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Latest projects - 3020 & 4020

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Pete1989

01-31-2013 14:00:11




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Just got these back from France. 4020 is not nice at all, 3020 should be a nice tractor once the engine has been sorted. The only late 3020 ps we know of in the UK.











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Pete1989

02-14-2013 14:40:05




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Pete1989, 01-31-2013 14:00:11  
Bit of an update, had the the front end and engine off the 3020. Engine was seized (water) so has been sent off for a rebuild. Meanwhile the rear has been improved. Gone is the European hitch, replaced with drawbar. Changed the link arms, added sway blocks. Everything is tight and moves now. Just need to change the scvs for long stem ones then the rear end is complete. Seat has had new cushions put on it and we have started straightening the hood as best we can.





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Pete1989

01-31-2013 22:50:18




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Pete1989, 01-31-2013 14:00:11  
Yea the 4020 is a bit of a step too far, having said that we have saved one from a similar state before.

Thing is we just dont have the amount of these tractors that you do over there. We might see 5 4020s for sale a year, and even fewer 3020s. we dont have the choice of nice straight originals.



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donjr

01-31-2013 17:58:21




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Pete1989, 01-31-2013 14:00:11  
Looks like a'project', allright. Mut there have been uglier machines than those put back together, and some nice looking machines from them have arisen. Have fun.



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larryanderson

01-31-2013 16:14:07




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Pete1989, 01-31-2013 14:00:11  
They give a new meaning to rough.To me you will have as much in them as buying one that is running. The 3020 does have some parts that look usable and if you could put the HFWA from 4020 on 3020 you would have a $30,000 tractor or more.The 4020 even being a late 71/72 syngro if it wasnt for HFWA I dont see much that is salvageable.I like that the plastic wrapper is still on whats left of seat.Definately a big project and I know of $100.000 cars that started out as basically a serial # on a frame.

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Bob Harvey

01-31-2013 15:39:43




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Pete1989, 01-31-2013 14:00:11  
They look "rode hard and put away wet" ! Good luck !



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Pete1989

01-31-2013 14:34:13




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Pete1989, 01-31-2013 14:00:11  
The lift assist isnt from JD, looks to be quite a recent addition. We arnt sure if we are going to tackle the 4020. Believe is or not those pics don't show how bad it really is. Supposedly the motor runs but the balancer has had one of its 2 studs (i cant think what to call them broken off)



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jd_adict

01-31-2013 14:21:27




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Pete1989, 01-31-2013 14:00:11  

Hi Pete. That sure is going to be a nice 4020 when its done. My father and I got a 4020 from a guy and he bought it from france. It looks identical to yours with the lift asist three point hitch. I was just wondering if you know the serial number, it would be nice to compare it to ours and see if the numbers are close. I attached a picture but dont have one of the rear end to show you the resemblance. thanks and good luck with your restorations.

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patsjohndeeres

01-31-2013 15:26:07




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to jd_adict, 01-31-2013 14:21:27  
What is a 4020 with MFWD really worth,? The tractor runs good but the front end not working, I know of one just do not know what to offer on it



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Pete1989

01-31-2013 14:15:24




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Pete1989, 01-31-2013 14:00:11  
I see what you mean Tim ;) theres little value to that over here though, fwa dont have the same value attached as they do in the US.

Yes Pat we have had to have that done too, either that or gas the axles which looks horrible.



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patsjohndeeres

01-31-2013 14:08:40




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Pete1989, 01-31-2013 14:00:11  
lots of work on them,I shipped a 5020 JD to a fellow this fall over there in the UK in a container,had to remove all wheels as it had a cab on it to fit in conatainer,



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Tx Jim

01-31-2013 14:05:33




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Pete1989, 01-31-2013 14:00:11  
That late model 3020 PS HFWA should be worth spending some money on to restore.



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df

01-31-2013 14:26:12




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Tx Jim, 01-31-2013 14:05:33  
Tx Jim. How do I post pics on this page?
David



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Tx Jim

01-31-2013 16:42:00




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to df, 01-31-2013 14:26:12  
df

I only know how to post photo in "Modern view". One needs to have photo downloaded on their computer. Then go below "submit button" to large box below red line that states "Advanced Posting Tools" then click on "upload photo",click on drowse then upload photo then click "continue".



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Tim S

01-31-2013 16:57:11




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 Re: Latest projects - 3020 & 4020 in reply to Tx Jim, 01-31-2013 16:42:00  
It works the same in the classic view, which I seem to like better, like Jim said you need to have your picture in a file to "browse" in..I am building files for different repairs so I can pull a photo out and post it to help explain some of the repairs we talk about on here.



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