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My brother has a McCormick Deering 10-20 that belonged to our Great Grandad. It is in pretty good shape mechanically. The engine can still be cranked over and the cylinders show very little wear. Grandad didn't really use it a lot after he got it. We want to get it running again so it can be restored. We're trying to find someone in northern Ohio who has some experience working on them and would know how get the engine going again. We live in north central Ohio. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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My Dad got one running. Tractor is still on the property (stored inside) and runs pretty good. We do not run it much due to small hole in manifold which we do not want to get bigger. As I recall the tractor was fairly easy to get running after it had been sitting for many years. May be able to help. Just depends what you need to know.
 
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