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July 01, 2022
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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Talk of the Town: Winterizin Engines - To Drain or Not to Drain? - by Staff. Another great discussion from the Tractor Talk Discussion Forum. The discussion started out with the following post: "Winter is fast approaching..for a gas tractor should the gas tank be drained and run the engine til the carb is dry or do the gas stabilizer products I've heard of work? (tractor will not be used til spring) any other tips for winterizing?? " ... [Read Article]
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Cutting a straight line with a Sheet Metal Nibbler You may have found that while your Sheet Metal Nibbler seems like the best way to cut sheet metal, it is too imprecise when used freehand and if you run it along a straight edge, your cut will ... [Read Tips]
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1953 John Deere 420 (Before)
Todays featured picture is a 1953 John Deere 420 (Before)
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What is the average time it takes you to restore a tractor?
1. 2-4 weeks  (28 votes, 6%)
  graphic showing 6 percent chose the 2-4 weeks option
2. 1-2 months  (23 votes, 5%)
  graphic showing 5 percent chose the 1-2 months option
3. 3-4 months  (25 votes, 5%)
  graphic showing 5 percent chose the 3-4 months option
4. 5-7 months  (31 votes, 6%)
  graphic showing 6 percent chose the 5-7 months option
5. 8-12 months  (79 votes, 17%)
  graphic showing 17 percent chose the 8-12 months option
6. 12-18 months  (78 votes, 17%)
  graphic showing 17 percent chose the 12-18 months option
7. 18 months - 2 years  (40 votes, 8%)
  graphic showing 8 percent chose the 18 months - 2 years option
8. 2 years or more  (141 votes, 31%)
  graphic showing 31 percent chose the 2 years or more option

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Today's Featured Article - Talk of the Town: Winterizin Engines - To Drain or Not to Drain? - by Staff. Another great discussion from the Tractor Talk Discussion Forum. The discussion started out with the following post: "Winter is fast approaching..for a gas tractor should the gas tank be drained and run the engine til the carb is dry or do the gas stabilizer products I've heard of work? (tractor will not be used til spring) any other tips for winterizing?? " ... [Read Article]

Latest Ad: WD45 Allis Chalmers tractor that needs some reassembly or will make a great donor tractor. I have the motor torn down currently and due to life changes, I need to sell. Tractor has Firestone 16.9x28 tires. Good metal,, carb, block, manifold, head, etc. Price is negotiable for cash. Calls only 7am to [More Ads]

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