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June 20, 2024
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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Ford Part Number Trivia - by Forum Participants. "Replaced by" means the part was superseded. All of my part books date back to 1964 and New Holland have changed some part numbers. They usually put the old Ford part number on the package. I was suppressed when I looked up the part number of the auxiliary drive shaft because for some reason the part number went through a radical change and it lost its "Basic Part Number". Ford part numbers follow the following rules. Most part numbers are in three parts. The middle part is called the ... [Read Article]
Today's Antique Tractor Tip

Can't Find a Gasket Since many of the gaskets on old tractors aren't available anymore, you may be stuck with having to use one of the modern tubes of "gasket maker" substances available at auto parts stores. If you have tried unsuccessfully t ... [Read Tips]
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M-M/White 4x4
Todays featured picture is a M-M/White 4x4
Mike Quale - MN
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1. foot pedal  (870 votes, 37%)
  graphic showing 37 percent chose the foot pedal option
2. hand lever  (1431 votes, 62%)
  graphic showing 62 percent chose the hand lever option

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