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Re: a little more progress on the F20N

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05-04-2001 19:54:10

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Sure is looking good Bill. I've managed to get a
second piston free tonight sure is tough though.
If you have any advice on anything relating to the
F-20 I sure would like to hear it. Cant wait to
see yours when your done. Take care, good luck

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05-05-2001 04:55:48

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 Re: Re: a little more progress on the F20N in reply to Shawn, 05-04-2001 19:54:10  
Thank you for your encouragement. I am no expert on the F20. I drove one on the farm as a kid, and painted it in 1962, but that one is long gone somewhere out west. I have owned a few, but dont have any unusual information on them. This forum is the best place to get answers on farmall questions, but if you have a particular question on something I have done to mine, I am glad to answer anything I can.

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05-05-2001 08:38:06

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 Re: Re: Re: a little more progress on the F20N in reply to Bill B, 05-05-2001 04:55:48  
Thanks Bill This is my first tractor restoration, this was
the first tractor my grandfater bought for the
farm. So Im pretty persistant on getting it done.
Got a quick question, just wondering how rare the
original point and plug gapping tool is. My uncle
gave it to me when I started the project, told me
it came new with the tractor. Thanks

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05-05-2001 10:06:31

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: a little more progress on the F20N in reply to Shawn, 05-05-2001 08:38:06  
I am the wrong person to ask that of. I never knew they had such a thing, and now I feel deprived that I dont have one. I feel great when a crank comes with a tractor, never got any tools except this one came with a spark plug wrench. I suspect some of the pros can tell you about the rarity, but to me it is as rare as they come!

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