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Hi Everyone,
Am assisting a friend who is completing restoration of a Fordson Standard tractor.
Despite much effort, he has been unable to source a good fuel tank and set of brake drums for this model.
Have tried many web suppliers without success.
Most grateful for any help in resolving this problem.
Ivor.
 

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Hi JJ. In B.C.
Many thanks for the info re Mrs. Harris. Most helpful.
Do you have a user name or Tel. No. So that I can make contact?
As a new member, thank you also to 'stephenscity' for the warm greeting.
Ivor.
 

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Hi sound guy,
Thanks for your help.
Tried this site but it seems the Fordson Standard is too old a model.
Will try another tip I've been given and let you know.
Thanks again.
Ivor.
 

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Ivor said:
Hi JJ. In B.C.
Many thanks for the info re Mrs. Harris. Most helpful.
Do you have a user name or Tel. No. So that I can make contact?
As a new member, thank you also to 'stephenscity' for the warm greeting.
Ivor.
Mrs Harris is her user name, you can find one of her posts down on the Massey Ferguson/Massey Harris
board and e-mail her ;)
 

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JJ in B.C,
Thanks for that.
Should have realised that.
Will post her, and let you know.
Ivor.
 

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For JJ in BC.
Had a chat with Mrs Harris, who was very helpful.
Gave me a contact but wasn't too hopeful.
Will keep looking.
Thanks again for your help.
Ivor.
 

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If the ends of your fuel tank are not rusted, someone who is handy working with sheet metal may be able to make up a new tank, using the existing ends and fittings. Heard of this being done recently here in Queensland.

John
 
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