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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 2" wide webbing for fuel tanks & other sheet metal parts.* Can be glued or riveted* Black webbing* 2" wide* 0.050" thick* Sold in 3 foot lengths.

Product Number: ABC1827
Price: $5.60
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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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Quality Woven Fuel Tank Webbing, Mildew Resistant

…Massey Ferguson - Fits various models 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.

Product Number: ABC1823
Price: $4.95
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Fuel Tank Webbing, Black canvas

…Fits various models Fits John Deere - Fits various models; Replaces: R21736, R21736R Massey 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.

Product Number: ABC1656
Price: $5.25

A little history about antique tractor fuels - Antique Tractor Blog

…simply use gasoline. Some still use the starting tanks, but others bypass the starting tank on the tractor. Many of our customers that are new to restoration ask us about what “Distillate” means and why some tractors have “Starting tanks”. Here’s the short answer. Before chemists discovered…

Ford 860 from Father to Son - Antique Tractor Blog

…working the garden area, a small leak started in the front of the gasoline tank where a bracket is welded. Knowing I could have the tank repaired, but finding a new tank online, I chose to purchase a new tank. After the new tank is installed, I will clean and wax the gray parts and clean the chassis…

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Is your tractor a Cub, Cub LoBoy or model 154, 184, 185, learn the difference. - Antique Tractor Blog

…* Gearshift lever left of driver * Cast iron frame * Round front axle * Radiator bolts directly to front support casting (No lower tank) * Hydraulics under fuel tank * Foot platform offset to right side * ‘Rod’ style throttle linkage * Headlights attach to front radiator side plates…

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

…shorter and would not couple up, this would have been back in the late 1980’s and no internet to help find information but I was a subscriber to Gas Engine Magazine and after reading classified advertisements, wrote to a gentleman in Minnesota at Johnston Farm Equipment who specialized in old…

Cutout or Regulator - Antique Tractor Blog

…other side or under the regulator. * Cub mounts below the generator on governor housing, others mount on back of the light switch box or rear fuel tank support. * Also note that “from the factory” regulators were never mounted on the generator. * Other models’ regulators have 3 to…

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Straighten Up ;-) - Antique Tractor Blog

…neck and tabs with our ABC2672. Fitting most IH / Farmall, Massey Harris, John Deere and Oliver fuel tanks, this part is a duplicate of the factory IH service tool. Can not be used with tanks using baffled filler necks. Order yours today! Farmall / International, John Deere, Massey Harris /…

Early 1939 9N Ford Tractor Distinctions - Antique Tractor Blog

…a four-spoke steering wheel: Smooth rear axle hubs: Left and right brake pedals are interchangeable, the radius rods are I-beam type, and the fuel tank cover is snap-type (not hinged). Also in the picture you can see that the dash and steering housing are aluminum. Other distinctive features of the…

Father-daughter team customizes a pair of classic Ford tractors - Antique Tractor Blog

…along!” Dan explained. With the help of his father-in-law, a skilled machinist, Dan custom-made a pilot bearing to attach the clutch. While the gas tank was shrunk to accommodate the larger engine, the original fan and radiator remained intact. Exhaust comes straight off the engine – a real…

Ferguson Tractor Identification - Antique Tractor Blog

…Continental Z-134 Gas Engine TE20 – Built in England with Continental Z-120 Gas engine, 1946-48 TEA20 – Built in England with Standard Motors 80mm Gas Engine (-> SN: 172500), 1947-56, 85mm Gas engine (SN 172501->) TO20 – Built in Detroit with Continental Z-120 Gas Engine,…

8N the Beginning - Antique Tractor Blog

…Ford red and Ford light grey rattle cans to it. Put a small gas tank under hood and drove it up to my dads who had seen it on the trailer only hours before. It’s not a quality restoration but it will do in a rush. The picture without the tank on top of the hood is three and half hours later, minus…

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Muscle Up Your Classic Ford Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

…problem with these conversions. I recommend using a radiator from a 9N with a bigger tank on top, cutting two holes in it so that both water pumps from the flat head engine are operable. * Get creative with the gas tank. You can either make it smaller to fit under the hood, or put it somewhere else…

Last of the Line and Still Running - Antique Tractor Blog

…the B being one of the last 100 built. The B wasn’t running when I bought it but with a three position switch from Steiners and some gas tank cleaning she came to life. Gregory Wilkins Dale, Indiana Allis Chalmers, Tractor Photos, Tractor Stories Allis Chalmers D-21 with Front-Wheel-Assist…

5 Things Your Shop Needs - Antique Tractor Blog

…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, get a torch and learn how to gas weld. While gas welding isn’t as strong as a real weld, you can do…

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How to Remove a Steering Wheel - Antique Tractor Blog

…wheel and if you are lucky it will start to loosen.  If it doesn’t move you can use a torch (DO NOT — USE if it is close to your gas tank) heat the center hub up and tap the spoke of the steering wheel.  On other applications with covered spoke steering wheels sometimes the…

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