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July 16, 2019
Welcome to Yesterday's Tractors, your Antique Tractor Headquarters! We specialize in antique tractor parts and information for John Deere, Farmall, Allis Chalmers, Ford, Oliver, Case - all older tractors made before 1985. We have the parts you need to repair your old tractor! Plus thousands of pages of information, photos and forum discussions available through the links above.

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Tractor Profile: Ford 600 Series - by Staff. The Ford 600 Series tractors bean production in 1954, and continued until 1957. Quite similar to the Ford NAA (Golden Jubilee) in design, it used the same 132 cubic inch Red Tiger engine with 31 horsepower. Several different models were made in the 600 Series, and these numbers were used to denote whether they used a particular transmission, hydraulic system, or PTO. The result was five different model numbers: 620, 630, 640, 650 and 660. These break down as follows: ... [Read Article]
Today's Antique Tractor Tip

Sometimes Simple Fixes Avoid Spending Money

Simple Fix #7 - Boiling out radiator fluid - Your tractor boils out your radiator fluid whenever it warms up. Before replacing the thermostat, be sure your radiator cap is rated correctly for you ... [Read Tips]

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2. hand lever  (551 votes, 42%)
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