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I am finally going back together with the H but i have no idea how the battery box goes on it like original. I have an originbal box and i have a home made tray, does the box sit on a tray that is offset on the torque tube. And does anyone have any close pictures of it so i can see what i am missing or what i have. thanks
 

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I can get some tomorrow and post them up later in the night. Gotta charge the battery on mine anyways
 

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Looking Great :D , but then, with what we've seen of your work before, we wouldn't expect any less. ;)
 

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Thanks for the compliments. I hope to have it all back together and running once more by Friday. I have the Susan G Komen parade Saturday. Reminds me I take a few pics of pinky with her new seat tonight and get then posted
 

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theres a tray that bolt to the tube on the left side of the tractor, then the bat box bolts to the tray and slides in and out to remove and install the bat
 

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Ok I have a piece of flat plate metal with four holes and a piece that is flat for the most of it then has a 90 bend it it towards one side . I just am not sure how all these pieces go together
 

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What I can rememeber, there should be a piece with 4 holes on one side, 2 on the other. The two holes mount to the tractor, and there should be 4 square headed bolts that the tracks on the bottom of the battery box slide on to move it out to gain access to the battery, and should be 2 bolts on the box itself to keep the box from sliding out when you dont want it to. Post a pic of the pieces you got.
 

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hit the cnh parts site.. I know it has exploded diagrams for ford, and I believe it will have the same for the old farmall line. this will likely give a basic idea of how that tin is assembled.
 

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John M said:
What I can rememeber, there should be a piece with 4 holes on one side, 2 on the other. The two holes mount to the tractor, and there should be 4 square headed bolts that the tracks on the bottom of the battery box slide on to move it out to gain access to the battery, and should be 2 bolts on the box itself to keep the box from sliding out when you dont want it to. Post a pic of the pieces you got.

its the other way around :lol: the 4 bolts go to the tube and the bat box slides on the 2 bolts. the box has slots to alow it to slide
 

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John M said:
What I can rememeber, there should be a piece with 4 holes on one side, 2 on the other. The two holes mount to the tractor, and there should be 4 square headed bolts that the tracks on the bottom of the battery box slide on to move it out to gain access to the battery, and should be 2 bolts on the box itself to keep the box from sliding out when you dont want it to. Post a pic of the pieces you got.

its the other way around :lol: the 4 bolts go to the tube and the bat box slides on the 2 bolts. the box has slots to alow it to slide

Ive confussed myself I guess. I went to the Case IH website and looked it up. Thats probably the easies way to explain it.
 

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Don't worry guys! I didn't forget, will hopefully have a few tonight. Got busy chopping the last cut for the cows.
 

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I took the plates and like a jig saw puzzle figured it out thanks, got it almost completely back together.
 

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Got it back together and got it fired up but wouldn't stay running, the carb is varnished up so I got it apart as gonna have it all back together today but have a question I have a big gap between the hood and the grill what way to close that gap? The grill is all the way against the bolster at the bottom edge,



 

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Fixed the gap issue the breather was mounted at an angle not allowing the hood to be slid forward. Took her out on her maiden voyage after the restoration and she is smooth as glass. No tranny whine and shifts just as smooth.


Just to stir the John Deere guys up.
 
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