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WD Restore

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smokylake

04-19-2018 13:11:03




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My first attempt at a tractor restore. These old machines are fun to work on. Now I have created a monster. Was looking at a Belarus 820 that is from the old soviet era. Engine is perfect and everything works but it looks like hell. When I finish this one it will be the Belarus turn. This is a great hobby with practical benefits. I will be using the Allis-Chalmers for general work and the Belarus will be my field tractor. [/img]

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Aaron SEIA

04-20-2018 16:29:22




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 Re: WD Restore in reply to smokylake, 04-19-2018 13:11:03  
The same lever that runs the lift arms. They are NOT separately controlled.
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smokylake

04-20-2018 13:50:48




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 Re: WD Restore in reply to smokylake, 04-19-2018 13:11:03  
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There is only one thing bugging me about this restoration. How was the rear hyd. remote operated? I see a fitting but I can find no valve controlling it.



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BushogPapa

04-22-2018 21:25:55




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 Re: WD Restore in reply to smokylake, 04-20-2018 13:50:48  
The rear cylinder will extend once the rear lift arms have fully lifted..

You probably should locate a "Transport Valve", as used on the WD-45 models..it provides the hydraulic connection ( under the drivers seat) and gives additional control for delay for cultivators, etc..



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YTSupport

04-20-2018 13:40:07




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 Re: WD Restore in reply to smokylake, 04-19-2018 13:11:03  
Great Job. One of the best things about restoring a tractor, is that when you are done, you have something very useful and it cost you 20 to 25k less than buying a new one. The way I figure it, you should have enough tractors that you never have to swap implements to do a job ;).
That should be pretty handy with the 3-point on it.



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Traditional Farmer

04-23-2018 02:59:44




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 Re: WD Restore in reply to YTSupport, 04-20-2018 13:40:07  
That's pretty much what I do is have a tractor for every implement I use,makes a huge difference the older I get not having to swap up implements.Plus I'll jump on the Oliver 1465 I leave hooked up to the bush hog and go cut for a couple hrs when it wouldn't be worth it if I had to hook and unhook it.The David Brown 780 has been hooked to the same hay rake for 15 years.



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smokylake

04-20-2018 10:37:05




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 Re: WD Restore in reply to smokylake, 04-19-2018 13:11:03  
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Thank you Chaskaduo. The previous owner 30 years back had really looked after it and most of the credit in regard to it's looks belongs to him. According to Dad he used to wipe it down after every use and never idled it for extended periods of time. I only made sure it was stored inside. But mechanically it was not so good
it needed some TLC and some parts. It is a fun machine open station tractors are a different experience as opposed to a tractor with a cab.

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chaskaduo

04-20-2018 10:00:41




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 Re: WD Restore in reply to smokylake, 04-19-2018 13:11:03  
Good Looking Tractor.



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