Then dad comes along and cranks it and let it run until the valves froze in it. Did it harm the piston and rings or can I just take off the head and regrind the valves.
Everything else is still in good condition and I plan to restore and paint it again if the good Lord lets me live that long.
We don t know much about tractors, but am confused how Farmall and International Harvester is one and the same Any idea how we can find out its value Thank you in advance. If anyone has knowledge of this I would offer 500 and a good bbq sandwich. I am meccanical ingenier and i am workin till now as director for a big mattalurgical company.
I have a 1974 Farmall cub with plow, cultivator, disc, back blade and bushhog. The splines on the pto drive shaft are worn and this needs to be replaced. I have a Farmall A that has always been a workhorse. Th boy will regret he was ever a part of my family. I just purchased a 47 44-6 massey and a 101 senior both have a six cylinder contineals. But i love tractors because i cam by agricultur fammily.
The Town has been offered a donation of a 1939 or 1940 Farmall B which has been restored.
A full line of implements were offered specifically for the AC Model G. It has the ford flat head 226 engine, with the cast Iron pan, not the I beam type Engine runs very well, and the trans and hydro function as they should.
I have found a 1/16th model Farmall B but wondering if anyone has ever come across model attachments.
I am looking for a model 2 row corn planter and a 2 row cultivator.
We are new to this but after attending a few antique tractor pulls my husband and I fell in love so this is our new project. I was doing some metal detecting at a old homestead and found a badge of some sort. the one thing I cannot remember is what weightoil to use int the lower end of the injestion pump. at one time, my father cranked it every week or so and it purred real good.
My cousin, thought that it didn t have antifreeze and drained it one night without telling my dad.