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April 20, 2021
Specializing in parts for older tractors - Ford, Farmall, Ferguson, Allis Chalmers, John Deere, Massey, Oliver and more. You'll also find extensive articles, pictures and forum discussions in our online community and archives.

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Oil Bath Air Filters - by Chris Pratt. Some of us grew up thinking that an air filter was a paper thing that allowed air to pass while trapping dirt particles of a particles of a certain size. What a surprise to open up your first old tractor's air filter case and find a can that appears to be filled with the scrap metal swept from around a machine shop metal lathe. To top that off, you have a cup with oil in it ("why would you want to lubricate your carburetor?"). On closer examination (and some reading in a AC D-14 service manual), I found out that this is a pretty ingenious method of cleaning the air in the tractor's intake tract. ... [Read Article]
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Used Equipment - Assessing the Hydraulic System

Power transmission by fluids is one of the most versatile of all power transmission systems. Hydraulic systems can be tricky to maintain because of the harsh environments to which they are su ... [Read Tips]

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Massey Ferguson 65 Row Cropper
Todays featured picture is a Massey Ferguson 65 Row Cropper
Gary Smith - OH
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What is the average time it takes you to restore a tractor?
1. 2-4 weeks  (28 votes, 6%)
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2. 1-2 months  (22 votes, 5%)
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3. 3-4 months  (22 votes, 5%)
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4. 5-7 months  (27 votes, 6%)
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5. 8-12 months  (76 votes, 18%)
  graphic showing 18 percent chose the 8-12 months option
6. 12-18 months  (75 votes, 17%)
  graphic showing 17 percent chose the 12-18 months option
7. 18 months - 2 years  (35 votes, 8%)
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8. 2 years or more  (134 votes, 31%)
  graphic showing 31 percent chose the 2 years or more option

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Today's Featured Article - Oil Bath Air Filters - by Chris Pratt. Some of us grew up thinking that an air filter was a paper thing that allowed air to pass while trapping dirt particles of a particles of a certain size. What a surprise to open up your first old tractor's air filter case and find a can that appears to be filled with the scrap metal swept from around a machine shop metal lathe. To top that off, you have a cup with oil in it ("why would you want to lubricate your carburetor?"). On closer examination (and some reading in a AC D-14 service manual), I found out that this is a pretty ingenious method of cleaning the air in the tractor's intake tract. ... [Read Article]

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