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Brad wrote on Thursday, January 23, 2003 (PST):Great effort. Great article. Good Luck
Farmer Bob wrote on Thursday, January 23, 2003 (PST):Sean, You're doing great! Keep at it but don't get in any rush. Be careful that the transmission is not also froze solid and you may crack something trying to move it to fast too far. Good luck with your project.//FB
Dave42H wrote on Friday, January 24, 2003 (PST):Great Story,It;s tuff working on them when it;s so cold.Did I miss something in your story,I did'nt see what model of Farmall you bought. Goodluck,take your time your efforts will be worth it and these guys on YT web site can really help you out. Dave in Michigan
Basil wrote on Sunday, January 26, 2003 (PST): This story reminded me of my life on my family farm in Indiana. I remember working on tractors several times, not usually for fun,but I still enjoyed it. My family have always been Farmall people. My father's engagement present to my mother was a 1943 Farmall H. Thank-you for returning some old memories to a former farm boy. Keep up the good work and if you every need any advice,email me anytime.
dave taylor wrote on Sunday, February 09, 2003 (PST):I admire your courage in tackeling such a project. Would like to see some "before" and "after" pictures when you finish.
matt wrote on Wednesday, October 27, 2004 (PDT):that is really cool i wish i would of done that
Levi Keech wrote on Saturday, December 03, 2005 (PST):You sound like me! Right now I am restoring a 300 my grandpa gave me about a year ago. Goin' slow, I'm gettin' there.
terry foust wrote on Tuesday, December 27, 2005 (PST):I LOVE WHAT U ARE DOING TO UR TRACTOR. I HAD TO SOME OF THE SAME THINGS TO MINE
Rustyj14 wrote on Sunday, July 23, 2006 (PDT):It has been said by some on this column that automatic transmission fluid will be better to break loose a stuck engine
Larry59 wrote on Tuesday, February 26, 2008 (PST):Hang in there... even I have trouble on my tractor. I just back off at times and go for it again. Sooner or later it comes around and does what you want it to. S
Jess Jones wrote on Monday, September 29, 2008 (PDT):Too Cute
CJ wrote on Tuesday, November 11, 2008 (PST):Great story so far... did you continue with the diary? Have you finished the project yet? I'd love to red the entire story.
Rusty Jones wrote on Saturday, February 26, 2011 (PST): I have heard that putting automatic transmission oil in the cylinders will tend to free up stuck pistons. As for penetrating oil, try PB Blaster. It will loosen your mothers purse strings, as well of lots of rusty parts! Don't spend your money on WD 40. A waste of time.
Jimmy Z. wrote on Saturday, February 26, 2011 (PST):Keep up the good work. Easy does it. If something doesn't go right or you get frustrated, walk away till you come up with another solution. Sounds like this could be rewarding for you now by always learning and later by achieving a goal. Let us know how you did and what model or any more history of the tractor. Enjoy your hobby!
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