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Thursday, August 21, 2014

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Article Spotlight

Tractor Generators - by Chris Pratt. As a companion to the articles on three-brush and two-brush generators, it seemed fitting that we should provide our readers with a description of how a generator works in lay terms. The difficulty with all those "theory of operation" texts is that they border on principles of electricity or physics and such. Since I know nothing of either, you will have to put up with looking at the common sense side of how generators work which means we " ... [Read Article]

Today's Antique Tractor Tip Top Antique Tractor Discussions

Removing Dents From a Gas Tank

The following was suggested if you need to pull a dent out of a gas tank that can't be pulled out with a suction cup: ... [ More ]


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