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Re: Glow plugs??

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david l wilson

12-30-2002 01:13:22




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i can't help you with the glow plugs but i am looking for people i can talk to about ed-40's. i am going to look at and probably buy one in a couple of weeks. anything in particular i should look at ? i believe the motor is stuck how hard is it to get parts for the motor drive line sheet metal etc. thank you for any info. david l wilson




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freeman

12-30-2002 19:20:42




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 Re: Re: Glow plugs?? in reply to david l wilson, 12-30-2002 01:13:22  
Most parts are not available from the dealer. Standard engines were used by other companies, so there should be some parts around,my engine was good, used parts are available from salvage yards. Not easy starters, tiny shot of ether, it fires right up. Poor steering box design, you will need a good machine shop to repair the box. Suspect the rims will be rotted, the 12X28 are available or can be repaired. With the engine stuck, be prepared to spend more money than what the tractor is worth. Email me if you have any questions, will try to give you an answer. good luck!!!!

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david l wilson

12-31-2002 01:35:12




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 Re: Re: Re: Glow plugs?? in reply to freeman, 12-30-2002 19:20:42  
thank you for the info any idea what that thing is worth ? it is preatty rough. no left hood, grill and rad. housing bent,rear fenders junk, etc. they are asking $ 850.00. thanks again david l wilson.



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freeman

12-31-2002 02:54:41




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Glow plugs?? in reply to david l wilson, 12-31-2002 01:35:12  
The tractor weighs 2 ton, given the condition, it is likely worth whatever old iron is worth. Price sounds steep given it would be worth 2,000 to 2800 if it was in good, running condition. You may want to call a tractor salvage yard(Wengers or others on the A/C page) to get specific part prices/availability. They could give you a better idea of salvage value. The tractor is similar to a D-14 or D-15, might be able to adapt some sheet metal. good luck

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