Thanks to ya'll's help, I've been able to make some good progress on this machine.
It's been slow going with only about 1 evening a week I can devote to teardown, but I was finally able to get the motor and fenders pulled last night. I'm sure my wife is starting to get annoyed with me when my answer to "What are you thinking about?" is more and more often, "Tractor things".
Outside of the manuals, it's been difficult finding info on old Toros. Seems they aren't as common as Wheel Horse, but after reading through most of the threads in this forum I got really excited to see a WH in someone's yard last week. Poor wife didn't appreciate me slamming on the brakes to rubberneck that one.
Attached a few pics of the current state of affairs. I'm planning to pull the dash and steering column, then put the steering column back on so I can push it outside for a pressure wash (Thanks to the wife for letting me buy one "for the house" ). Next will be flipping it over to tag and bag the drive train and running gear.
I used Fedex's online print shop to print out the tractor, engine, and trans manuals. Printed, collated, holed, and bindered all three for $70. Had to call back due to inaccuracies on first delivery, but final products were great. Having done this stuff myself in the past, I think the price was worth the reduced hassle of gathering supplies, hole punching, etc. Have to make it Black and White though, they charge way too much for color print. There is some dispute about shipping costs too. I didn't see anything on the website about separate shipping costs when I ordered, and we haven't gotten a clear answer if the bill was for the initial order or the second set. In either case their CS hasn't been too terrible (this time).
Edited by bobross419, June 02, 2017 - 06:03 AM.