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Re: JD B...Farming in 1938 in 1939.

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We had a 37B on the farm with A,h and we all ran fuel oil in them in the 70s. My dad then got a G about an 52 year and it did like the fuel oil. It had the all fuel manifold on it and we we would get in to the right heat range but the thing would pull a 3 bottom plow in 4 gear on gas bUT only pull it on the fuel oil in 2 or 1. Found out later in a rebuild that it had high compresin pistons in it and that why it didn't like the fuel. The others use to run good on the fuel when you warm th up to about 200 temp and they seem to run smother with the fuel oil. You could always tell on plow day my brother coming with the other B because even on how he was told on how to run the tractor on the fuel he would start the other b we had an switch it over before it warmed up and here he came it popping an smoking because he was to lazy to get back off the tractor and switch it over after it warmed up.There was on time he dI'd that and the tractor on the way out died on him so he just walk back to the house an watch tv. My dad ask me were he was an I told him that I seem him on his way here. The old man made two more rounds plowing and he was gone.?I could see that my brother when they both showed up was crying by his eyes and found out that the old man came in the house and kick his butt out all the way to the tractor lol. He only did that once. The 38 B that I have now I can not walk by it an not smile on all the things I use to do with it cut hay rake hay plow an even go on the silo blower an go get the cows. The only thing I can think of about this B is I how have a hard time getting on an off it lol. Guess I'll have my my grandson put then sreps on it like he wants to.

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