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Evener Bar Upper Link Knuckle

Fits John Deere - [ A, B, G, 50, 60, 70 (With factor three point hitches (JD 800, 801 series hitches)) ]; Replaces: P811A

Product Number: JDS1242
Price: $39.95

What's the Big Deal with the Allis Chalmers G? - Antique Tractor Blog

…What’s the Big Deal with the Allis Chalmers G? 07/20/2015Written by Rachel Gingell 28 Comments The Allis-Chalmers G is a real head-turner. Even people who aren’t “tractor people” notice these interesting machines. More than any other tractor in the AC line, the G has a huge fan club. One…

Seized Tractor Engine? Here's How You Can Get it Free - Antique Tractor Blog

…next day, remove the starter to expose the teeth on the flywheel. Place a large bar in the flywheel and gently rock back and forth to loosen. If this doesn’t work – or if you are uncomfortable with placing a pry bar in the flywheel – try putting the tractor in a high gear and rocking the…

How to Get Started in Stock Antique Tractor Pulling - Antique Tractor Blog

…so use the biggest tires allowed. If you are allowed 15.5×38, don’t show up with 13.6! Use the widest allowed rims, too. You want as much bar tread on the ground as possible. I’ve never won a pull with little tires. Select tires with deep treads which can really dig into the track. Firestone…

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…the day of the retirement party drew near, Brandon and his friend worked even harder to get the tractor done in time. To make things even more difficult, Brandon couldn’t let his Dad know why he was spending so many evenings in the shop. His plan required complete secrecy – and it was worth…

Wrenching with Rachel Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

…the day of the retirement party drew near, Brandon and his friend worked even harder to get the tractor done in time. To make things even more difficult, Brandon couldn’t let his Dad know why he was spending so many evenings in the shop. His plan required complete secrecy – and it was worth…

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The top Must-Have tools for working on antique tractors - Antique Tractor Blog

…By testing the temperature of each part of the manifold, you can determine which cylinder isn’t firing correctly – if the temperature is even throughout, all cylinders are firing. It’s an easy way to diagnose problems without needing to disassemble the engine.   Cordless Impact Wrench:…

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

…video how-to for decal installation. * Stainless Steel Muffler: No, it’s not a factory original… but a stainless muffler is my favorite. * Gauges: Even if the old gauge works properly, they often become faded or yellowed in the sun. A brand-new gauge can make all the difference, giving your dash a…

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