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Procrastination (oliver 99)

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08-06-2014 20:47:05

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me and procrastination have gone hand in hand for as long as I can remember. I'm taking the 99 to Heatwole Threshing show this weekend but she needed some TLC first. Had to swap out the gas tank cause it leaked so now it doesn't look at pretty for now and had to replace the fan belt. When I restored the tractor I got every 1in. wide belt Napa could get ahold of and none fit. So I put the old one back on and snapped off the lock bolt for the pulley (ach I'll take care of that later). Fast forward a year later belt snaps while grinding feed (son of a gun). I seen a 90 at an auction that had a 5/8 wide belt so I found one that was right size. Now remember that broken bolt? I tried like heck to get that out of there without taking off radiator and messed up the pulley, thankfully I had a spare. But ended up removeing radiator anyway (shoulda done it in the first place). Now I wait till tomorrow after work to put it all back together and drive it around a bunch to make sure every thing is good and if that water pump leaks I'm going to cry. haha amazing the stuff one has to put up with when it come to old tractors/equiptment but I wouldn't have it any other way.

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Kow Farmer

08-07-2014 17:51:23

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 Re: Procrastination (oliver 99) in reply to OliverNate, 08-06-2014 20:47:05  
The tractor sure is looking nice Nate. It is nice to see people giving this old iron another chance at life. Great job. Thanks for the pic.
Kow Farmer Kurt

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