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Pro-Tips: Finishing Touches to Make Your Tractor Stand Out - Antique Tractor Blog

Pro-Tips: Finishing Touches to Make Your Tractor Stand Out - Antique Tractor Blog


…restored  with the decals handed to us in the package! It can be a little nerve-wracking to apply decals, but it’s actually very easy to do. Don’t let fear of messing up a perfect paint job keep you from finishing. Here’s my video how-to for decal installation. * Stainless Steel Muffler:…
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“Henry” the 1953 Ford Golden Jubilee - Antique Tractor Blog

“Henry” the 1953 Ford Golden Jubilee - Antique Tractor Blog


…filler, grey paint and decals. New gauges installed and hooked up, dash completed on Henry. Prep and paint rear wheels this weekend weather permitting! Wheels are done! All the wheels are now properly installed Radiator is temporarily secured until sheet metal installation Axle Brackets for…

Chassis Parts Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Chassis Parts Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…time saving advice when installing the clutch. The Cubs are tricky as they were not equipped with a tube for the throw out bearing to slide on like most tractors. Watch as Rachel and her Mom install our own IHS645 clutch kit and take you step by step through the installation and clutch adjustment.…
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How to Replace the Rim on your Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

How to Replace the Rim on your Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog


…video demonstrating the installation of a rim and a tube using tractor supplies you may have around your shop. In this newest series of tractor repair videos offered exclusively online at SteinerTractor.TV Rachel Gingell shows you helpful tips when removing and installing both a rim and tube. She…
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Farmall Super H-TA Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

Farmall Super H-TA Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog


decals and expert mechanical work  Farmall never made a Super H-TA. Chris didn’t let that stop him, though! To create this custom machine, Chris started with a 1954 Stage II Super H Farmall. He replaced the H rear end with one from a Farmall 300. He completely rebuilt the engine and installed

John Deere Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

John Deere Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…fathers foot put in it April 19th 1947 during a big roll over. The tractor is running on many of Steiner parts, performs perfect, and your decal looks great! I was ushered in to Mount Rushmore and parked in the front of the entrance. What a day, what a trip! I met so many wonderful folks on…

1938 John Deere AR - Making two out of one - Antique Tractor Blog

1938 John Deere AR - Making two out of one - Antique Tractor Blog


…Deeres. I got a detailed letter back telling me I needed an Edison Splitdorf CD magneto which he had in stock, It was duely purchased and installed with an impressive spark&can kick like a mule, ask my sisters former boyfriend who instead of closing the compression cock when it started,…

Tips for Wiring Your Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

Tips for Wiring Your Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog


…mechanic, hes also a licensed electrician. Winning combo!). Here are some of our best tips for tractor electrical work: 1. When youre installing a new harness, no need to start from scratch: firmly tape the new wires to the old wires, and pull through the loom. Voila! No need to thread…


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