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Well, it has started. Along with school and the 350 project, I found time to put this back together last weekend. Took me five hours to take it from a headless engine on wheels to this.


















And the youtube video to go along with it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3N2UHcn2Gg8

Thanks for the support guys!
 

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Yer makin' some good progress. Won't be long before you get to fire it up. ;)
 

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It's coming along nicely.
Just a suggestion,complete your assembly then give the tractor a good run for an hour or so to get it hot and to find any oil leaks or seeps than you can repair before the final coat.
 

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Very nice progress! I love watching these kind of projects as they come along :D
 

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its not going to get painted for awhile yet. I just put it back together because I bought the tractor in pieces. Gives me an idea of how everything goes together and lets me know if I'm missing anything so when I'm done and putting it together I don't have a surprise piece missing. This tractor was only disassembled, sand blasted and primered. No mechanical work has been done. This is where my work starts. It's going to get a complete bolt out restoration.
 
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