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Randy

08-20-1999 09:04:17




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Can anyone give me an Idea where the decals for an F-20 are placed. Apicture ot two would be helpful.
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Farmall Gray

08-20-1999 09:51:39




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 Re: Decal placement in reply to Randy, 08-20-1999 09:04:17  
Randy, Here is a rundown. I would suggest you get a copy of the book "Farmall F-series Photo archive". This book is only of original photos from the IH archives when the tractors were new.
It can be very helpful for other things. It is easier to type this all in than to try to scan a buch of photos and E-mail them.ALL reference to Right and Left are as you are sitting on the seat.
1. I assume you know where the FARMALL and F-20 decals go on the gas tank and rear axle housing.
2.Dissengage clutch before shifting pulley lever
goes on the back of the gas tank.
3. stop pto before dismounting goes below #2 above
4.always close both needle valves goes on the left side of the gas tank below the FARMALL decal
centered front to rear.
5.gasoline (if you have it) goes on the filler neck of the rear tank just below the cap
6.The purolator goes on the oil filter housing.
not on the air cleaner.
7.Do not attemped to pull when drawbar is removed goes on the differential cover centered top to bottom and side to side.
8.When operating on distillate or kerosene , drain oil etc. goes on the right side of the vavle cover. toward the front.The back edge should line up with the spark control rod that
runs down to the mag.
9. oil level goes on the air cleaner-NOT ON THE OIL PAN. Only use this if you air cleaner cup does not already have oil level embossed into the metal. if it does not, the decal goes just below the rib in the cup. 10. if you have an air cleaner instructions decal it goes on the upper half of the air cleaner body.
11. Patents if you have it I'm not sure where it goes. I have seen them on the tool box and also on the back of the fuel tank.
That's all that's in the set I have for mine.
You're lucky it's raining here today, otherwise I would be out working on my F-20 instead of on the computer.

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The Red

08-20-1999 09:17:13




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 Re: Decal placement in reply to Randy, 08-20-1999 09:04:17  
Randy punch below



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