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Tractor Snowplowing Tips - Antique Tractor Blog

Tractor Snowplowing Tips - Antique Tractor Blog


…with a front blade, but a rear blade can get the job done, too. Either way, pay attention to the angle of your blade. It’s often useful to angle to one side or the other while clearing large areas, and then straighten the blade to clean up and push snow into banks. Accessorize. Winter is a great…
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How to Build a Champion Pulling Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

How to Build a Champion Pulling Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog


…real powerhouse. First, lighten up the tractor. Replace the heavy-duty cast iron wheels with tin wheels. Get rid of the wide 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…
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1954 Allis Chalmers WD45 - Antique Tractor Blog

1954 Allis Chalmers WD45 - Antique Tractor Blog


…the 50’s and 60’s the tractor was changed out to either the standard wide front end axle or the narrow row crop front end, depending on the attachment requirement and the desired application in the field. During the winter of 2006/2007 with the help of Wray’s brothers, William, Herb and Roger the…
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Tractor Stories - International W450 - Antique Tractor Blog

Tractor Stories - International W450 - Antique Tractor Blog


…exhaust and left on the side to soak. By late fall early winter it was time to see if the W450 would turn over. It was hooked to a case 4 wheel drive and dragged around the yard. One way or another it was going to turn and it did. That winter in below 30 Celsius my dad and the mechanic rebuilt the…

12 Fun Things To Do with Your Antique Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

12 Fun Things To Do with Your Antique Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog


…weddings. This trend is really catching on – contact a local wedding planner to get started offering your services. 4. Park the tractor in the front yard and add a couple of scarecrows for cute Halloween tableau. You can decorate your tractor for Christmas, too. …
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1953 Ford Golden Jubilee - Antique Tractor Blog

1953 Ford Golden Jubilee - Antique Tractor Blog


…house, the one I’m living in now. I had just moved in and needed something to push snow with in the winter. I started looking through the ads and found a four wheeler with a blade attached to the front of it. When I saw it, I went to my dad to see what he thought about it. &.To find out what…

Look what some hard work did for this 1955 Ford 900 - Antique Tractor Blog

Look what some hard work did for this 1955 Ford 900 - Antique Tractor Blog


…what some hard work did for this 1955 Ford 900 08/18/2016 3 Comments Written by Suzette Thomas I bought this 1955 Ford 900 with a Ford loader last winter. I was told the tractor had been in that family for 40 years (and it looked like it)& so I set out to fix it up. With help from some friends…
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Tractor Stories - Ford - Antique Tractor Blog

Tractor Stories - Ford - Antique Tractor Blog


…ground, like original, Installed a new 6 volt coil and bought and installed a 12 volt to 6 volt resistor (from Steiners) front mount coil with a ballast resistor, rebuilt entire front mount distributor. Changed turf tires to field tires (use on rims at auction). Finally cleaned and sanded and fixed…
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Antique Tractor to Roadster - Antique Tractor Blog

Antique Tractor to Roadster - Antique Tractor Blog


Antique Tractor to Roadster 07/14/2017 Leave a Comment Written by Suzette Thomas This last winter, I bought a single pole magneto kill switch from you to use as a secondary way to shut down the engine in my roadster from the engine bay. You folks were also kind enough to send me your flamed…


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