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|The 1941 L |
4 years ago my grandfather home an old 1941 L. It looked like a lot of work it hadn't been run in 40 some odd years. Well he got it off the trailer and in the shop he pulled out the engine, and it was solid the pistons were hard to find and the rims were in rough shape. He made new rims and redid the whole tractor remaking btis and pieces as he went along. the rear tires are front steam traction engine tires. it took us 4 years to redo it and this made us really mad. we turned it over 7 times and it fired and went then died, so we cleaned out the carb, turned it over twice and it fired and went then we killed it, then went inside for the day. We come out the next morning to water all over the shop floor, my grandpa and I looked at each other and swore at each other. we found a small pin hole in the rad, we tried to fix it and it was worse, then we put a huge 2 inch hole in it to pinch the tubes. but it mad eit even worse the rad was rotten so 300 dollars later. The rad was fixed and back on the tractor now the tractor runs like a dream.
JD Collector Jr., ON, entered 2006-07-13
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