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RFC in NY

09-17-2002 06:09:49




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Anyone know where there is restorable D19 and how much of a project is it to restore - are parts available or is it a lost cause. Even though I never had one - Like this tractor . We had a new 1959 D17 diesel many years ago




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Monster Mark

09-18-2002 19:30:20




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 Re: D19 in reply to RFC in NY, 09-17-2002 06:09:49  
There are a few available here in the Mid-West. I see them listed occasionally in tractor sales publications. I stumbled on to one 4 years ago. It was in rough shape. I use it for what farming I do. It has been mentioned in previous discussions that they are prone to head problems. I have been working through mine and think I have it fixed. I would like to thank everyone out there for the tips. Parts should be readily available. The block is the same for gas or diesel (also found in some combines). The differnce between gas and diesel is the head. Front end parts are common among several different models as are the rear end parts. If you find one, I think you'll enjoy it. I like having mine around and it is reliable. Good luck, Mark

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