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1935 B Head Gasket

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nashranch

12-14-2020 17:59:58




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Today i rec'd my full gasket kit for the 35 B i'm working on. First thing i notice is it is the wrong head gasket. I bought this kit thru A&I Products in Rock Valley, Iowa. with a little research this kit i ordered is for a B with a serial number of 201,000 or later. No wonder it don't fit mine. My serial number is # 4458. They don't list the kit i need so where do i get what i need??

YT doesn't list the gaskets i need for this oldie but goodie.

Here is the link to the kit i got that is wrong

https://www.allpartsstore.com/ItemDetl.htm?ResultsList=201214290058604&CategorySeq=S&SelcBrand=JD&SelcMachn=TRACTOR&SelcModel=B&SelcSectn=E&SelcSubsc=E70&SearchItem=1&TextSearch=&ItemNumber=OGS190

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nashranch

12-21-2020 18:13:56




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-14-2020 17:59:58  
I ordered the correct head gasket and lead washers from Olsons gaskets in Port Orchard, WA. They shipped the parts on the 15th...still have not gotten them yet so i called Olsons today and the nice lady gave me a UPS tracking number so i ran the number on the UPS website. Come to find out the parts left their facility on the 15th and are in transit to Chelmsford, Maine on the East Coast.

Olsons is in Washington and I'm in Oregon, only approx 300 miles away. Now i get notifiacation from UPS that the delivery time has been rescheduled for December 30 . WTF is going on with UPS??

I am one ------ of Jose. Anybody else having problems with parts shipping like this?

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nashranch

12-15-2020 16:10:29




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-14-2020 17:59:58  
Not a bad idea jd39b. I was in touch with Pape Machinery here locally who is the John Deere dealer in this area. They said bring the part back in and they would call A & I and return them. So I did that and before I got home Pape called me back on home phone telling me they can't send em back because the packaging had been opened. So tomorrow I drive about an hour round trip to pick up my parts. Need I say more

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Jd39b

12-15-2020 17:00:03




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-15-2020 16:10:29  
I've driven hours to get parts before....part of the fun. Been in the pouring rain and cold to get the right pulley or choke rod from a junk machine too! I strongly recommend you get a parts and operating manual. It will help. On the days and nights that are too cold to install a manifold or break loose a wheel hub, you can pour your favorite beverage and relax and digest the changes from the 35 to 38 b or look up proper lubrication of the axle bearings.

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nashranch

12-15-2020 12:30:51




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-14-2020 17:59:58  
Here is a pic of the return email from A& I Products in Iowa



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nashranch

12-15-2020 12:23:49




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-14-2020 17:59:58  
I did order it thru the John Deere dealer here which is Pape Machinery. I ordered the wrong gasket set so am trying to return it and they say they have no record of it....WTF!!!

The parts came A & I products in Iowa so I email them and they say I have to contact Pape.....WTF again!!!

I'm not a happy camper at this point.



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Jd39b

12-15-2020 15:11:55




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-15-2020 12:23:49  
If you gave them the correct part number with the correct serial number I would take my receipt along with the gasket they incorrectly ordered and get your money back.

When ordering parts from a tractor made 85 years ago a parts book, and operators manual are required for working on the machine. It gives you all the correct info to adjust, lubricate and order the parts to keep it going. Asking questions and advice on the internet is great but sitting down and reading the instruction manual on a piece of old dangerous and inherently fun machine is a must.

If you ordered the incorrect part honestly it is on you no need to be upset at anyone but the guy in the mirror. You need to send it back the way they told you or buy a late styled B to put the gasket set on.

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Mark-IA

12-15-2020 11:56:58




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-14-2020 17:59:58  
So what was wrong with getting one from your John Deere dealer?



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nashranch

12-15-2020 09:35:27




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-14-2020 17:59:58  
Sharps was outta stock but i was able to order what i need thru Olsons gaskets



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Ken Loewenhagen

12-15-2020 04:21:18




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-14-2020 17:59:58  
olsonsgaskets.com



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Sam Vastano

12-15-2020 03:07:33




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-14-2020 17:59:58  
Sharps have them.



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jd39b

12-14-2020 18:55:38




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-14-2020 17:59:58  
As mentioned to you in your previous post the local Deere dealer is the place to get it. R520679 subs for B368R. Also order 9 lead washers B369R. You will need them. Also download a parts book for the B tractor. PC676 B Tractors Not Styled



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matthies

12-14-2020 18:31:49




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 Re: 1935 B Head Gasket in reply to nashranch, 12-14-2020 17:59:58  
Your local JD dealer.



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