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Re: ford 44 2n what should ask for tractor

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Fuddy Duddy

08-10-2014 20:31:18

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Paint will bring the price up. But doing a good job is hard work. Main thing I would do is give it that Tune Up and get it running right. I see so often people say 'runs good just needs a tune up (or carb work). If it needs that then it's not running good. That is often a cover up statement for other problems. Wouldn't cost much money or work to get it right. I might not worry about the hydraulic fluid. But that could be a sign of neglect to some.

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tom bleeker

08-11-2014 15:26:01

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 Re: ford 44 2n what should ask for tractor in reply to Fuddy Duddy, 08-10-2014 20:31:18  
The tractor runs good know just won"t to spruce it up. My 8n It had a lot of rot and lots of tin and welding work. This 2n tin is much better less rot thanks .

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Fuddy Duddy

08-12-2014 05:09:13

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 Re: ford 44 2n what should ask for tractor in reply to tom bleeker, 08-11-2014 15:26:01  
Then probably best to sell it without a new paint job. New paint jobs where the tractor was painted just to sell it were often painted just to hide the rust like on your 8N. But not done right it shows back up shortly. I'm less likely to buy one with a New paint job for that reason. But that's just me.

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