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Allow me to introduce myself my name is Tim.
I come to you today hoping for answers to my puzzle.
I have caught this bug, the red bug from farmall. As a child I grew up on a farm in northern Indiana were my Grandfather had farmall tractors along with some odd balls. I learned to feed, care and run those tractors at a young age. Today I find myself with 5 of them all different sizes. I trend to lean toward the authentic side rather anything else.
I have a engine casting #367825r1 and s#66712 the sheve for the crank has a nut on it rather then the standard. I have tried different hand cranks but can't find the right one. I have photos, not sure best way to proceed. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Welcome to ATF! Posting pics of them along with your questions will be the best way to start. We like pics here.
 

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What model of tractor is that? Your pin may not be close enough to the end of.the shaft, and it looks like the shaft diameter may be too large.
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