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Adding to the herd

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brian(MN)

05-11-2019 19:58:51




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I hauled this home today, a 1939 "R". Runs pretty good for an 80 year old tractor. Even has brakes!

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Jocco

05-12-2019 07:25:14




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 Re: Adding to the herd in reply to brian(MN), 05-11-2019 19:58:51  
Fun tractor you will enjoy it.



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brian(MN)

05-12-2019 05:13:53




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 Re: Adding to the herd in reply to brian(MN), 05-11-2019 19:58:51  
yes, a lot of work has been done with it. It had been sitting for years and the engine got stuck and tires rotted. Previous owner fixed all that, developed health problems and decided to thin his herd, and besides it was just down the road from me. Needs TLC. (Muffler,, air hose, wiring, has wrong seat, gas tank leak, gauges, fenders, small stuff.) I just want to get it to run good when I want to operate it . Now I have a mate to my 1939 RTS.

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molinegb

05-12-2019 05:36:24




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 Re: Adding to the herd in reply to brian(MN), 05-12-2019 05:13:53  
Any 39 or 40 I have or seen never had fenders.



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brian(MN)

05-12-2019 06:41:57




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 Re: Adding to the herd in reply to molinegb, 05-12-2019 05:36:24  
I will have to do some research, it was an option in later years, don't know for the first years. I have old "R" books (the small ones) , I"ll find them. My RTS has fenders, but the bracing looks homemade.



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molinegb

05-12-2019 17:36:33




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 Re: Adding to the herd in reply to brian(MN), 05-12-2019 06:41:57  
R's had at least three platforms. My 39 has a full one piece for cab. My 40 Rtn is also one piece but edges are curved. Later one have the 3 piece. Your 39 RTS is a tough one too find. Did it come from NE Ia?



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Howard H.

05-11-2019 22:32:29




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 Re: Adding to the herd in reply to brian(MN), 05-11-2019 19:58:51  

Looks good! Looks like someone has already done some work to it...

What are you going to have to do to have it like you want it?


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