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Quality Woven Fuel Tank Webbing, Mildew Resistant

…Massey Harris - Fits various models Minneapolis Moline - Fits various models Oliver - Fits various models * Fits: Tractors using 1" wide webbing for fuel tanks & other sheet metal parts, Can be glued or riveted.* 050" thick* Sold in 3 foot lengths. 1"wide. And .050" thick Sold in 3 foot lengths.

Product Number: ABC1823
Price: $4.95

Economy Fuel Tank Webbing

…Minneapolis Moline - Fits various models Oliver - Fits various models This will fit various tractor models using webbed insulation between fuel tank mounts and other sheet metal parts. The webbing can be glued or riveted.* sold in 3 foot increments* black woven nylon type material* measures 0.042"…

Product Number: ABC494
Price: $3.95
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Fuel Tank Webbing, Green canvas

…Harris - Fits various models Minneapolis Moline - Fits various models Oliver - Fits various models Fits: Tractors using 1-1/2" wide webbing for fuel tanks and other sheet metal parts. Can be glued or riveted. This fuel tank webbing is sold in 3 foot lengths that measure 1-1/2" wide and 0.050" thick.

Product Number: ABC1656
Price: $5.25
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Quality Woven Fuel Tank Webbing, Mildew Resistant

…various models Oliver - Fits various models * Fits tractors using 2" wide webbing for fuel tanks & other sheet metal parts.* Can be glued or riveted* 2" wide* Sold in 3 foot lengths.* Color and Thickness may vary. * Black webbing* 2" wide* Sold in 3 foot lengths.* Color and Thickness may vary.

Product Number: ABC1827
Price: $5.75
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A little history about antique tractor fuels - Antique Tractor Blog

fueled by alternative fuels. Farm tractors were often fueled by distillate fuel. These engines started on gasoline and switched over to and run on distillate after warming up. Nowadays, most of our customers simply use gasoline. Some still use the starting tanks, but others bypass the starting tank

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5 Things Your Shop Needs - Antique Tractor Blog

…these days small, affordable buzz boxes are easy to come by. * Torch. A basic torch makes so many shop jobs possible. My dad and I even have 2 tanks of oxygen (one in use, one full and ready for when we run out). If you’re just getting started and have to choose between a torch and a welder,…

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