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J.C. in NC

03-13-2001 13:36:51

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Hey y'all.Me and my father-in-law just brought home a B and its in need of a manifold.We are kind of tight on the money so a used one would be ok for now.Do any of y'all know where I could find one?At this time we are trying to get the thing unstuck.Manifold had a hole the size of my thumb and water must have crept in.Also where is the stamp to tell the year of the tractor.We normaly mess with old Fords or Farmalls.This is our first AC.Thanks for your time.JC

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johnny goodwin

03-13-2001 19:43:29

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 Re: Question?? in reply to J.C. in NC, 03-13-2001 13:36:51  
J.C. you may won,t to try Brook,s Sales in wingate N.C. #1704-233-4242 ask for Walt..
I also own a A/C model B thats where i bought

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03-13-2001 14:12:15

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 Re: Question?? in reply to J.C. in NC, 03-13-2001 13:36:51  
Hey J.C, I believe the sereal number is by the gear shift knob if your B has hand brakes,it's an older model(1938-194?)I would hesitat on buying a used manifold unless I knew it was magnafluxed if it's cracked on the intake you'll never know until it gets hot and opens up,be carefull a lot of guys out there want as much for a old one as they do for a new one! Good luck, Joe
P.S. They're great little tractors!

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Sandy Lake Implement

03-13-2001 15:03:23

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 Re: Re: Question?? in reply to Joe, 03-13-2001 14:12:15  
The serial # is on the trans by the gearshift. You
can reference it to a production year. We stock U.S. made reproduction manifolds for $114 and
possibly may have a used one for $50 or so. E mail
if interested or ph 724-376-2489 8-5 eastern.
Bill from home

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03-14-2001 13:40:50

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 Re: Re: Re: Question?? in reply to Sandy Lake Implement, 03-13-2001 15:03:23  
Thanks for the #'s and info.

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