Posted by Gambles on September 25, 2012 at 15:42:40 from (220.127.116.11):
Forgive my lack of knowledge on this tractor; I'm an Oliver and Cockshutt man. With that being said, I've got a John Deere B, serial number 75106. (1939, correct?) This tractor was my dad's tractor and it's been parked in the back corner of a shed for 30+ years. 4 forward speeds and a (I believe) Wico mag. It ran when it was parked, but now the engine is tight and I've got my magic elixir in the cylinders soaking to get them loosened up. The engine will be completely gone over this winter. Anyway, over the years, the carburetor has magically walked off. When I go to looking for the correct one, is there a certain make or model that I need to look for? As a kid, I remember that the choke lever has no rod attached to it, but that's about all I can remember. Post some info please. Thank you.
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