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hayhay5757

09-19-2022 08:37:49




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Have a to20 cracked block between 3&4 / tires less the 50 hr /stander bearing crank plastic gauge perfect / new radiator, gas tank, carb, clutch, elect. ignition & lots of other new parts Any intrest PM me




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hayhay5757

09-19-2022 13:57:30




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 Re: TO20 in reply to hayhay5757, 09-19-2022 08:37:49  
Not going bother with it have another one use for mowing has trif tirers on it / also just got a Kubota l3130 with loader /have dam near a grand i agg, tires rims & tubes on it just want sell it



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Tom H.

09-19-2022 12:44:37




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 Re: TO20 in reply to hayhay5757, 09-19-2022 08:37:49  
If you have an older Massey Ferguson shop near you, they may know how to pin (bolt) the block and close the crack. Happens more on the TO30.



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Bruce(OR)

09-19-2022 09:20:01




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 Re: TO20 in reply to hayhay5757, 09-19-2022 08:37:49  
So, either run some bolts through the block and pull it together or give Block Seal a try first. Is it mixing oil and water?



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