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:WRS:       Looks like a good complete :wh:, Take lots of pictures as you take it apart, they will be valuable when you go to put it back together. Looking forward to seeing it at the "Big Show" and meeting you.    :text-coolphotos:

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:WRS: Looks like a nice straight tractor.  Keep us up to date with the resto.

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I,ve got a 68 Electro I,m going to do cool tractors. Got mine out of a bone yard but is complete. Good luck Tim

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BHunter  Looks good. Needs a good cleaning to see where you are at = leaks. Polish up those moons. Enjoy the project.

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Pulled motor, power washed, drained ATF fluid and sanded frame. 

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Woah.... steady down there Bhunter, :text-welcomeconfetti: to RS, could l ask what model you have there, and are you going with AFT or hydraulic oil in the trans.  :)

Looks like your off to a flying start.  :handgestures-thumbupright:

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2 hours ago, farmer said:

Woah.... steady down there Bhunter, :text-welcomeconfetti: to RS, could l ask what model you have there, and are you going with AFT or hydraulic oil in the trans.  :)

Looks like your off to a flying start.  :handgestures-thumbupright:

He has an Electro, first post was yesterday;

 

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12 hours ago, gwest_ca said:

If you have not noticed the ID plate is below the dash in the 2nd photo.

 

Garry

Thanks. I did notice. 

11 hours ago, Retierd Wrencher said:

BHunter  Looks good. Needs a good cleaning to see where you are at = leaks. Polish up those moons. Enjoy the project.

Thanks. I do enjoy this project. The moons are pretty rusted. The chrome is off in some spots

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Ignore me sorry, didn't see the first post. :unsure:

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7 hours ago, farmer said:

Woah.... steady down there Bhunter, :text-welcomeconfetti: to RS, could l ask what model you have there, and are you going with AFT or hydraulic oil in the trans.  :)

Looks like your off to a flying start.  :handgestures-thumbupright:

It is the 1969 electro 12. Model # 1-7245. Im going to put Wolf's head universal synthetic atf back in it. I use it in everything. Good stuff.  

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 :text-welcomeconfetti:TO :rs: Nice Tractor

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12 hours ago, BHunter said:

Thanks. I did notice. 

Thanks. I do enjoy this project. The moons are pretty rusted. The chrome is off in some spots

 OHHH   :WRS:     That is ok just lightly polish them. I have had a few this way still shine a little after.

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:woohoo:       Shiny RED paint, looks good!      :text-coolphotos:

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Brand new hoses and fittings. Hoping I can get it finished in time for the big show.

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Brand new hoses and fittings. Hoping I can get it finished in time for the big show.

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Turtle wax polish works well. 

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Very nice, one of my favorite tractors. Just by looking at your shop I can tell you'll get it done....

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