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Surprised there’s anything to mowcaught myself on camera yesterday mowing with the ‘42 allis-c. Completely forgot about my trail cam I have set up to capture deer that have been leaving tracks. (and wow-that footage showed not a few but a herd, no wonder that wet spot looks like a hog lot)
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N series is like a jeep or air-cooled VW, you can almost order one out of a catalog. The farther from those you go the worse they get until you get into NH era.Can you get any legacy support from New Holland for the old Ford tractors?
I guess that makes sense why they seem to go for cheap compared to other brands.
Kinda gets me excited to get the rotary hoe out this year.
Most non Ford use Delco parts for the electrical which is common. My A-C's use the ignition giblets my JD does, same as a 50's GM car, every parts store in town has them (and deere points are junk)You can order most parts through Steiner for mechanicals, my brother's ~'70 4000 had a bent pushrod and that was $12 and on the shelf... had the head redone at Napa for fairly cheap. Napa has most consumables, there's some support but it all depends on how beat to heck the subject is you're working on... as with most older tractors, JD and Kubota might have parts available but you're going to pay for it, if you're going to use an old POS to farm, best to have backup tractors no matter what...