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W 30 Project tractor

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BillD

06-28-2001 17:30:41




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It followed me home Good tin bad tires and one rim not so good Engine stuck Lower end looks good clean oil iserts and lots of shims Wife looked at it and said just your kind of tractor




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Bob Kerr

06-29-2001 10:37:24




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 Re: W 30 Project tractor in reply to BillD, 06-28-2001 17:30:41  
Hi Bill , It does look good! I saw it first hand the night before you got it to your place. (Wayne spent the night here on the way south) if you need some really good advise for getting the engine unstuck without wrecking anything let me know. My 10-20 sat outside for 30-40 years and I had it loose in 1.5 hrs and didn't break a thing. Before you try to get it loose make sure your valves are free! That tractor is nice enough you should have it shined up in no time! I liked the lack of rust on it! Good catch!

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The Red

06-29-2001 11:58:08




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 Re: Re: W 30 Project tractor in reply to Bob Kerr, 06-29-2001 10:37:24  
Bob what techniques did you use to get your 10-20 loose? I am struggling getting the pistons and sleeves out of Old Rusty H.



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Redfan

06-29-2001 01:49:42




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 Re: W 30 Project tractor in reply to BillD, 06-28-2001 17:30:41  
Looks pretty straight Bill, and complete. Hope the motor doesn't take much unsticking. Good luck. Regards, Redfan.



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ff316

06-28-2001 18:18:20




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 Re: W 30 Project tractor in reply to BillD, 06-28-2001 17:30:41  
That's a fine looking machine! How come nothing like that ever follows me home? You must carry bacon in your pocket. Oh well, next time you notice one like that following you just come to my house! Good luck - Fireman



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