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#1 Southern Ray OFFLINE  

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Posted July 27, 2014 - 07:26 PM

More information and pictures of my Ford.

 

It looks like it's fitted with a Jacobsen JAC390176CA.

 

My father in law picked it up a few years ago in pretty bad shape.

The mower deck was total.  He replaced the engine.

 

I inherited it and cleaned it up. Rebuilt the battery and tank mountings.

It runs good and I want to make it last.  It's sentimental with my wife.

 

I use it around the house, sometimes drag a tree limb to the back pasture.

I also want to drag a sled to clean out a drainage ditch.

 

I don't want to overload it which is why I asked the question earlier.

 

I want to change the transmission in-line filter and replenish the oil.

 

thanks,

 

Ray

 

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Posted July 28, 2014 - 04:39 AM

Nice tractor. I don't think you need worry about overloading that tractor by pulling stuff. You will be limited by traction in most cases. It has enough power in low range to spin the wheels without overloading anything. To really use all the power it has you need to add some weight to the wheels or back end.






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