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    Hi, this is tractornutty, I am calling myself that because for years my father has rebuilt and sold,traded,swapped,gave away tractors. NOW HE IS 89 YEARS YOUNG, and no longer can he work on tractors, so i told him i would fix up some of his old tractors so he could sell them. He has two farmall c's, one farmall 300,farmall 400, big john deere propane, oliver, and a ford. I have restored one of the farmall c's that i think was a factory demonstrator because it was painted white first. I am now working on the 300 but am having a hard time finding bearings for the steering column. I might need some help in finding parts for some of these tractors.

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    U. P. of Michigan
    New Holland T1510

    Default Re: restoring tractors

    Hello and welcome to TBN

    There is a ton of useful info and friendly members here

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    Super Star Member Thomas's Avatar
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    Kubota L2800HST w/Frontloader & CC LTX1046

    Default Re: restoring tractors

    Welcome to TBN.
    You got some pics to share of yesterdays iron.

    You may better luck also posting Vintage what your seeking.

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