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5 Things Your Shop Needs - Antique Tractor Blog

5 Things Your Shop Needs - Antique Tractor Blog


…boxes are easy to come by. * Torch. A basic torch makes so many shop jobs possible. My dad and I even have 2 tanks of oxygen (one in use, one full and ready for when we run out). If you’re just getting started and have to choose between a torch and a welder, get a torch and learn how to gas weld.…

How to Remove a Steering Wheel - Antique Tractor Blog

How to Remove a Steering Wheel - Antique Tractor Blog


…shaft goes thru.  Tap the spoke of the steering wheel and if you are lucky it will start to loosen.  If it doesnt 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…
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Tips on Tractor Carb Rebuilding - Antique Tractor Blog

Tips on Tractor Carb Rebuilding - Antique Tractor Blog


…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 the old screws and plugs, then drip candle wax around the threads to help loosen them. * Clean the separate parts, you can use…

Ford 8N & Wagon Restoration - Antique Tractor Blog

Ford 8N & Wagon Restoration - Antique Tractor Blog


…farm where the old wagon had been used to haul irrigation pipe. After pumping up the tires (yes they took air) We hauled it home and with a cutting torch stripped it down so a new frame could be made to receive wooden rails and benches. We built a nice step on the back and seats to haul 15 people.…
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Is your tractor a Cub, Cub LoBoy or model 154, 184, 185, learn the difference. - Antique Tractor Blog

Is your tractor a Cub, Cub LoBoy or model 154, 184, 185, learn the difference. - Antique Tractor Blog


…but would like a parts manual. Right now the steer nut below the cap does not even look like a not, now I was a Illinois farm boy and I have a torch so i can get it off but as I get older I am trying for more patients :o)) Reply * Sue 03/21/2017 - 19:37 Hello all.. Im wanting to find out…
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Silver King Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

Silver King Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog


…a new Silver King model 42 that grandpa never sold, it had factory 3-pt-hitch, hydraulics and wide front. We used it in our salvage yard hauling torches and tools out to the field to take off tractor parts for customers. Eventually grandpa had a customer needing a F162 continental engine and he sold…

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


…when getting a spring over 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…
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