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F-20 at the Plow Day


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Posted by Brian Schmidt on October 13, 2013 at 19:14:33 from (69.66.237.150):

Our local farm show grounds had a fall plow day yesterday. My 8 year old son got excited when I offered to take him and his F-20 to go plowing.

I actually bought this tractor a couple years ago to turn a few bucks on. We ended up not selling it cause my son really likes this style tractor. The gas tank was full of rust, so we cleaned that out last fall and installed a liner.

This tractor never pulls anything but my boy tooling around on the farm. When we hooked it to the two bottom Little Genius, it ran well for about the first 50 yards then it would fall on it's face. My boy was really disappointed. At the end of the row it would be fine again. So fuel flow for sure.

We headed back to the truck for a farm field carb rebuild. Pulled the screen off and cleaned the rust out. Then pulled the bowl off and cleaned it out. Pulled the needle out and let gas flow through it to clear it out. Put it all back together and headed back to the field.

We made it the rest of the day in third gear with her barking very sweetly. Everyone there was amazed how well she ran in such short order.

My son was ear to ear grins all day as he steered for me. In fact when we got to the truck at the end of the day, he had dirt stuck on his front teeth cause he wouldn't quit smiling all day.


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