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How to Remove a Steering Wheel - Antique Tractor Blog

How to Remove a Steering Wheel - Antique Tractor Blog


…Jr.'s Corner steering wheel remove tractor blog restore antique restoration tractor What weight oil should I use in my gas tractor engine? How do I switch from positive to negative ground? 1 Comment * TT 08/03/2010 - 21:25 The following proceedure is often easier and always safer than using heat.…
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Electrical Parts Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Electrical Parts Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…Glow plugs, john deere, oem Switches for your International Tractor 04/02/2015Written by Suzette Thomas Leave a Comment   Save money when replacing your defective switches with OEM original equipment switches. Our IHS3234 12-volt 4-position rotary light switch (86 & 88 series, Late 140,…
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Tips on Tractor Carb Rebuilding - Antique Tractor Blog

Tips on Tractor Carb Rebuilding - Antique Tractor Blog


…Good Luck! Jr Jr.'s Corner antique, carburetor, jets, nozzle, parts, repair, replacement, restoration, steiner, tractor Hot off the Truck! Ignition Switch w/ 2 keys (stainless steel jam nut) How to Install a Shift Lever / Gear Shift Boot 2 Comments * myron taylor 03/05/2017 - 19:33 Im not a…
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Wrenching with Rachel Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Wrenching with Rachel Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…front end and replace it with a narrow front. Remove the 2 point hitch and use just the draw bar. With all the weight you save by making these switches, you can have fun with the engine. Id start with a 301 combine engine (non-sleeved). Put in some 806 pop-up pistons with domes. Theyll…

Rachel Gingell, Author at Antique Tractor Blog

Rachel Gingell, Author at Antique Tractor Blog


…front end and replace it with a narrow front. Remove the 2 point hitch and use just the draw bar. With all the weight you save by making these switches, you can have fun with the engine. Id start with a 301 combine engine (non-sleeved). Put in some 806 pop-up pistons with domes. Theyll…

Magneto vs. Distributor - Antique Tractor Blog

Magneto vs. Distributor - Antique Tractor Blog


…distributor on a battery-powered system, which is a separate part of the tractor. So  should you switch from a magneto to a distributor, or a distributor to a magneto? Making a switch will most likely involve an entire re-wiring of your tractor. Its not overly difficult to do so, but…

Featured Tractor John Deere - Antique Tractor Blog

Featured Tractor John Deere - Antique Tractor Blog


…a Ford 800 series gasoline tractor or a MF 135 tractor. JD has new front tires and one new rear tire, new LP fuel converter,fuel solenoid, light switch and all new fuel lines. New power steering hose and top steering box bearings. paint is faded but good condition! Reply * John Hansen 12/08/2016 -…

Pro-Tips: Finishing Touches to Make Your Tractor Stand Out - Antique Tractor Blog

Pro-Tips: Finishing Touches to Make Your Tractor Stand Out - Antique Tractor Blog


…Tractor Shows, Tractor Trivia, Wrenching with Rachel antique tractor, new parts for old tractors, tractor restoration, Wrenching with Rachel Switches for your International Tractor Battle of the Bluegrass Heritage Pulling Series Results 3 Comments * Harry Hawkins 03/30/2015 - 21:23 Rachel, We…
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Tips for Starting a Tractor in Cold Weather - Antique Tractor Blog

Tips for Starting a Tractor in Cold Weather - Antique Tractor Blog


…systems and weak batteries. A 12V conversion can be very helpful. In old tractors that cannot tolerate multi-viscosity oil,( such as 10W-40), switching to a lighter weight for winter eases up the load on the starter and lets cold oil flow where its needed without building excessive pressures. Check…

Sediment in your fuel tank? - Antique Tractor Blog

Sediment in your fuel tank? - Antique Tractor Blog


…shop to pour the seal. JR Jr.'s Corner antique, fuel, parts, restoration, sediment, tank, tractor Should I leave my Tractor a 6 Volt System or Switch to a 12 Volt System? Choosing the Correct Battery for your Tractor No Comments Yet Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be…

How to Build a Champion Pulling Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

How to Build a Champion Pulling Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog


…front end and replace it with a narrow front. Remove the 2 point hitch and use just the draw bar. With all the weight you save by making these switches, you can have fun with the engine. Id start with a 301 combine engine (non-sleeved). Put in some 806 pop-up pistons with domes. Theyll…

Holiday Hours - Antique Tractor Blog

Holiday Hours - Antique Tractor Blog


…holiday, hours, parts, restoration, steiner, thanksgiving, tractor How do I take advantage of the Free T-Shirt offer from Steiner Tractor Parts? Switching from 6 to 12 Volt No Comments Yet Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email…

6 Volt to 12 Volt Conversion Help - Antique Tractor Blog

6 Volt to 12 Volt Conversion Help - Antique Tractor Blog


…tips about mounting the alternator. You may also find it useful when considering converting from 6 volt to 12 volt, to read our document about switching the polarity on your tractor from positive to negative ground. If you decide that conversion isn’t for you and you want to repair an existing…
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Ferguson TO-20 or Ford 9N? - Antique Tractor Blog

Ferguson TO-20 or Ford 9N? - Antique Tractor Blog


…it does on a TO-20. The dishpans on the rear wheels are also completely different. Origional 9N rear tires were 8×32, althought many were switched to 10-28 and TO-20 were 10×28. Also, a 9N was a 3 speed transmission, and the TO-20 a 4 speed The reason i know this is because still own great…

1948 Farmall Cub Family Project - Antique Tractor Blog

1948 Farmall Cub Family Project - Antique Tractor Blog


…Steiner. I had it sandblasted  to remove the paint and then primed.   I had the generator checked and re-wired.  I replaced the voltage regulator, switches, and coil. My wifes cousin painted it to match the Farmall red.  It took a little bit to get it started, but it did start without any…

FAQs about Rachel - Antique Tractor Blog

FAQs about Rachel - Antique Tractor Blog


…dark colored top like I usually do in the barn  but then the greasy parts didn’t show up on the dark colored background. Since then, I’ve switched to wearing a lighter colored top so that the viewers can see the greasy parts that I’m working with. My mother has some laundry tricks up her…
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