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Re: restoration of an NAA

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06-06-2001 04:51:56

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For a resto, I would get the new tank. Rebuild the carb, all the gunk is in the carb to. Check all fluids and get it running then you know what to fix.

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06-06-2001 13:51:27

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 Re: Re: restoration of an NAA in reply to tomL, 06-06-2001 04:51:56  
Thanks for the advice. I believe that is what I will do.

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06-06-2001 15:58:06

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 Re: Re: Re: restoration of an NAA in reply to paul, 06-06-2001 13:51:27  
I'd get a good used tank. The BIG question is, will it turn over, or is the engine set up?

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06-06-2001 17:26:35

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: restoration of an NAA in reply to RICKWI, 06-06-2001 15:58:06  
Thanks for the reply. Can you give me some advice on where to get a good used gas tank? As to the engine being set up. I don't know. I guess I will have to deal with that issue when I get to it. Do you have any advice on what I can do now to check on that problem and if there is anything that can be done now to make it easier later on. I don't know how to manually turn the engine. I don't have a hand crank and I am not sure if I should get a battery and try that method. What do you think?

thanks Paul

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06-06-2001 20:42:19

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: restoration of an NAA in reply to paul, 06-06-2001 17:26:35  
Hello, A simple way to see if it will turn over. Jack up one rear wheel put it in high gear then try to rotate the wheel. I don't know how much oil you put in the spark plug hole so you might want to remove the spark plugs before trying.

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06-06-2001 20:50:54

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: restoration of an NAA in reply to Mark K., 06-06-2001 20:42:19  
to Mark:
Thanks for the tip. I'll try tuning the back wheel.

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ryans naa in bc

06-06-2001 20:58:59

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: restoration of an NAA in reply to Paul, 06-06-2001 20:50:54  
well well well. im not the only nut restoring an naa. im addicted now. but anyway, dont forget to check the oil, make sure it has some. as for a fuel tank, i had the same problem, only mine was rust free. i got lucky and found a good one that didnt need a cleaning. i have a spare now, but needs to be cleaned out. my goal is to try to get it to fire this weekend... all the best to ya! let me know if u have any questions

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06-06-2001 23:13:05

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: restoration of an NAA in reply to ryans naa in bc, 06-06-2001 20:58:59  
Ryan naa in bc;
At this point I don't know enough to ask a lot of questions. About your old gas tank. It can be sand blasted out and then taken to a radiator shop and have a quart container of coating put in which will coat the inside. I don't know what the product is but I can find out if you are interested. According to my radiator shop it will work just fine. This should give you something to sell or keep as a spare. Personally I think that my tank is in to bad of shape to mess with this process. The overall cost will not make it worthwhile for me to do it. The blasting and repair of the old rust holes and the coating will cost about $150.00. I can buy one for $262.00. The difference will not include my scraping and cleaning.

This tractor hasn't been run in twenty years, has been out in the ellements and was not taken care of. So, I don't know what is in store for me. I will get the Carb rebuilt and replace the wiring harness. I am sure there are other things that will have to be done but, my tractor is parked under a big oak tree, so I have a duel problem. I must look constantly over my shoulder for those squirrels.
Keep me posted on your progress, maybe we can be of help to each other. lol Paul in NC

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06-08-2001 17:19:33

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: restoration of an NAA in reply to Dean Butler, 06-08-2001 12:33:02  
Hi Dean; I know what you mean about not getting the money out your tractor. I was lucky, mine was a gift from my father-in-law. He told me, though, that I was not to sell the tractor, but that I should keep it in the family. If your boy and his child, someday, begin tinkering with that ole tractor of yours--years from now; and he thinks back to this day and time, price won't be a concern. It might just then be a bargain, after all. That's what I'm looking forward to. Maybe this tractor will be a keeper for you also.

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