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Re: WD, IN THE WEEDS

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T.Wood

03-05-2003 16:36:06




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The below comments are good advice. A good running WD doesn't cost that much. I took my grandfathers WD from behind the chicken coop, Where it sat for as long as I can remeber. I have over $2000.00 into the tractor and still not done. Mind you I didn't pay a dime for the tractor. All in All try to find a fair running tractor. All the parts that can be replaced on one "sitting in the weeds" can bury you.. Good Luck

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03-05-2003 17:23:25




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 Re: Re: WD, IN THE WEEDS in reply to T.Wood, 03-05-2003 16:36:06  
Yes, but I don't keep track of the money I am putting out, justhving fun working on my WD. I don't get as much time as I want, but I love going down to the basement/shop and making one thing after the other right. I am near starting it, working on radiator sheetmetal now, and neet to clean and coat the gastank, then it is fire up time. Have spent a few years and have about a total of two (one whole tractor, and tow parts of tractors) tractors here to make one. At this point (running) I will still have a lot left to do. May need to go into the trans and do seals too, who knows.

Anyway, if you can get the WD for little or noting and have the time and a place to work on it it can provide a good hobby project and a lot of fun for you. If not, get it anyway and find someone who wants it. Don't let it be scrapped!

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