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December 07, 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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The Nuts and Bolts of Fasteners - Part 2 - by Curtis Von Fange. In our previous article we discussed capscrews, bolts, and nuts along with their relative hardness and thread sizes. In this segment we will finish up on our fasteners and then work with ways to keep them from loosening up in the field. Capscrews, bolts and nuts are not the only means of holding two parts together. When dealing with thinner metals like sheet tin, a long bolt and ... [Read Article]
Today's Antique Tractor Tip

Sandblasting - Troubleshooting a Pressure Blaster

Problem: No Air or Abrasive Coming Through the Nozzle

Possible Cause: Clogged nozzle, due to the use of improperly graded abrasive or reuse of abrasive without straining. If abrasive is ... [Read Tips]

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1935 Farmall F-12
Todays featured picture is a 1935 Farmall F-12
Bob Kerr - IN
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Today's Featured Article - The Nuts and Bolts of Fasteners - Part 2 - by Curtis Von Fange. In our previous article we discussed capscrews, bolts, and nuts along with their relative hardness and thread sizes. In this segment we will finish up on our fasteners and then work with ways to keep them from loosening up in the field. Capscrews, bolts and nuts are not the only means of holding two parts together. When dealing with thinner metals like sheet tin, a long bolt and ... [Read Article]

Latest Ad: I am looking to find out what parts are out there for a British build International 384 tractor build in 1979. I hope that someone will let me know [More Ads]

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