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1948 "C" WIDE

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JIM

03-20-1998 18:39:40




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Just bought 48' C, need to locate basics like, air filter, plugs & wires, etc. for general tuneup, also what kind of oil, can I convert to 3pt hitch easy?




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Greg

02-02-2000 17:42:23




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 Re: 1948 C WIDE in reply to JIM, 03-20-1998 18:39:40  
: Just bought 48' C, need to locate basics like, air filter, plugs & wires, etc. for general tuneup, also what kind of oil, can I convert to 3pt hitch easy?

The air filter does not have an element, it is an oil bath filter. You just change the cup of oil. The plugs can be gotten in the Kmarts or anywhere, the wires are the same as any spark plug wires, get a make your own wire kit from Central Tractor or something. You need an owners manual at least to tell you what oil to use where, you need at least four different kinds, engine oil, hydraulic oil, steering gear oil, and real oil. Some models the real oil and hydraulic oil are the same reservoir. You can put a 3-point hitch on it, but it depends on your definition of "easy". It involves welding and some part fabrication. I put a three point setup on my '49 B, the B is very similar to the C. If your interested in how, e-mail me.

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