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Re: Late 63' MF 202

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Tony in Mass.

06-10-2013 07:51:52
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So where R U? Somewhere near St John's? And you don't have a trailer... yet... you or your dad must know someone with a trailer you can borrow, or pay to get it with you, or? U haul? rental place? That box blade is worth a few bills right there, so you are well in the black ink, the tractor is well worth what you paid, even if it is blown, so don't worry about needing stuff. But you got to get it home.
The farms on the rez are not family? but tribal? Hard to swap and trade with a commity, but I would stop in and tell someone what you got, they might know who has tires and starters etc... btw, those are industrial tires, they might outlive you, as long as you don't get sidewall damage. The starter might just be poor electrical connections, unscrew everything from the starter terminal to the battery and wire bruch and sandpaper them - these need every amp of a 12 volt- don't be scared to jump it directly with booster cables either, these things are tough. You are in fine shape here, just figure a way to get it home.. This is my- earlier 202, before I took it home. Blown engine now rebuilt, plain rear end now an ag live pto and 3 point now in back, And ready to slide back in under the loader frame... now that is a job I don't look forward to... I'll post more pics later, but yours came out fine.

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RuralTowner

06-10-2013 12:26:38
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 Re: Late 63' MF 202 in reply to Tony in Mass., 06-10-2013 07:51:52  
That one looks familiar. Right down to the spool of wire in the bucket. Could've sworn I saw a listing for it.

Tractor is 7 miles West in Bouse with another 3-4 miles of back roads to reach tractor. My boss (lives in Bouse) is helping recover it. Of anyone I know around he has the only truck//trailer heavy enough to haul the load.

The farms surround Parker (34 miles West...with the Colorardo River a few more miles West) and are on a tribal reservation...though some parts are family run. Mostly grow alfalfa, though I've seen cotton in some fields, a few with wheat, and others I didn't recognize.

Tractor idles...just not enough fuel flow to move with plugged line. Just needs stay running long enough to load, then later unload. Less time spent on another's property the better. But needs starter work now. Rust poured out of starter when disassembled to clean//lube. Even after that it would not turn...only engage the romex. Acts like it shorted. Found replacement...just need to get it.

I'll try to limit future post sizes. I've gotten used to having to explain the goings to regards on other forums.

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