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Re: More questions on my 39 A

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02-01-2013 08:22:50

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1. Front hole is for the radiator cap.
2. Top gauge is heat gauge. Center gauge is amp gauge. Bottom gauge is oil pressure.
The oil gauge on the governor could be an add-on
or a farmer fix.

3. The small hole in the casting is for a ventilator pipe connected to the governor housing.

One never knows what might have been changed or added in the course of keeping the old machines runnning.

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02-01-2013 09:19:25

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 Re: More questions on my 39 A in reply to Pappy, 02-01-2013 08:22:50  
oops Forgot about the radiator. Thanks

How is the pipe connected to the gov housing, and to the air cleaner?. Can I buy it or do IO have to make itr>

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02-01-2013 13:51:50

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 Re: More questions on my 39 A in reply to Farmallb, 02-01-2013 09:19:25  
Vent tube is part number A2166, Part #16 on page 74 of the parts manual. Probably have to get one from a salvage yard. Book shows the part was used from 477000 (1939) to 583999 (1947) so one should be available from salvagers. Post an ad on this site for one. Someone will have it. Pipe will have two packing bushings and two glands to hold it in place. LOVE THEM A's.

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