I had to remove the gas tank last year so I too had to take the hood off and the side panels as well. I'm glad I had someone there to help me lift it off. Still, I bent the flanges a bit. Luckily, they bend back easily. After removing it I rested it upright on a sawhorse so as not to put stress on the flanges/screws. And that is a mighty fine lookin' piece of work you have there. Or did you just lift the picture from somebody's web site?
Today's Featured Article - Two-Brush Generators - by Chris Pratt. Whether for product liability or because the aftermarket parts and labor business is lucrative, this concept is disturbingly prevalent. Fortunately when you step into your shop and make that jump 50 years back in time to work with your old tractor, this concept goes out the window. Even so, when it comes to the charging system, people quickly revert to this idea and start replacing the major components one at a time until it works. The reason you don't find any decals in your replacement set wit
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Needing good 70 series fenders. No rust or dents preferred.
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