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Dents, Dimples, Dings Part 4, Just about done!

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JRinElginTX

03-24-2014 22:23:23
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Well she's about 98% done, but for the most part it's all ready to go. Just have a few touch ups, brake adjustment and it's ready to roll. Thanks again to everyone who helped me out in getting this put back together. Enjoy!

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01BIRDDOG

03-26-2014 10:22:37
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 Re: Dents, Dimples, Dings Part 4, Just about done! in reply to JRinElginTX, 03-24-2014 22:23:23  
I would say this is a beautiful job on your tractor......Will outlast you now with proper care.[/b]



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Royse

03-25-2014 19:43:19
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 Re: Dents, Dimples, Dings Part 4, Just about done! in reply to JRinElginTX, 03-24-2014 22:23:23  
Nice work!

I use a rubber line for testing, but I'm one of those safety
minded guys that would pick it out as a permanent solution.

A 30 inch piece of 1/4 inch brake line has the correct fittings
on each end. Just bend it and screw it in. Less than $5.

Then that cute little fella wouldn't worry about fire! ;)

I like the wire loom for protecting the wires.

I see in the one picture you had a new boot for the shifter too.

If you have trouble getting it on, boil it in a pan of water first.

That will soften it up so it will flex easier to go on.

Keep us posted, you've done a lot of work and it looks great!

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Colin King

03-25-2014 19:10:20
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 Re: Dents, Dimples, Dings Part 4, Just about done! in reply to JRinElginTX, 03-24-2014 22:23:23  
You"ve done really nice work. Lots of attention to detail!

Colin, MN



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stansab

03-25-2014 09:21:49
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 Re: Dents, Dimples, Dings Part 4, Just about done! in reply to sfurn52, 03-24-2014 22:23:23  
good work nice to see another n saved good lookin little guy enjoy them both.



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David Bean

03-25-2014 07:23:47
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 Re: Dents, Dimples, Dings Part 4, Just about done! in reply to JRinElginTX, 03-24-2014 22:23:23  
Very nice! Lots of elbow grease went into that. But, it certainly paid off.
...and cute young'un!!



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carlntexas

03-25-2014 06:34:57
68.168.205.115



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 Re: Dents, Dimples, Dings Part 4, Just about done! in reply to pilot199, 03-24-2014 22:23:23  
I can see a lot of sweat going in to that looks good, but now you will be afraid to use it. :)



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maxwell99

03-25-2014 04:14:32
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 Re: Dents, Dimples, Dings Part 4, Just about done! in reply to JRinElginTX, 03-24-2014 22:23:23  
Great job!

Note to file: the under axle stabilizer should have the pin directly across from the lower arm pin.
On my tractor the adjustable lift arm screw is on the right side, may not make a difference, check it out.

Again, looks good,



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L.B,

03-25-2014 00:46:33
64.187.67.48



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 Re: Dents, Dimples, Dings Part 4, Just about done! in reply to JRinElginTX, 03-24-2014 22:23:23  
Excellent job and The A I gave you last time you had pictures still stands very nice job. You need to put hose clamps on air tube at air cleaner and carburetor it takes 4 clamps. Somebody will tell you not to use rubber gas line, I use a combo of metal and rubber.After I get past the exhaust manifold with metal and start down toward the carb I put an inline filter and rubber and the last few inches are metal. The safest is all metal. Your call.

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