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Sediment in your fuel tank? - Antique Tractor Blog

Sediment in your fuel tank? - Antique Tractor Blog


…tank without removing the tank. First pull the tank and put something inside it to help loosen the rust, etc. Some people use a piece of chain, or bolts to loosen it. Then clean the tank out with a mild acid to etch the tank so you can pour a tank liner in it to seal up the rust and pits. If you…
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1948 Farmall Cub Family Project - Antique Tractor Blog

1948 Farmall Cub Family Project - Antique Tractor Blog


…were rusted through in some areas and the front screen was in bad shape. I started taking it apart and replacing parts I knew needed replacing (wiring, rims),  and parts that caught me by surprise (radiator).   I got most of the parts I needed from Steiner. I had it sandblasted  to remove the paint…
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Tips on Tractor Carb Rebuilding - Antique Tractor Blog

Tips on Tractor Carb Rebuilding - Antique Tractor Blog


…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 to soak it, or if it is really corroded use a sand blast cabinet to blast the rust etc.…
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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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1943 Allis Chalmers HD-14 Restoration - Antique Tractor Blog

1943 Allis Chalmers HD-14 Restoration - Antique Tractor Blog


…since the three of us lived at least a hundred miles from where it was parked. My friends, Steve, Randy and I were excited about bringing the old rust bucket to life. Steve suggested we get a swimming pool filled with WD40 but this was not a serious idea. My uncle owned a large property in the…
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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


…of a bearing or shaft.   Gear Puller: We have a nice set that is 3-jaw or 2-jaw. This 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…
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The Details Make the Difference: JD Hood and Grille Fasteners - Antique Tractor Blog

The Details Make the Difference: JD Hood and Grille Fasteners - Antique Tractor Blog


…of this style as Dzus fasteners. These fasteners are special because they lock in place securely and quickly. This allows tractor hoods to be removed and replaced with a just a quarter-turn for each fastener  significantly faster than bolts. They are also more secure than a threaded bolt,…
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