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04-22-2013 17:25:56

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I just remember the words John Deere on the seat channel on the 37, The others had battery boxes underneith of the seat, OTHER than the 40, and I wasnt even in grade school when he had it.
This one has a seat that I have seen on a few F-20 Farmalls, but never on a JD. It is adjustab le at the bottom, Has 3, I think notches for adjusting that makes it stiffer, or not.

Just went out again and looked. Yup, your right. Theres 4 holes. The bottom 2 are broken off flush. Anybody know what size holes they are? Are they anything special in a bolt? The holes in the grills sure seem big for the size bolt holes in the pedistal.
Ill have to wait for Uncs check to get the right grill screens. Thanks all for the help and advice.

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04-22-2013 20:13:16

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 Re: Its a 39 A in reply to Farmallb, 04-22-2013 17:25:56  
Farmallb. Heat the area where the bolts are with your Oxy acy torch. Small cutting tip works good. Get it good and hot not red hot tho. Take a 3/8 nut. Weld the nut to the broken bolt stud. Fill nut with weld to the top. Let it cool off. Turn stud out with wrench . Wire feed welder works very well. Retap with 5/16. I'm sure its 18 tpi. Check yourself first. Just a standard 5/16 machine screw. They had a screw that the head takes a special driver cant think of the name right now but it looks like two v's stacked on top of one another. If that helps. The weld will not stick to the steering pedestal as its cast iron.

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