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Re: 1958 Dextra
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I have much experience with the Dexta's. Lot of people call them Dextra's, many comparing them to N series Fords of similar size, and there is seemingly more to the Dexta.
Cannot tell you what you want to know from your post, as you didn't frame a question to respond to. I would use the search option, for Dexta, and read the post. Just about every question has been asked once. As for parts, most Dexta parts can be found online, if you get a parts book. A fella in Germany posted a free repair manual and parts book. You might also want to google Oscars Fordson page and look at the dexta write ups and forum postings. Good luck with the tractor if you buy it. Good tractors.
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