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Got a WC today sort of

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old

01-16-2008 16:52:58




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Well I have payed for it but couldn't haul it and the MH 33 at the same time. This WC is in real bad shape but at least it has what seems to be good brakes which I need one of for my WC s/p and also has a PTO which I might put on my S/p plus it has some sort of lift on it which I sort of think looks neat. Oh well I'll probably haul it home next week.

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Bulldog

01-18-2008 19:43:53




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 Re: Got a WC today sort of in reply to old, 01-16-2008 16:52:58  
have 1935 ac wc been in family since it was new.looking for a unstyled hood. any leads would help



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temporary tom

01-17-2008 07:52:23




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 Re: Got a WC today sort of in reply to old, 01-16-2008 16:52:58  
i just bought a 1948 wc not long ago,how do i engage the belt pulley on this tractor?



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old

01-17-2008 08:05:48




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 Re: Got a WC today sort of in reply to temporary tom, 01-17-2008 07:52:23  
So I'm guessing your pulley isn't spinning when you let off on the clutch right?? If thats the case you have to loosen up the lock nut/screw and then slide it in some till it engages the gear that drives it. But then it will spin any time your using the tractor and have the clutch out. The only way to engage or disengage the belt pulley is by pushing it in and locking it in or pulling it out and locking it out.

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temporary tom

01-17-2008 08:24:14




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 Re: Got a WC today sort of in reply to old, 01-17-2008 08:05:48  
thanks hobby farm, i,ll give that a try,



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JMS/.MN

01-16-2008 18:33:01




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 Re: Got a WC today sort of in reply to old, 01-16-2008 16:52:58  
The mechanical power lift is for the row-crop cultivator, and a lister. Look on the right side of the lift for a little lever, two position, one labeled "cult", the other one "lister". Does it have the throwout lever next to the steering column to disconnect the drive to the rear axle- that lets you raise the cultivator with the transmission in gear, tractor stopped, like when you are in mud, up against a fencepost, or someone tripped the cultivator while parked in a shed, up against a wall. A few lifts even had "teeth" on them, so you could crank them up with a special engaging lever. Check the serial number- and rear end. If it has a pressed steel rear end that the finals bolt to, the serial number will have an "S" at the end of it- indicates a WWII tractor. Number is not on the usual flat spot, it is at the top of the differential. Found one a couple years ago for $550, 1944, (same as me), and had the Sherman two speed in it. Good luck with it!

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old

01-16-2008 19:06:21




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 Re: Got a WC today sort of in reply to JMS/.MN, 01-16-2008 18:33:01  
I sort of looked at the number but didn't write it down. Numbers where on the center of the rear end if that says any thing about it. I didn't really look it over all that good because I knew I could use it for the parts I need. Once I get it home I'll look it over a lot better and then parts I don't use I'll put up for sale so may other people can fix theres up better also

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STEVE FREEMAN

01-16-2008 17:07:40




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 Re: Got a WC today sort of in reply to old, 01-16-2008 16:52:58  
I HAVE A WC THAT IS MUCH THE SAME SHAPE I STILL PLAN TO RESTORE HER SOMDAY
I BOUGHT HER FOR PARTS FOR MY GRAMPS WC
AND ONLLY USED ONE FENDER ENGINE IS STUCK BUT PARTS FOR THESE OLD GIRLS ARE PLENTYFUL IN
MY AREA TRY TO FIX THIS FINE TRACTOR AS YOU KNOW THERE
ALL WORTH IT
THANKS STEVE



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old

01-16-2008 17:11:41




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 Re: Got a WC today sort of in reply to STEVE FREEMAN, 01-16-2008 17:07:40  
Way to far gone to be fixed. Engine is laying all over the place etc. But I figure it will help fix some problems I have on my WC Speed Patrol



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