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Changing fan belts on Farmall A

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07-13-2001 13:35:44

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I have a 1944 Farmall "A" that I just bought and I need to change the fan belts. I see how to adjust the belt tension. I took the fan nut off and tried to bring the fan forward enough to put on the new belt, but the fan hits the radiator before the stud clears the adjustment slot. Do I have to take off the radiator or where the radiator goes into the top of the engine? Thanks for the help.

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07-14-2001 18:31:41

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 Re: Changing fan belts on Farmall A in reply to LarryE, 07-13-2001 13:35:44  
Thanks, "gene b" and "Dave", I did what you said and it worked great. Was a tight fit though. Thanks again

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07-14-2001 14:25:41

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 Re: Changing fan belts on Farmall A in reply to LarryE, 07-13-2001 13:35:44  
Like gene says, you have to work the belt over the fan, one blade at a time. If the belt is on the short side, it will barely make it. Good luck.

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07-13-2001 15:30:34

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 Re: Changing fan belts on Farmall A in reply to LarryE, 07-13-2001 13:35:44  
hope you didnot turn the nut that is closest to the block as it is made to seat in the slot of the bracket the nut next to the fan is the one to be loosened the belt is put on over the blades while you are at it I would put on a new fan belt the fan belt is 17/32x26-1/2 work the belts over the fan and into position that way the gen belt goes on first

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