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How do I test a fuel gauge? - Antique Tractor Blog

How do I test a fuel gauge? - Antique Tractor Blog


…* Home * Jr.'s Corner * How do I test a fuel gauge? How do I test a fuel gauge? 06/10/2008Written by Suzette Thomas 2 Comments Simply hook positive test lead to one side and negative test lead to the other, if the gauge needle moves it is good. Sometimes if a fuel gauge isnt working it can…

How do I polarize a generator? - Antique Tractor Blog

How do I polarize a generator? - Antique Tractor Blog


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

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


…Rachel * How to Get Started in Stock Antique Tractor Pulling How to Get Started in Stock Antique Tractor Pulling 02/23/2015Written by Rachel Gingell 3 Comments Spring is just around the corner, and with the thaw comes one of my favorite signs of spring: the start of pulling season. I grew up…
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Iowa State University - Project Update - Antique Tractor Blog

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…semester. Mainly because I think it is important to show you how far we are going into this tractor to make this a complete restoration. The tractor is mainly in pieces and our first batch of primer has been sprayed. Our next main task is the motor. We were going to try to do the minimal engine work…

Cooling Parts Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Cooling Parts Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


I went on was the Tractor Relay Across Nebraska. It was 9 days and somewhere between 400-500 miles long. Steiner was a sponsor for part of the ride and I thank you for that sponsorship. We also raise money for Operation Comfort Warriors along our trip and that is something the relay has been doing

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

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


…and Savings Spring Forward! 9 Comments * Jason DuFour 03/09/2015 - 13:09 Hello, I love your videos and how toos!! Keep up the great work!! I take tractors apart on a regular basis (selling used parts). So I use pry bars a lot. And good punch and chisel set. Dont forget safety glasses…
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