:02




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 Re: 62 881D in reply to Destroked 450, 02-07-2018 14:44:50  
Thanks.

I like that handle, never seen one before



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Dollar Bill

02-08-2018 00:00:13




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 Re: 62 881D in reply to Destroked 450, 02-07-2018 14:44:50  
Awesome find and a tip of the brim to the previous caretaker - Rare to find one so well cared for!!



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Johnofnewhaven

02-07-2018 16:08:32




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 Re: 62 881D in reply to Destroked 450, 02-07-2018 14:44:50  
Very nice Destroked. My neighbor has some select o speed Ford in his barn. He had it out once that I saw. The trans does not shift right. He said he would sell it to me but I never gave it a second thought because of the trans.



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Royse

02-07-2018 15:21:31




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 Re: 62 881D in reply to Destroked 450, 02-07-2018 14:44:50  
That's a great looking tractor. Pretty straight for the age.

Your hydraulic valve looks very similar to the one that came

on my 851. Mine is a NAA valve with an adapter plate to fit

the x00/x01/x000 tractors. More valuable as an NAA valve

because they are harder to find. The handle on mine could be

installed from either side and was setup so it went out to the

right hand side of the seat. Nice, because I didn't kick it that way.


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