Posted by ray hofstetter on September 22, 2012 at 13:15:10 from (184.108.40.206):
Not my tractor, I just have to keep it running. 1963 Ford 2000 gas, 4 cyl. Guy who owns the company I work for brushhogs nearly 50 acres every year. He's 80 and doesn't belong on a tractor. Not his age, just no tractor savy. His son and everyone else that runs the Ford is the same way. I've pulled this tractor (and others) out of creeks, swamps and ravines. Last year radiator was leaking and beyond repair, installed new one. One week later they drove it into ravine and the front axel pivoted so high it shoved lower radiator hose into fan, also broke bottom radiator outlet. Radiator shop fixed the outlet and they were good 'til this year. They've done the same thing, but this year I don't see how they flexed the axle that far, no hills ar ravines in sight. Question is:Should the front axle pivot that high?
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