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Ferguson 20 draft gasket

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Massey3518

06-09-2021 15:11:05




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Hi, I'm renewing the draft control on a. Ferguson tef 20 that was totally seized and parts badly rusted. There was no gasket originally it seems on the triangle plate that bolts to the lift head. (arrow in pic)

I'm thinking of putting one in, it would have no ill effect on the system I'm sure?
Also on the setting of the draft and lift is there anything specific or is it a trial and error.

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Charles in Aus.

06-12-2021 21:27:23




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 Re: Ferguson 20 draft gasket in reply to Massey3518, 06-09-2021 15:11:05  
Grease the felt really well , work the grease into the fibres with your fingers and make sure it's completely saturated , a better chance of it repelling water for longer . Certainly an area where design was faulty .



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Charles in Aus.

06-12-2021 02:14:14




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 Re: Ferguson 20 draft gasket in reply to Massey3518, 06-09-2021 15:11:05  
Misunderstood , thought you meant the draft control lever . :oops:



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Charles in Aus.

06-12-2021 02:11:51




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 Re: Ferguson 20 draft gasket in reply to Massey3518, 06-09-2021 15:11:05  
Cut one from a cereal box , there is no oil pressure behind it which is why it rusts up so much . The UK built ones rely on an occasional spray from the oil pressure relief valve for lubrication . The only real purpose of the gasket is to keep water out .



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Massey3518

06-12-2021 12:19:23




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 Re: Ferguson 20 draft gasket in reply to Charles in Aus., 06-12-2021 02:11:51  
No problem, yes to keep the rain and out is why I added it. Just had the felt washer around the plunger guide which wasn't great.



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