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DOES ANYONE HAVE BLUEPRINTS OR DIAGRAMS I HAVE WELDER/SHOP AND EXPERIENCE, JUST WANT TO MAKE IT BUT DON T WANT TO RE-INVENT THE WHEEL SO TO SPEAK.

I have 3 of these wonderful Ford tractors - 1-9N w/5 finishing mower 4 brush hog could use painted but runs awesome , 1-8N w/new 6 finishing mower 5 brush hog could use painted but runs awesome and another 8N paint is nice w/6 King Kutter finishing mower. i am not an expert but learning very fast at great expense-i have two 1954 fordson major deisels one for parts one running has a loader would sell both or looking for more parts machines would like a complete running engine for my parts tractor to make it run--phone me 7 ontario canadafor sale F12 Studebacker engine on steel used for logging. 43808 on rubber, 2 mowers corn planters 2 other equipment Roadgrader, hayloader one single cell jail Warroad Mn. 218-296-1021.i am led to believe that i have a 1934-35ish crawler about half of it the frame gear box and track i plane to in stall a ford six cyl.

When the deal between Henry Ford and Harry Ferguson fell apart, Harry designed this new model, the TE-20, which was built by the Standard Motor Company in Coventry, England.

Between 19, approxmiately 517,651 of these tractors had been built. It has the ford flat head 226 engine, with the cast Iron pan, not the I beam type Engine runs very well, and the trans and hydro function as they should.

I filed both sides and center area down until I was at the steel cable.

I no longer have use for anymore, and I m looking to sell it.

I would appreciate any information anyone might have.

I would like to re-acquire the tractor if I can find it.

I have owned for the last 15 years used for bush hogging,grading runs like a top 10 years ago i rebuilt engine and replaced sleeves, pistons, bearings.

I may have put 150 hrs since then It will be for sale when completed.great for a collector 850-324-0934I WANT TO PUT A 53 MERC FLAT HEAD 8CYL INTO A 52 8N FORD.

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