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Social distance re-post for my friend Gary

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Chuck machinist

01-10-2021 05:35:33




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Earlier this fall I brought home a new to me DC -4 late model, from Polk city Iowa. And I promised Gary I would re-post this picture. We are buttoning her up as we speak this weekend waiting on a Mag from Kevins Mags in Illinois

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vac400

01-11-2021 05:29:45




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 Re: Social distance re-post for my friend Gary in reply to Chuck machinist, 01-10-2021 05:35:33  
Do I see gaskets for the rear axles? Looks good , so when is the ride? Jerry from Ohio



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Chuck machinist

01-15-2021 12:30:26




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 Re: Social distance re-post for my friend Gary in reply to vac400, 01-11-2021 05:29:45  
Yes you do Jerry. I contemplated, Using gasket eliminator by Loctite instead of gaskets, since actual houses had to be removed anyway, I went forth with new gaskets. No time to go cheap. CM



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TractorTucker

01-10-2021 07:03:05




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 Re: Social distance re-post for my friend Gary in reply to Chuck machinist, 01-10-2021 05:35:33  
How much does it cost to have a mag gone through? The rubbing block on the points in mine is worn out so it doesn't fire correctly and I just put a distributor on it.



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J Hamilton

01-10-2021 10:18:58




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 Re: Social distance re-post for my friend Gary in reply to TractorTucker, 01-10-2021 07:03:05  
Here's Kevin's contact info. Great guy to deal with



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Chuck machinist

01-10-2021 08:34:16




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 Re: Social distance re-post for my friend Gary in reply to TractorTucker, 01-10-2021 07:03:05  
Itís hard to say what it will cost, I trust that Kevin treats all of his customers well, as he well with me.



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J Hamilton

01-10-2021 05:55:21




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 Re: Social distance re-post for my friend Gary in reply to Chuck machinist, 01-10-2021 05:35:33  
Nice looking tractor! I did the social distance purchase from a fellow YT'r in December. I send all my mags to Kevin as well. What all did you do to your tractor?



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Chuck machinist

01-10-2021 06:11:44




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 Re: Social distance re-post for my friend Gary in reply to J Hamilton, 01-10-2021 05:55:21  
Morning J! Pastor John offered me a new used pair 13.6-38s, New water pump and generator belt, new axle seals differential shaft seals,Clutch housing shaft seals, New seat support bushings, and hydraulic control arm O-rings, just to name a few. And of course a new set of 31 to Bull gears and chains. Letís hope we havenít missed any!. CM many thanks to John and Chris Saeli for supporting me in this project!

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J Hamilton

01-10-2021 07:37:00




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 Re: Social distance re-post for my friend Gary in reply to Chuck machinist, 01-10-2021 06:11:44  
Oh wow! You're in a lot deeper than I'm doing. I'm doing an engine rebuild on an SC along with replacing the broken 1 1/8 PTO shaft to 1 3/8 shaft. I just got the rest of my valve train parts from John Saeli yesterday, so I'll be taking the head to my machine shop on Monday. And I recently sent the rod bearings to Don L to be reconditioned, then I'll be ready to start reassembly.



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