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Chris J

09-15-2001 18:42:12

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I'm now a 2 tractor household! I bought a Farmall C today, can't wait to get it home. I had been looking at it for a little while and decided to go ahead and pick it up. It's not in too bad a shape, good tight brakes and smooth clutch, no strange noises. Its got a sickle bar mower with it, and think I got it for a good price. I can't lose with it (I hope) as I see it.

By the way, does anyone know where the data plate is? I don't know what year it is, but will figure it out when I find it.


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09-16-2001 13:56:39

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 Re: Guess what?? in reply to Chris J, 09-15-2001 18:42:12  
I grew with an 49 C, and wish I could find it now.I loved that tractor, fun to drive and very handy chore tractor. Have fun.

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09-16-2001 04:33:08

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 Re: Guess what?? in reply to Chris J, 09-15-2001 18:42:12  
Chris: If missimg serial plate on right side of box under seat, one casting code is under your left heel when just touching the clutch. T is 1950 and so on.. R.

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Dave T

09-15-2001 19:48:30

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 Re: Guess what?? in reply to Chris J, 09-15-2001 18:42:12  
Congrats on C. I enjoy driving my "C" probably the most, even though it smokes a little and I have the trike front. Just overhauled the "Touch Control" hydraulic cyl. a week ago. It sure runs nice now. What kind of condition is your 'C" in??? Do you have the narrow dual front end???

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Paul Shuler

09-17-2001 22:40:40

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 Re: Re: Guess what?? in reply to Dave T, 09-15-2001 19:48:30  
Hey Dave, I need to do my touch controll. It leaks bad on the front side. What can you tell me about doing this job.

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Chris J

09-16-2001 12:07:16

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 Re: Re: Guess what?? in reply to Dave T, 09-15-2001 19:48:30  
It's in pretty good shape, complete, with reportedly a recent rebuild, brakes and clutch, paint is probably a 5 or so (older, but red, needs decals and touch up bare spots). It's a narrow front, my Dad says from what I told him that it has split haydraulics? Not sure about that one yet. He says I'm gonna like it, I just thought it was a good deal and a way to have company for my H! I'm looking forward to it, will post when it's home.

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sammy the RED

09-15-2001 18:44:18

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 Re: Guess what?? in reply to Chris J, 09-15-2001 18:42:12  
On side of tool box/seat mount.

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