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Re: Pull Starting a 1850

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Galen Houk

09-15-2013 12:47:51

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Here is what we hope to pull start. They just got back from California. They liked weight. The 1950 weighs 20,000# with the fluid filled tires.

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09-15-2013 19:12:58

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 Re: Pull Starting a 1850 in reply to Galen Houk, 09-15-2013 12:47:51  
Looks like you'll have a pretty valuable pair when restored. Love those 1950s with the detroits

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Galen Houk

09-16-2013 17:42:46

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 Re: Pull Starting a 1850 in reply to G1355, 09-15-2013 19:12:58  
The weights are off and listed on YT. The tractors came from California so even though the paint is bad, all of the controls are loose. We hope to get them started when we have a chance. I would like to keep the 1950 but I already have a 2 wheel drive. My son will be listing them after he gets them going. I also have a 1855 FWA coming that I will keep. It has been setting for 35 years so I will be asking what to check before I try to start it up.

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gary Spitznogle

09-15-2013 14:54:04

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 Re: Pull Starting a 1850 in reply to Galen Houk, 09-15-2013 12:47:51  
That's a 1950 with a detroit diesel, if it's been sitting you better make sure the emergency shutt off on the blower works or be sure rack is free or when it starts it may wind up and throw parts around the neighborhood

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