Posted by GarryinNC on May 04, 2014 at 16:26:24 from (22.214.171.124):
Here are some photos of a 'barn fresh' TO 35 that I bought a couple of years ago. It was traded in on a new Kubota and I got it from friends who run the dealership.
It had the original Firestones on the back, but they were unusable, so I got new tires and sandblasted and painted the rims. It is a 1956 model, and if I ever paint it, I might go with Cream/Green.
It has a cracked lift cover, as you can see on one picture. Would this have been caused by the lift going up too high or something else? Would it be better to just replace the whole housing sometime, rather than try to weld the cast iron?
Also, it has a 'growl' in reverse/high range as the gears 'unload' when backing up. Any ideas on this? I don't know if this statement make enough sense or not.
We use it mainly for raking hay and pulling hay wagon. Runs very well, no smoke etc. Sorry, don't know why the pictures uploaded so many times!
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