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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 08/18/2016Written by Suzette Thomas 3 Comments 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…

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…

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…

Ford 860 from Father to Son - Antique Tractor Blog

Ford 860 from Father to Son - Antique Tractor Blog


…the spring of 2014 when I arranged for a body shop to paint the hood, new fenders, new front wheels, and rear wheels. I purchased new rear rims and had new tires mounted to the rims and newly painted front wheels. With the tractor mobile, I pulled it up onto a trailer and hauled it to a body shop…
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Drove into Mount Rushmore to be displayed with pride

Drove into Mount Rushmore to be displayed with pride


…Franz tractor dealership in Tomah Wisconsin. It then became the only tractor for many years at Brookside Dairy Farm near Sparta, Wisconsin. In the Winter of 1966-67 we did not notice there was no oil pressure, from a frozen oil pump while sawing firewood. We locked up the engine. Dad and my brother…

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…

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…

Rachel Gingell, Author at Antique Tractor Blog

Rachel Gingell, Author at 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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Tractor Pulls Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Tractor Pulls Archives - 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…

Wrenching with Rachel Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

Wrenching with Rachel Archives - 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…

John Deere Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

John Deere Archives - Antique Tractor Blog


…Franz tractor dealership in Tomah Wisconsin. It then became the only tractor for many years at Brookside Dairy Farm near Sparta, Wisconsin. In the Winter of 1966-67 we did not notice there was no oil pressure, from a frozen oil pump while sawing firewood. We locked up the engine. Dad and my brother…

Antique Tractor to Roadster - Antique Tractor Blog

Antique Tractor to Roadster - Antique Tractor Blog


…Stories * Tractor Photos * Antique Tractor to Roadster Antique Tractor to Roadster 07/14/2017Written by Suzette Thomas Leave a Comment 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…

Why We Love the Farmall H - Antique Tractor Blog

Why We Love the Farmall H - Antique Tractor Blog


…them in a shed,I now have about 6or 7 Hs Reply * Mikel Hofer 07/04/2015 - 07:11 The second picture is actually MY H! A 1943 completely overhauled front to back by myself, my father, and my grandfather. It gets used for towing aircraft and some farm tasks here in South Dakota. Good blog! Reply *…


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