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grandpa Love

10-09-2016 18:29:57




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So the new project made it home. 3 trips and some hard work. Excited to get started. Included picture of where this stuff sat for last 11-12 years. Tractor has tires so new the numbers are still on treads! But exhaust manifold is rusted through and rocking it slightly in gear -it wouldn't move. Some ATF in plugs to start with. Oil is right at full and clean. I believe we can save her! Not sure what to do with all the implements. May put em up for sale. We will be asking for help on here as we dig in. Already have a couple old fords and got tons of helpful advice on this site. Thanks to all yall who are willing to share your knowledge.

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Tracto-man

10-12-2016 19:06:54




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 Re: new project in reply to grandpa Love, 10-09-2016 18:29:57  
That'll be a fun Project!

Don't think I've ever seen pics of your Ford '01 series tractors before? Looks like a nice pair! Would love to find a narrow front pedestal for my 961 some day.



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grandpa Love

10-12-2016 19:46:25




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 Re: new project in reply to Tracto-man, 10-12-2016 19:06:54  
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The ford with red grill is a 640. Someone in the past put a different grill on it. It gets lots of comments at shows. Lol. Would love to find a wide front end for the 960. We use the heck out of em. Got the AC to fix up. Want to keep everything together and haul it to shows.

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Tracto-man

10-12-2016 19:59:24




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 Re: new project in reply to grandpa Love, 10-12-2016 19:46:25  
I'd say let's trade but if I remember correctly you leave a ways from MI? Lol.

Good luck with the ac!



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old

10-10-2016 09:01:29




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 Re: new project in reply to grandpa Love, 10-09-2016 18:29:57  
Pour as much ATF down the exhaust as it will hold that will help free up any stuck valves and also will get to the cylinder most likely to be the one that is stuck the worst. When I do an ATF treatment I fill the cylinder since you never know what type of pistons it has and some have a cup sort of top so filling makes sure the whole piston and the rings get ATF on them



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wilson ind

10-12-2016 17:31:24




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 Re: new project in reply to old, 10-10-2016 09:01:29  
Going to take a lot of ATF as exhaust is rusted through!!!!!!!!!!!!



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barney stephens

10-12-2016 10:28:59




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 Re: new project in reply to old, 10-10-2016 09:01:29  
Hello grandpa love.I am almule down here in Covington County Alabama Andalusia/Opp area.We need to get to know each other.I just recently purchased a allis chalmers ca tractor with wide front end.The one in these pictures is narrow(row crop). We have something common.Email or give me a call 1-334-488-4649. Barney Stephens (almule) e-mail 2oaksfarms@gmail.com



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grandpa Love

10-12-2016 18:32:09




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 Re: new project in reply to barney stephens, 10-12-2016 10:28:59  
Be glad to give you a call this weekend. We are going to the G Roundup in gadsden so will have some down time to call. Always good to chat with someone local.



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grandpa Love

10-11-2016 07:07:21




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 Re: new project in reply to old, 10-10-2016 09:01:29  
Hey "old" thanks for advice. Also read what you told "stuck B". Your success rate on unsticking motors has given us hope! I do have a question. The exhaust manifold is rusted through, is it better to buy a new one from steiner (or similar) or hunt up a parts tractor and get original? Not gonna restore tractor to new condition. We like em in workin' clothes.



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old

10-11-2016 08:51:10




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 Re: new project in reply to grandpa Love, 10-11-2016 07:07:21  
A good used one can be as good as a new one in my book. Shoot i may have one laying around sine I have 2 parts Cs on the place. I have a couple of odd parts off a C laying right here behind me. They are a set of cast iron oil pan and valve cover which you do not see often but many want them



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grandpa Love

10-11-2016 09:39:45




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 Re: new project in reply to old, 10-11-2016 08:51:10  
It would be great if you have one. When you get a chance, take a look and let me know. If you do have one, email me and let me know a price w/ shipping. And we will see what we can do. Thanks!



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old

10-12-2016 13:21:40




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 Re: new project in reply to grandpa Love, 10-11-2016 09:39:45  
I can find the head and oil pan the valve cover and 2 blocks but did not find a manifold. I did find a manifold for a Farmall B but not one of a B/C



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grandpa Love

10-12-2016 18:27:45




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 Re: new project in reply to old, 10-12-2016 13:21:40  
And the hunt for manifold continues. Lol. Thanks for looking for it, "old"!



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Traditional Farmer

10-10-2016 05:10:17




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 Re: new project in reply to grandpa Love, 10-09-2016 18:29:57  
That Middle Buster and what looks like a Bogg disk are real nice finds



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Bob Bancroft

10-10-2016 04:49:41




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 Re: new project in reply to grandpa Love, 10-09-2016 18:29:57  
Is it just me, or was AC up to their tricks? I thought CA's, like WD45's, came standard with a "snap coupler" hitch? Wrong again, I guess. Looks like CA production predates WD45 by a few years.



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Ralphwd45

10-10-2016 18:00:41




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 Re: new project in reply to Bob Bancroft, 10-10-2016 04:49:41  
Bob! my 52 CA has a pin hitch, instead of snap couple bell, but still accepted a tonys tractors 3 pt assembly.



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chalmersbob(pa)

10-09-2016 19:30:36




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 Re: new project in reply to grandpa Love, 10-09-2016 18:29:57  
Good find
Good luck
Bob



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grandpa Love

10-09-2016 18:31:12




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 Re: new project in reply to grandpa Love, 10-09-2016 18:29:57  
I know --- the rotary cutter is a case. Lol. But it came with it.



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