Thanks for the reply. The problem is that the clutch lever can not be moved to place it in neutral. All I can say is that it would have been wiser, on my part, if all the tractors were in neutral, when the forest fire came.
It is estimated that the temperature reached nearly 3,000 degrees as some cast iron wheels melted and the front axle on the MM U bent.
Re: Releasing the clutch on a burned tractor in reply to Larry Kastens, 01-28-2013 08:44:14
Yes I'm in western Nebraska. We had some nasty forest fires this past summer. I was involved in fighting it. Local Volume. Fire Dept. Seen some wild things happen. Seen a few barns that have been standing for a very long time go up in flames. A few had old cars and tractors / machinery in them. Thaught that you might be from around here.. Sorry for the loss of your barn and tractors.
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