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Old 03-20-2016, 04:39 PM   #16
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You guys know the lineage of ferguson,ford ferguson and the 8 and 9N tractors then. I went from 6 to 12 volt and use a Chevy alternator.Good old machine that takes gas. Dad had an orchard crawler. Oliver I think. Long time ago.
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Old 03-20-2016, 06:13 PM   #17
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I'm sticking with the '51 "M" and the '47 8N. That AC 5020 is a little Japanese rig with a Kabota or ? diesel. They're good little machines, but I don't know if they're too easy to get parts for. I have no idea how hard they are to work on, but probably not all that difficult. 44?

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This one has less than 2,000 hours on it

and the engine hasn't given me any problems

YET...

So far, for a forty year old machine, I can't say

that it has given me any more problems than

one would expect from normal wear and tear

There are several of these in the local junk-yards

and AC carrys parts...

I wish that it had Power Sterring and

was a new John Deere but it was $1200 and

I have put new tires, on it, but all kids

need shoes every now and then...
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Old 03-20-2016, 06:30 PM   #18
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This one has less than 2,000 hours on it

and the engine hasn't given me any problems

YET...

So far, for a forty year old machine, I can't say

that it has given me any more problems than

one would expect from normal wear and tear

There are several of these in the local junk-yards

and AC carrys parts...

I wish that it had Power Sterring and

was a new John Deere but it was $1200 and

I have put new tires, on it, but all kids

need shoes every now and then...
Yep, nothing wrong with it. It does what you want it to do and that's what counts.

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Yep, nothing wrong with it. It does what you want it to do and that's what counts.

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And was cheap......
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Old 03-21-2016, 10:46 AM   #20
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when the problem was the stupid security chip under the steering column had wiggled its way out.
THAT happened to me last winter. Little wire connector under the steering column cover. Just replaced the battery, but it needed it anyway.
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And was cheap......
Cheap can be real good...

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