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Re: Late 63' MF 202

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Tony in Mass.

06-10-2013 16:09:00

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I doubt you saw this for sale, the seller didn't even post a pic on CL, this came from about an hour west of Boston 6 months ago. I have posted it on these forums tho...
BTW, the starter gear is a 'Bendex', not a romex... that is what you wire a house with. So you are in hell's kitchen? Kingman or Selgman area? Mucho caleinteeee..... maybe me and Inno can help you fix this tractor... in a few months... from like October to ...whenever it starts getting hot again... March? A couple years ago I saw a TO35 on the cal side of the river from you, for sale, painted wrong like most are, I have no idea what they farmed there... cactus plants?
A little to far to tow or drive home huh? Like Inno is thinking, a small gas tank off a lawn mower tied to something higher would get you on the trailer.

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06-10-2013 18:37:27

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 Re: Late 63' MF 202 in reply to Tony in Mass., 06-10-2013 16:09:00  
Ah...okay then the image was probably a result then when I looked up Masseys then.

Thanks for the correction though. Knew it had -ex in it but not sure WHY i thought it was romex.

No...Kingman actually can see snow in the winter. I live about 2 hours drive South and another hour East. Last time a single flake dropped where I'm at was 30 some years ago. It's a few and far between winter gets cold enough here to even freeze water. Couple winters ago the highs were in the 70's very low 80's while places in the New England corner were getting buried//frozen.

Never seen any listings for tractors in that foreign land of least none that weren't placed on the far side of the state.

As the tank goes it seems the cleaning did okay. 15-20 minutes of repeated flushing//draining until no more scale came out...then air dried. Was probably as bone dry after 10 minutes in this heat as it was before putting gas in it in the first place. But now its just a starter issue. Today thought had found a for an International but otherwise appeared identical...the mounting holes were 90-deg to the solenoid instead of offset angle (just meant it'd point outwards a bit more and fight some hoses...until I tried to install it. Didn't see that the 'National had an extra large shoulder on it so it wouldn't fit the opening. Starter will go in but stop at the shoulder. Taking it back tomorrow to try and find a different one.

As for the offer to help get the tractor going? Hmm. I work at La Paz County Park where about 1/3 to 1/2 out winter visitors are from Canada, Washington//Oregon//Idaho region. Even have a few that make the trek all the way from Alaska.
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06-10-2013 21:49:25

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 Re: Late 63' MF 202 in reply to RuralTowner, 06-10-2013 18:37:27  
OK, before you take this IH start back to wherever... if it is a Declo Remi, and sorta looks like it would have fit except for the extra ring at the hole... this part the 'nose'.... may be... interchangeable. Same motor innards, wiring, shell, but these noses 'might' be swapped around. Take the old one off your bad starter, and just hold it next to the IH one... if it looks like something you can do... but don't mess up the new one! Good luck. Yeah I never been to your area in AZ, but I bet I can find it on a map. the TO35 I saw was near across the highway from...??? a military industrial looking megaplant on Rt 40 not far from the bridges. Lots of awesome tractors in central valley... but they all seem to be in good shape, and no one is giving them away...

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