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How to Remove a Steering Wheel - Antique Tractor Blog

How to Remove a Steering Wheel - Antique Tractor Blog


How to Remove a Steering Wheel 06/08/2008 1 Comment Written by Suzette Thomas How to pull a steering wheel off on some tractors with exposed steering wheel spokes. Take the nut off, soak the center hub (with penetrating oil) where the steering shaft goes thru. Tap the spoke of the…
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How to Build a Champion Pulling Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

How to Build a Champion Pulling Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog


How to Build a Champion Pulling Tractor 12/19/2016 2 Comments Written by Rachel Gingell Did you know that with enough time, parts, and creativity any tractor can become a champion pulling tractor? My competitive side might make me regret sharing this information, but here are my favorite upgrades to
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How do I switch from positive to negative ground? - Antique Tractor Blog

How do I switch from positive to negative ground? - Antique Tractor Blog


…have to reverse the wires on it. How do I polarize a generator? Before starting the engine, momentarily touch one end of a piece of wire to regulator terminal marked 'arm' or 'gen' and the other end to terminal marked 'bat'. A spark will occur when wire is removed this…
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Seized Tractor Engine? Here's How You Can Get it Free - Antique Tractor Blog

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


…Heres How You Can Get it Free 01/18/2016 3 Comments Written by Rachel Gingell  It’s not uncommon for a tractor that has been sitting a while to become stuck. If your tractor’s engine is stuck from sitting, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to free the engine without resorting to an…
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Tips on Tractor Carb Rebuilding - Antique Tractor Blog

Tips on Tractor Carb Rebuilding - Antique Tractor Blog


…it. You may want to make notes or take pictures of how it came apart. * Be careful when taking the jets/nozzles out as they like to twist off and 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…
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Tutorials Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Tutorials Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…series of tractor repair videos offered exclusively online at SteinerTractor.TV Rachel takes you step by step to remove and install new […] Read More Leave a Comment How to Replace the Rim on your Tracto... 05/15/2015 Written by Suzette Thomas  Is the rim on your tractor corroded? Watch…
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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


…is essential for removing bearings or a steering wheel, taking the hub off of a water pump, pulley removal, and countless other jobs.   Die Grinder: I prefer an electric model over air powered. The electric version seems to have more power and runs a burr tip better.   How about you …
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How To Install A Water Pump - Antique Tractor Blog

How To Install A Water Pump - Antique Tractor Blog


…of the hoses. If cracked or damaged, replace the hoses. 4) Remove fan blade and pulley if possible. Take care not to damage the radiator. On some models, you must leave the fan assembled while the water pump is on the engine. 5) Remove the old water pump making note of any special length bolt…
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Tractor Repair ~ How To Video - Antique Tractor Blog

Tractor Repair ~ How To Video - Antique Tractor Blog


…Repair ~ How To Video 08/08/2014 Leave a Comment Written by Suzette Thomas Watch our newest Wrenching with Rachel tractor repair video offered exclusively online, Rachel Gingell will lead you through a piston style hydraulic pump rebuild on a Ford tractor. View how our exclusive…
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How To Tractor Repair Videos Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

How To Tractor Repair Videos Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…SteinerTractor.TV Rachel takes you step by step to remove and install new […] Read More Leave a Comment How to properly identify your carbure... 07/10/2015 Written by Suzette Thomas Are you planning a carburetor repair soon? Learn how to find the correct identification number on your…
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Why and How to Clean Your Shop - Antique Tractor Blog

Why and How to Clean Your Shop - Antique Tractor Blog


Why and How to Clean Your Shop 08/29/2016 1 Comment Written by Rachel Gingell When’s the last time you cleaned your shop? If the answer is “a long time ago” or “I can’t remember when,” then this is a great time of year to get things tidied up! Cleaning your shop regularly is important because: *…
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Throttle Speed Control - How To Video - Antique Tractor Blog

Throttle Speed Control - How To Video - Antique Tractor Blog


Throttle Speed Control  How To Video 12/05/2014 Leave a Comment Written by Suzette Thomas Watch as Tyler Buccheit shows you the steps to make your tractor run better. This video will take you thru removing and adjusting the throttle control lever and parts associated with this adjustment of…
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How to Replace the Rim on your Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

How to Replace the Rim on your Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog


How to Replace the Rim on your Tractor 05/15/2015 Leave a Comment Written by Suzette Thomas  Is the rim on your tractor corroded? Watch this free instructional video demonstrating the installation of a rim and a tube using tractor supplies you may have around your shop. In this newest series of…
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How do I polarize a generator? - Antique Tractor Blog

How do I polarize a generator? - Antique Tractor Blog


How do I polarize a generator? 06/11/2008 Leave a Comment Written by Suzette Thomas Before starting the engine, momentarily touch one end of a piece of wire to regulator terminal marked arm or gen and the other end to terminal marked bat. A spark will occur…

How do I replace the brakes on my Farmall H? - Antique Tractor Blog

How do I replace the brakes on my Farmall H? - Antique Tractor Blog


…In this newest series of tractor repair videos offered online at SteinerTractor.TV, Rachel takes you step by step to remove your brake cover and install many new brake components, including the seal. You will also learn how to properly adjust the brake pedal. Start watching today >>
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1953 Jubilee Has Some Stories to Tell - Antique Tractor Blog

1953 Jubilee Has Some Stories to Tell - Antique Tractor Blog


…it and tell him where to steer and when to stop. There was loader on the Jubilee so of course he would have to operate that as well and I could well imagine that there were  some “difference of opinions” on those excursions. Dad went on to use it for mowing and snow removal, and other chores as…
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