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87" Battery Cable

International / Farmall - Fits: Cub Loboy (up to SN: 18700), Farmall: Cub (up to SN: 224400); Replaces: 351956R91 * 2 gauge* approximately 87" long* Black PVC covering* soldered and heat sealed on the endsNOTE: Negative battery post to starter switch.

Product Number: IHS2936
Price: $55.50

How to Install a Shift Lever / Gear Shift Boot - Antique Tractor Blog

…/ gear shift boot would slip right on it would not serve the purpose. * Heat the shift boot up to make it flex, either in a pan of hot water, an electric heat gun or hair dryer. * When the boot is flexible from the heat put some sort of lubrication on the boot (white grease etc.) to make it slide…

New Parts Hot off the Truck Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

…which improved octane ratings. As a result the early boxy Farmall M manifold which was designed to allow the exhaust gas to heat the intake manifold by means of a heat exchange was largely eliminated. Steiner is pleased to be the only company that offers the late style Farmall M gas manifold…

How to Remove a Steering Wheel - Antique Tractor Blog

…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 center hub…

Quality is in the details - Antique Tractor Blog

…which improved octane ratings. As a result the early boxy Farmall M manifold which was designed to allow the exhaust gas to heat the intake manifold by means of a heat exchange was largely eliminated. Steiner is pleased to be the only company that offers the late style Farmall M gas manifold…

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Cooling Parts Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

…which improved octane ratings. As a result the early boxy Farmall M manifold which was designed to allow the exhaust gas to heat the intake manifold by means of a heat exchange was largely eliminated. Steiner is pleased to be the only company that offers the late style Farmall M gas manifold…

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Engine Parts Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

…which improved octane ratings. As a result the early boxy Farmall M manifold which was designed to allow the exhaust gas to heat the intake manifold by means of a heat exchange was largely eliminated. Steiner is pleased to be the only company that offers the late style Farmall M gas manifold…

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

…a shoe. If you’ve never used one before, pick one up before your next brake job – it will be a real help!   Torch: When a bolt is rusted on, heat is often the only way to get it loose. Just be sure to follow proper safety precautions and get a thick pair of leather gloves.   Short Wrenches:…

Cracked or Missing - Antique Tractor Blog

…the Truck * Cracked or Missing Cracked or Missing 10/10/2013Written by Suzette Thomas Leave a Comment Replace your cracked or missing Ford muffler heat shield with our new replacement FDS2446. Made to fit NAA through 4000 4-cylinder gas, diesel (1953-64) this is an exact of an original and is powder…

USA Made Hardware - Antique Tractor Blog

…02/07/2014Written by Suzette Thomas Leave a Comment Replace the damaged, stretched or missing studs on your IH/Farmall tractor with our new 4340 heat treated studs. We also have the matching heavy hex nut for the cylinder head studs. The new USA made hardware gives you superior sealing for your…

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Tips on Tractor Carb Rebuilding - Antique Tractor Blog

…can be lost. * If the jets/nozzles are frozen in the body rinse the carburetor in water to remove any gas vapors then use a small torch to lightly heat up the old screws and plugs, then drip candle wax around the threads to help loosen them. * Clean the separate parts, you can use carburetor cleaner…

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Minneapolis-Moline G1000 Tractors - Antique Tractor Blog

…models sit higher than the standard G1000, providing extra visibility and dust protection. They also separate the driver a little bit more from the heat from the engine. A shifter on the side is also more comfortable for the driver. Vista models are neat, but when combined with the FWA option they…

Improve your visibility on the road or in the field - Antique Tractor Blog

…Draws less amps than the original light * Scratch resistant lens * Rated at 50,000 hours lifetime * Lamps have a heavy die cast body with integral heat sink fins * Provides a brighter, whiter light to enhance visibility and safety Allis Chalmers, Cockshutt, Electrical Parts, Farmall / International,…

IH McCormick Before and After - Antique Tractor Blog

…not vented. Reply * Lisa Warren 11/01/2017 - 17:16 Hi Peter! When these tractors were built, they were designed to work hard for a full day and the heat in the oil helped to remove the condensation. Unfortunately we don’t really have a good suggestion for keeping this from happening, however,…

Tractor Stories - Grandpa's Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

…I thought about giving her a face lift but before I could our barn burned. The tractor was in an attached shed and didn’t take the brunt of the heat but still ended up in pretty bad shape. Dad said if I didn’t want her I could let her go with the rest of metal when the remainder of the barn was…

Little Tractors - Antique Tractor Blog

…base for this project – the driveline is completely unaltered. The engine is a 3-cylinder 16 horsepower Mitshubishi. His machinist built the heat shield of stainless steel. These front suitcase weights are a great touch – they’re actually garden tractor weights! This tractor is fully…

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Tips for Wiring Your Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

…wire will last virtually forever. Each strand of copper is individually tin plated so that the green crud wont grow though it. Double Walled heat shrink tubing has an inner lining of hot melt glue, so when you shrink it, it seals thoroughly. Reply * Danny 12/12/2016 - 08:53 Absolutely beautiful!…

Extraordinary auction to take place in Lapeer Michigan - Antique Tractor Blog

…a 5,000-square-foot home with a five-car heated garage topped by a spacious 1,780-square-foot second-floor guest suite. There is also a 20-foot by 40-foot in-ground swimming pool, renovated two-story heated round-roof barn and several additional heated storage buildings. An additional 200-acres…

Install New Brakes on your Ford Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

…having trouble with is the large spring and she didnt show how she got that one so easy. The collars on those tractor are froze on and need to be heated and while hot throw water on them and they will break loose or crack and come free. That viedo make ir look way to easy. These tractor are old and…

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Why doesn’t Steiner Tractor Parts sell paint for restoration projects? - Antique Tractor Blog

…answer this question. The primary reason we do not sell paint is due to storage and shipping concerns. We have a very large warehouse and it is not heated beyond 52 degrees. This is a perfect temperature for working in, but not for storing paint. Also, it takes special licensing to store and ship…

Horsepower Myths - Antique Tractor Blog

…around 20,000 volts. This is more than enough spark to fire your cylinders (probably around 2 times more than you need). Excess voltage just turns to heat. I suppose that if your tractor’s inner workings had eroded to the point where the gap was larger, it would indeed take more voltage to jump the…

5 Winter Dangers for Mechanics - Antique Tractor Blog

…door open. Adjust your habits accordingly – either save the tasks that need ventilation for spring, or bundle up and throw open the door. * Heat. Kerosene heaters, wood stoves, and the like can all be a danger. Be careful of hot surfaces and of the open flame. Keep a fire extinguisher handy,…

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